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latao In every seotloM of Claofca-
mae County, with a population of
SO ,000i Ar yow an atfvertloorf e)
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VOfi. 1-No. 93
IS NOW IN HIDING
WARRANT OUT FOR Hit ARREST
ON CHARQI OF SPIRITING
BEE ASSISTANTS ON $10,000 BOND
m Victim Must Bo Found to Save
lei Angelee Times Ownir From
Pinalty of Hla Caro
leeeneeo. INMANAI'OUS. Ind.,' April 15.
(Special ) Detective Burns and hla
da arri'Hipd and aplrlted away from
tkli city J. J. McNamara, charged
vlthaaa deal ruction of tho Loo Ange
les Times building and tho death of
iom tnty people. Tho man and
thrir -!'" aro now said bo en
route If California,
A ounttir move waa begun today In
blrh three asalataata of Burns -were
irrtiK il and put under bond and a
warrant Jsimed for Hurna hlmeelf. Ton
thouiand dollar bonda woro roqulrod
fur earb of the men on tho conspiracy
To rlalm la made that Hurna and
kit mra gave tho accused no oppor-
tdolty (b show Innocence and no
chance to tight agalnat being taken out
of the Hint. If tola la true It la a
klfhbandcd measure thst ahould bo
ileo severe punishment, and It look a
t If th-r waa trouble for Hurna and
Tbr (IhIiii la made by union men
that It l a plot to get aomo victim
M faljfornla and punlah him for tho
crime ao that Otla may bo aaved from
proerrtitlon for carelessness about hla
IOURNE WANTS COMMITTEE.
WASHINGTON, April 25 -i-(ipooJaJJ
-Te ngbt between tho rogulara aad
awrienta In the Senate la to come to
I Vied today.' There are throata that
the committee! aro divided ao
anttig to membership there will bo a
toe of Inaurgenta and Democrats
mi a paring of the regulars. Bourne
nst appropriations committee In the
shuffle of the deck. '
BEAVERS WIN THE GAME.
PORTLAND, Or., April 25 (8po-
cUU The Heavers won agalnat Sac-
nmetito In the gamo Tueaday In a
rare nf 6 to 1. At that Portland made
tk Bve runa in a ralljf In The'eecohJ
E AGAIN OPEN
LEU THAN TWO DAYS NECES
SARY TO GET INTO SHAPE
The hrUlitn acrosa the Clackamaa
ri"r at Glndstono cloned Monday for
nttnilve repairs and waa opened at
it hvur Tuesday afternoon. Every
Mlble effort waa put forth to keep
Jtkd th TmWleaa abort ttmef
u poMlll and Uoad Master Jagger
nnlilcd to open It to traffic at
4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon.
r"m this on Jt will bo opened hourly
' traffic, a few mlnutea being given
o tfims and pedestrians, when " it
"' o cloned another hour for work.
" "V I I'inri milliner Hour lur WWI H.
Th- ... ...1 ...
f doing all possible to Inconvenience
plume as little aa la absolutely
JMry. with patngtaktng care It
thought the public- will bo given
" nnoysnco and yet tho bridge
"'H be pushed ahead to completion.
fcw Public Rad:
Ma Wanamakar, the world'a moat
Mnful merchant, taya that. If you
k,v I good thlngisnd don't let tho
Ne know It you might aa wall do
wlnM on a daert Island.
Tht's Why wo advertise, baoausa
poaltlvoly know that we carry tho
fprMntatlva LINES of MEN'S
YOUNG MEN'S wearlnPPral
to vicinity. fs not case of how
,h"P but how good.
TWftsn yaar of auoooaaful mer-
nailing ner( w,, bor gi out n
f1? 'Umtnta. Let
ua prove IL
Hat Like Other
t and Main SU.
QUARANTINE 'TWO COUNTIES.
Gov. Wei Ruts Ban on Lake
Klamath Count r.mtn.
SALKM. or., April 25,-On' recora
mendailoii of State Venterlnarlan w
If. Lytle and Dr. Calvin H.Whlte of
the Htala Hoard of Health, Governor
West yesterday Issjied quarantine
proclamation agalnat the removal of
reuio irom Lake and Klamath ooun
Ilea to other counties in th bii ....
leaa pronounced free from cattle scab
oy enner ua Btaia Veterinarian
tho Government Mock Inspector. Vet
erinarian Lytle Informa tho Governor
inai conditions in Uk and Klamath
counties are becotulna ata rililnr an1
unless aome restrictions are placed on
the ahlpmenta of cattle out of thoao
roiintiea. the disease will be apread
aiatewide. Dr. Calvin 8. White alao
warna the Governor that unleaa a our.
amino la placed on cattle Ih the two
counties, other fltatea will take quar
amine measures on Oregon atock,
which will mean a detriment to the
Itiduatry throughout the Btate,
CASE OF "PUPPY LOVE."
PITTHM'RU, Pa., April 25. (Spe
cial.) The faculty of the woman's
branch of the Carnegie technical
achool has fired one young woman out
of the college bacauae the faculty
aaya ah had a bad "case of "puppy
love." Hornet he faculty can know on
leaa Jhey have had It, and hating had
It why they aro not more sympa
thetic, deponent aalth not.
BANKS FULL OF MONEY.
WASHINGTON, April 25. (Special)
Hank reporta from all aectlnna Indi
cate that there la an enormoua piling
up of money In the banka the country
over. Some aecrlbe It to dull business
and others to the banka beginning
early to gather I he rash for crop
HENS WITH LAYING
LET THE HENS PAY OFF THE
FARM MORTGAGE -THE-AD-
!.. VICE GIVEN.
CORVALLIfl, Or.. April 25 The
convention of a flock of hena that bare
ly paya for the feed It eata Into one
which will lift the mortgage from the
home farm la largely a matter of the
elimination of the "star boarder," and
the conservation of, tho 200-egg-a-year
hena. Prof. Dryden of tho Oregon
Agricultural Collego haa made a apo
dal atudy of thla aubjoct and la a
Arm believer In tho trap-neat.
"To. discover the egg type of hen
we have got to use the trapnest, or
aome method of' keeping a record of
egga laid by Individual hena," he haa
aald. The trapnest la about the beat
thing we have discovered! In lhe pouL.
try bualneaa. Wo will make alow Im-
provement In breeding without an egg
record for each hen In the flock. The
objection to the trapnest la that It re
quires (oo much labor for the farmer.
That la true. Not many farmera can
givo il ine necessary time. I Deueve
that the State or experiment atatlon
ahould come to the rescue here. There
should be a breeding atatlon, or aov-
oral breeding atatlona. In every State
where farmera could aecure at noml
nal prlcea cockerela of good egg-lay
fcia oedigree to mate with their flocks,
It would not' take very long to furnish
every farmer with a male bird whoae
ancestry for two generations nad an
egg record of 150 egga a year or more,
We say It la the hen or vigor tnat
lava. We say without constitutional
vitality she will not lay. That la un
doubtedly true. A hen may have the
egg laying capacity, but without vigor
he won't produce egga. on tne oiner
eay havo-ior -wiuxoui
egg-laying capacity. She may have
constitutional vitality and lay Iqbs
than 20 egga a year." The point la that
bv aeleetlnc for vigor alone wo won't
make very rapid progress In breeding
up a atraln of layera. Wo have to ae
I eel for both vigor and egg capacity.
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The traonest enablea.ua to do thla.
i ne nen mm iuv r. i
good vitality, ao that a high egg record
la an Indication or nign vuamy. n
possible, of course, that the 200-egg
hen will not produce chlcka of good
vigor; It la more poaalble that her
egga may not be very fertile. That la
another question. It la poaalble that
very heavy laying may injure her
breeding qualltlea; that ia A debatable
point. But the fact remalna that the
hen that laya 150 egga or more a
year haa good vitality, and It la auch
hena that wo must depend upon to in
crcaae tho egg yield make poultry
keeping mora profitable. A high egft
record Indlcatea conatltutlonal vitality
stamina. Tho trapneat. therefore,
aelecta for vigor aa well aa egg-laying
"If each State would take hold of
thla in earneat, I believe that In a few
yeara It would add millloaa ol dollara
to the profiU of the poultry keeper,
and at the aamo time help aolve the
problem of the natlon'a food aupply.
Draws Down a Prlie.
M J Rltter waa arrested Monday
vetting on tho charge of being drunk.
Ho waa given a berth In tho city prl
aon over night and Tuesday morning
he waa called to face Recorder Btlpp.
Rltter drew down a nice prUe pack
age, containing a verdict of $10 and
10 daya. At that Rltter failed to aee
tho Joke. Ho paid the 110 and If he
aobera up and puta on a penitential
air he la likely to have hla "daya
When a, girl beglna to alt around
with that far-away look In her eyaa,
father beglna to Investigate to aee
whether the young man amounta to
THE SEASON . 0F
'MK,Tim! CU KK
fUU TtH (t YWl! UUI
CUTS WILL BE MADE AND PIC
TURES SHOWN OF WORK SO
The condition of the construction
work on the Clackamaa Southern Rail
way waa Tuesday reduced to evidence
by taking a half dozen photoa of tuff
roadbed at aa many different points
on the line of the road. The photoa
were taken out on the lino at points
where the road crawls up the aide
hill on Ita way out around tho Kansas
City hillside, and when developed
and printed the pictures will show tho
true condition of the rlghtofway atnee
engtueera and gradera have been at
work on It.
The number camrn at work on the
road Incroaaea from week to week.
Moro men can be used now than when
the work started, and more are being
added. There are two ganga working
on beyond tho Dlgbam rockpile, and
good work la being done. And the
further the engineer com pie tea Tils
work the greater. the atretch of road
way on which men can work, and on
which the company can and will aet
men to building.
When the photoa are finished cuta
will be made of them and then the
columna of the Enterprise will be used
aa a vehicle through which the public
may be made acqualnttd with what
la really being done along tho rlghtof
way of the new railway line that If
to do ao much for Oregon City and
There la great promise aa to what
thla new railway la to accomplish In
building up thla city and county.
railroad meana much If it la kept with
In the direction of local people. The
purpoae of the promoters of thla line
la that lis management and owner
ahlp ahall be kept in the hands of local
people, and If each one does his share
thla can bo done. -
VERDICT FOR JONES
III SUIT FOR DAK
JUDGE CAMPBELL DECIDES THAT
THERE IS LITTLE EVIDENCE
TO SUSTAIN CLAIM.
George Matley waa the victim of
an Instructed verdict In' the Circuit
Court today, In hla auit for $10,000
damagea against Harry Jonea. After
hearing, the testimony for Matley,
Judge Campbell concluded that the
evidence did not sustain the allega
tlona In the complaint and directed
the Jury to bring In a verdict In fa'
vor of, Jonea.
Mauey waa working for Jonea and
on December 18 last he waa loading
rock, when he waa Injured In the
right eye, a piece of rock flying Into
tho optic member. Matley claimed
that the accident waa due to negll
genco on the part of Jones. Emmona
A Emms and Reld appeared for Mat-
ley, while Mr. Jonea' case waa con
ducted by J. K. Hedgea, George C
Drownell and Wilbur A Spencer.
BOTH MEN PAROLED.
Klotx Sentenced to Two Yeara In Pen
and O'Donnell to One Year In Jail,
Carl Klota and Cap O'Donnell, In
Jail on the serious charge of tolling
O. 8. 'RnrVei', of Eataeada, fdr hla
money Inst March and who told widely
conflicting atorlea In court, both plead
guilt Tuesday rrfornlng In Circuit
Court. "A night in Jail after telling
widely differing ajoriea brought them
to plead guilty Tuesday morning when
Judge Campbell Sentenced Kloti to
two years In the penitentiary and
O'Donnell waa sentenced to one year
In the county Jail.
Judge Campbell then paroled Klota
on hla prom (we to pay $10 costs within
four mnnlha. O'Donnell waa paroled
on hla promise to pay $25 costs within
four months. Ho waa also told that
he muat go to work and atay out of
saloons and pool rooms. They must
report to Sheriff Maaa monthly. .
Oregon City Racalvad Settlers.
Rlnce.the opening of the colonist
rates to tha western country, Oregon
City, haa been locating newcomers on
-o - . ..
farma at the rate of a dozen a wek7nur5u"?lrlit'cK'1,l? dS? "'f ?B8'"5 mt
Thla la according to atatementa made
by Representatives of the publicity
department of the Oregon City Com
mercial Club. No doubt the Eastern
er are atracted to thla favored place
by the good aotl and the proximity to
MEAT MARKET CLOSED.
Occasion Waa th Funeral of Owner'e
Father, at Old Wlsconein Homo.
- The meat market of Henry Streblg
waa clol. -Tuesday from. 12 o'clock
until 3 o'clock, owing to the funeral
aervlcea that were held over tho re
mains of Mr. Streblg'a father In Wla
consln, whose death waa audden a
few daya ago. .
Mra. Streblg and Miss Lena Streblg,
the latter a daughter of the deceased,
loft immediately for Wisconsin, after
receiving the aad Intelligence of the
death of Mr. Streblg. .. The Intel ment
waa in hla Old ' home town, where ho
had resided for. over 30 yeara.
RESIGNS AS ATTORNEY
OF STATE LAUD BOARD
JUDGE GORDEN E. HAYES HAS
HELD POSITION FOR
Judge Gordon E. Hayes, for 23
yeara attorney of the State Land
Doard In Clackamaa county, haa re
signed, and State Senator Walter A.
Dlmlck was today appointed hta suc
cessor Judge Hay ea.ia loo busy, wirh
hla legal practice, to handle the af
fairs of the State Land Board, and
Concluded to aever hla relatione.
Hla letter of resignation follows:
To the Honorable State Land
Board, Salem, Oregon.
U Gentlemen: - For more than twenty
years I have been attorney - for the
State Land Board of Clackamas
county. My business haa grown
auch an extent that my entire time
muat be given to the practice of my
profession and I1 can no longer a
ford to represent the Board and
herewith tender my resignation
Our relations have been exceedingly
pleaaant during my services aa your
Thanking you for retaining me to
your employ for so many yeara, and
the confidence you have reposed In
me. I remain, most sincerely yours,
GORDON E UAYES
Marriage Licenses Given Monday,
A marriage license waa granted on
Monday to Mary Anderson and David
Swanson by County Clerk Mulvey
JACK BOYDEN FINED
$10 BYTHE RECORDER
WOULDN'T GO TILL AFTER DARK
AND THEN HE WAS AFRAID
Jack Boyden. a Weet Side farmer
who lives about three mllea out In the
country, waa in thla city drunk on
Monday. An effort was maae to get
Jack to go home about 8 o'clock in the
afternoon, and while bo maae great
nromtsea ha failed to ao ao.
If Jack geta caught in town aner
dark? It'a all off with him. Ho seems
afraid to ao home In the dark. . It ta
alwaya the case that If he can be,. In
duced to go home In aayiignt no wii
aro home aober. but If he walta til
after dark It la all off with him. On
thla occasion he refused to go home
or rather avoided going home till af
ter dark and then ho proceeded to get
very drunk. In consequence he waa
wwh un bv Offlcera Green ana
Tuesdav. when ho had aobered up
aome. ho waa taken In to get anlntrqr
duct Ion to Recorder Stlpp. He liked
Judge 8tlpp at first, but got sore when
he waa fined $10 and declared that
Oregon City ahouldn't get a cent of hla
money. Later be tnongni oeuer ox u
and decided to contribute towarda an
addition to the bank account of tha
city and paid and waa released.
Boyden alwaya makea trouble unless
the police can atart him homo before
It geta dark.
APRIL 26, 1911.
ST0?iE VERY HARIT
OIL AND GAS WELL
DRILLERS CAN ONLY MAKE
DEPTH OF TWO OR THREE
FEET TO SHIFT.
CREVICE STILL CAIU TROUBLE
Hope Held Out That Hard Covering
la Juat Above a Lake of Oil
. Gaa Still Praa-
STONE. Or.. April 25. Hard luck
haa overtaken tho promotera of the
oil and gaa well proposition at Stone
within the paat week. Wall tho dy
namiting of "the well tore things up
aomo down In the bowels of tho earth
it did not aorten the quality of tho
atone and It did not atralghten out
tne ere vice in the rock.
So far thla week the drill haa gone
very alow In the well here. The rock
thla time la very bard,nd the drillers
are doing well If they go down two or
three feet at a abl't. That meana that
It will take a long time to get
down to 2001 feet in depth if Inert la
no chaige. In tho character of the
The crevice in the rock la still there
to annoy. The drill haa paaaed the
crevice, however, but at that the crack
In the rock makea considerable trouble
for the drillers. The rock la ao hard
the drill makea Utile lmpreaaion and
when the drill strikes it on the alant,
aa it doea when It geta to one aide
and into the crevice, it glancea off and
doesn't make any headway downward
The drillera at the well toe doing
much speculation aa to what will be
found when the drill passes through
duiuv i ij iii a& i li as a, ting uava u a r,g suss
be the covering that nature haa made
for the retention of the gaa and oil
that they are to find la the lake lying
beneath. They prophecy that when
the dxlll passes through this hard
ahell they aro almoat certain to find
gas or otl, or both, and ao an effort ta
being made to push on and aee.
The machinery at the well ia work
ing fine, and It ia the hardness of thla
atone- that now makes progress so
slow. 8tlll the drillers make two or
three feet each shift, which la certain
to get them somewhere if they con
tinue to persist
PLAY EDGE OF BLUFF
w ' ' '
HAD ONE FALLEN OVER DEATH
WOULD MOST CERTAINLY
Two little girla were doing dare
devil stunts -on the brow of the bluff
Just above the Southern Pacific depot
Tuesday after school. They would
approach the brow of the hil and do
antlca which they knew to be danger
ous and of a dare-devil nature, partly
for their own amusement and partly
to show off to the people below. Sev
eral women were considerably agitat
ed at the risk taken by the little girla,
and cautioned them and advised them
to go back and stay away from the
' The children were taking consider
able risk, though not aa much aa It
looked to be from below. But at that
the parenta would have been very
anxious had they known the whero-
ahwrtafthe hlldren-. andMhrff
would most certainly have been cor
poral punishment had the parents
seen the danger Into which the child
ren pushed themselves.
Not only for the good of the child
ren but for the peace of mind of those
who were worried by the children
should there be a caution given to
children by parenta. The child who
doea fall over the bluff la certain to
be seriously Injured, while the chances
are good that the one falHng would
meet death. .
QUIET WEDDING TUESDAY.
, H. Ml ley Weds Miss Inez V. liar,
Rav. Hsyworth, Officiating.
MIm Inea V. Her. daukbter of Mr.
and Mra. W. E. Her. of Portland, and
Mr. A. H. Mlley. a former resident of
thla city, but now of Portland, and eon
of Mr. and Mra. Henry Mlley, of
Portland, were anlted in marriage in
thla city Tuesday at 12 o'clock, at the
Baptist parsonage, kov. o. A. Hay-
worth, sastor. officiating.
Witnessing the ceremony were Mr.
and Mra. Henry Mlley and Mr. and
Mra. W. E. Her. Mr. and Mra
MUey will leave for their honeymoon
trip to Puget Sonnd country, and upon
their return will reside at Portland,
where the groom la In the brokerage
and money loaning - business. Vr.
Mllev la well known In this city, be
ing a prominent Mason, and head of
the' Multnomah Lodge No. 1, A. F. A
DOMESTIC SCIENCE TALK.
Miss Grsar, Taaonar. O. A. C. Will Be
Mlsa Oreer, who la at the head of
tho domestic science department at
tho Oregon Agricultural College at
Corvallla, will be . in thla city on
Thursday afternoon, and will talk at
the meeting of the Women's Club,
which will be hld at tho Commercial
Club rooms at 2 o'clock. Miss Greer's
ubject will bo "Domestic Science and
the Need of It Belnr Taught In Our
Miss Grsar, of O. A. C. Will Talk on
Subject at High School.
Miss Oreer, who la one of the In
structors In O. A. C, and who cornea
here nnder the auspices of the Oregon
City High school, will apeak to the
children of the school Thursday of this
Mlaa Gieer'a talk will be along- tho
line of "Domestic Science," having
reference to the needs of tho schools
and the pupils to whom she la to
apeak. Parenta are urged to attend
and hear thla address for It la certain
to bo good and instructive. Domestic
science is going to be made more and
moro of la the near future, ao It Is
wise to hear aa much aa one can con
Railway Masting Thursday Evening.
Frlenda of the Clackamaa Southern
Railway will hold a- meeting In the
Grange ball at Mullno Thuradar even
ing. An effort la making to have the
company build out to that village thla
aummer, and the railway people are
perfectly willing If tho people along
the line will do their aharo In the mat
Good Address Promised.
President Leonard M. Rellly, of Mo
Mlnnvlllo College, la acbeduled to
apeak In tho High achool Forum at
2:30 thla afternoon. The public la
Invited to all theseHlgh achool treats,
and those who know the Doctor say
that hla addresses are alwaya treats.
Especially are parents and patrons of
the schools Invited.
Charges Wife With Desertion.
Perry L. Wltbeck haa filed auit for
divorce against Anette M. Wltbeck,
to whom be waa married at Bay City,
Mich.. In 1902. He charges her with
desertion August 8, 1908. They have
OREGON CITY BAND
PLAYS BOOSTER DAY
RE-ORGANIZATION IT 8 IN
VERY GOOD CONDITION FOR
The Oregon City band, under the
leadership of C. A. Nash, which ap
peared in tho parade on Booster Day,
haa Improved greatly ainco It waa re
organized, and the aelectiona rendered
by the members on Saturday showed
that careful training waa being given.
Mr. Nash baa had much experience aa
leader of organlzationa of thla kind,
and thoroughly understands the busi
ness. The members meet on Thurs
day night of each week for rehearsal
at the Cataract Hose Company's head
quarters, and several new membera
have recently been added, and It ia the
.intention of the leader to aecure more
aa soon aa possible. . The band waa
generous with Its muslo on Saturday,
and many business houses In the city
were visited during the day, where
several selections were given in open
air, whlcb soon - drew- large crowda,
The band la composed of the follow
ing: Clarinets, C. A. Naah, Harry
Peckover, Frankle Champion, Chester
Dlckerman; cornets, Charles Schoen
heinz, Lavtne Moehnke, Charles Reho-
hennlng. W. T. Smith, Arthur Reh-
feld, Chester Lageson, Ernest Mass,
Jr.; altos, John Roppel, George Gard
ner, Alfred Fromong; trombonea.
August Moehnke, E. S. Follensbee.
Arthur Dlckerman; baritone, A. F.
Parker; tuba, Paul Praeger; drams,
snare, Roy Baxter; bass, George Eh
ENNJOY LAUNCH RIDE.
Pleasant Social Excursion on the Wil
lamette River Sunday.
Miss Marlbel Cheney entertained
the membera of the Bachelor Girls'
Club on Sunday, at her home at Mel
drum, and before the young ladlea'
return to thtseUx they enjoyed. a
launching ride to Portland in the
launch, "Effle." one of the featurea of
the afternoon being a luncheon on
board the boat. The membera left
on the 2 o'clock car,, and returned
about 7 o'clock, having bad spent a
most enjoyable day. The party waa
chaperoned on the launching excur
sion by Mr. and Mra. W. C. Cheney.
Misa Dollie Pratt. Miss Zida Gold
smith, Mlsa Bess Galogly, Miss Wynne
Hanny, Miss Belle Matley, Miss Meta
Harding. Miss Marlbel Cheney, Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Cheney.
A8SIGNEE8 SELL MILL.
It la Believed that tha Mill Will Bs
Started Up Again.
The Oregon City Mill A Lumber
Company has been sold by the as
signees, J. J. Cooke and J. W. Moffat t,
to Fred J. Meyer, who waa the only
bidder. Mr. Meyer represents the
First National Bank, which held a
chattel mortgage against the company
for $10,000. There are other claims.
It Is probable, according to a state
ment of D. C. Latourette, president of
the Bank, that arrangements will be
mad to renew operations la the mill
which is located In the north end of
hOregon City. It Is aald the plant will
bo In complete operation during the
XXJ A XT
5 to 20 Acre Farms Nr Or egon . City
We have several buyers waiting and many coming.
If your place is for sale and the price right come and
see us at once. ' '
W. F. SCHOOLEY Cl CO-
Phono: Paclflo M-8Q. Homo A-156. 12 Main oragan CHy.
Peb Week, 10 Cents
FIRST BAIUUlT OF
LOCAL BROTHERHOOD GIVES A
BANQUET, WITH VERY EN
THIRTY mm AT FOT FED
Four Score Join in Making It an Oc
casion Not Soon to Be
Forgotten By , ,
' All. ' '."''.."'
The Brotherhood of Gladstone Chris
tian church held Ita first banquet la
Gault hall Tuesday evening when four- '
score gathered for tho festivities; of
the occasion. There was a moat tooth-.
some spread provided by the ladies of
the church and community, and tho
men who gathered for the evening did ' -honor
to tho feaat by nnanlmous con
sent. The music for the evening waa fur
niahed by the Patterson Broa.' orches
tra, piano by Leo Burden and alogtng
by the Gladstone quartet, composed .'
of Victor Gault, John Mulkey, Garland
Hollowell and Homer Hollowell. All
the numbers were well received.
L. A. Read waa toaatmaater for the
occasion. He presided with dignity
and gave formal Introduction to the .
speakers of tho evening.
The first speaker was O- E. Freytag,
who spoke on "The Brotherhood -Mdvement
in Relation to Municipal
Affaire." He gave an Instructive talk
that waa pertinent to the conditions
that exiat In Gladstone at this Umo,
where the community has bat recently
organized as a munclpality.
J. A. Melton, of th Baraca claaa of .
Woodlawn church, Portland, spoke on
The Brotherhood Movement In Rela
tion to tho Men of the Community."
He spoke from the vsntage of consid
erable experience and aa auch his re
marks were especially interesting.
Wa D. Lukena. a T. M. C A. work- .
or and president of the Centennary T.
M. C. A. Brotherhood. Portland, gave
an address on "The Brotherhood Move
ment la Ita Relatione to Young Men."
Hla address, too, had In It the relation .
of much that waa experience aad In ,
conaequanco attaining towarda tha aa - -
thorltatrve' ' --
i. Albert frartch, from - Portland
Graded Union S. S. work - a poke on
"The Brotherhood In Ita Relation to
the Boy a of the Intermediate) Grade,"" '
alao speaking from experience and
O. Evart Baker, president of tho
Brotherhood of the Disciples of Christ
First church, Portland, gave an ad
dress on, "Brotherhood The Individ
ual and Lawyer." He waa listened
to with great Intereat.
The addresses of the evening were ;
very Instructive and entertaining,
Each apeaker brought to the atten
tion of hla hearers themes calculated
to call forth thought first and action
later action which a thorough dlgea
tlon of the subject waa certain to
bring out In case one waa honest In
his. dealings with himself first and bis
fellowmen later. The subjects aa- -signed
covered a wide ground in
Brotherhood conditions, and tho men
who listened went home with a wider
knowledge than had been tho good for '
tune before., .."'
Rev. Mulkey added a few remarks to
what had been already aald, making w
his talk brief in view of the fact that
the program had been long and varied.
The Brotherhood reporta a member
ship of thirty, and while this Is the
first stated meeting it ahowod con
clusively that there ia great Interest
in the good work that tho organiza- '
tlon la supposed to foster.
DONT WANT TO MARRY.
CHICACO, April 25. Two per cent
or less of the young women students
In the lower classes at the University
of Chicago are planning to marry, ac
cording to a canvass recorded by Ml"
Marian Talbot, dean of women, lq tho '
Pratt Judson, submitted yesterday,
The canvass Included 96 women In tho
annual report of President Harry
freshman and sophomore classes, chos
en from the beginning of the alpha
betical list. Fifteen of thoao inter
viewed refused to tell what they are
going to do when they graduate. More
than half, 66, declared they were going
to teach. 1
BIG STRAWBERRY CROP. ,
FREEWATER, Or., April 25. Indi
cations are for a big strawberry crop
In this vicinity and the rush aeason
will be on in alx weeks' time. Tha
Milton-Free water Fruitgrowers' Union
has a crew of men at work now and
over 30,000 berry crates are ready for
distribution, while boxes for insertion
are ready by the hundreda of thoua
andsr Indications aro for a larger ber
ry crop than that of 1910, owing to tho
larger acreage). .
. After thla every poultry house that
we want to build will be entirely open
fronted with curtain of cheese doth
In front and another one over, or In
front of tho roost ' ,
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