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OREGON C?ITY, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1911.
Per Week, 10 Cents
BY GRAND JURY
RAILROADS INDICTED FOR
HATING AND CONSPIRACY
a MANNA FIGURES IN MATTER
lv9t Suite 'or Damage Thraatonad
L Prowldaa for Raeovory of
Sum JJhraa Time What
CUEVkXANU Ohio, April 20. (Spe-(UU-Tlx1
aand Jury, returned' ten
ledlrtmrnt on 107 eounte charging
(Mr railroads with rebating and claim
ti.i two of there are also guilty
a rannplrn'-y. today. Tha railroad
ire the Uk Shore, Pennsylvania,
KtrVli l'tut and Ileaeemer Lako
frle Tlx iharge la conspiracy to
loUir ihe Klkln law.
Thi txtmilty prescribed la a flna of
Irm ili mii a 1000 nor mora than
:o,OOU, vjih imprlaonnietit not to ex
ttrd m ar. In addition any ono
offfDil.it imalimt may bring ault for
inrii'' Hi rev. time tho money
tho wo In i.'i'ittr. It ia eald thaUuwiy
(Irll nilt- will be started to recover
Boner rebated uud that tho total
stmite 'lint may be recovered will
Ktrb Into million).
Pnn H Milium ftgnrr prominently
It (he matter.
SUSPECTS IN JAIL.
U8 ANCBI.BH. April 2(5 (Special)
t-Tt three suspect of dynamiting
the U AiikhIi' Time office have ar
rlred In this city and are cotlined In
Jail. umt-r strong guard. Mr. Inger
an pa Identified McNamara a the
sib to hom Mho old dynamite. Tha
officer are certain they have the right
two. Tlio men are widely aeparated
their confinement, and every pro
cuilon I being taken with the prison-
mi LIST BEING LENGTHENED".
WASHINGTON, April 20. (Special,
-Repreaentatlre Warbiirton, of Wash
hdon, today declared on the floor of
iW Huime that he would vole for the
Democratic free Hat and advised the
Drmm rat to add ugar and rice to the
tree artlclea. Other Republicans said
taey a mild favor the free Hat If Demo-
trati would ahow where It waa poe-
ilble to make thing free aud yet
irold a deficit.
AFTER MORE LORIMER MEN.
bTRINCFIELD. 111.. April 20. (8pe-
elil.) Warrant are out for the arrest
of Edanrd Tlldon. Oeo. M. Benedict
and Wm v. furntnings, for the refusal
to apptar and testify In the 8entor
Lorlmer bribery trial. These men are
aid to have had a hand In raising
the corruption fund, and their evi
dence l wlahed In the matter.
Build Addition to Oarage.
Elliott ark have JubL. completed
as addition to their garage, which 1
I0xl& f.'H. which will be uaed for a
repair shop. The buslneaa of thla firm
at grown Hlnre taking possession of
lae building on Klfth street near the
rillroiit tr.ii k that it waa necessary
Jo build Jhu-addltlon.
Carter Estate Probatod Wednesday.
The eatnte of tha late Joseph I.
Carter waM admitted to probate Wed
"day. Tho property la valued at
WOO, ami (Jeorge C. Brownell I at
torney for the estate.
Marrlnn.. ,p laaii.l Wed-
Hday to fiertha Englebreohe and
Henry icgiilaakl, Nora J. Whitman
w Henry c. Wearer.
W( .r. eru.hlnn4 .K. a little
fhape, 0ut we're rioted for alwaya
Our Straw Lids for Summor arrest
J"r ntlon. Shower proof, noat
siaaty novaltla are hero in fun
12 00 to M OO.
N. a twtr, buneh 0f t. Sya-
usi u ' ,n th "oh talked of chan
ueer patterns; they're . hummora.'
; Is to boltovo.
! Office .ottL'Ma
XCLUStVI BLTHC. . '
" 'Hoi uVs OUsfa
Sth and Main SU.
BOUhNE WAY WIN.
Insurgents Are Orfarad Much to Kaap
till, But Insist on Mora.
WASHINGTON, April 28. Selection
of Jonathan Bourne, Senator from Ore
gon, for a place on tho committee on
appropriations. I,y the Senate commit
too on oommltteo today, failed to
placate the progressive Republican
Senators, and the executive session of
tho committee ended abruptly today.
Uouruo also get the chalrmunithlp of
the committee on poatofflce.
Tho progressives' demand for great
er representation, Ihey luier an
nouneed. would li" taken up In tho
caucus later In the duy, and If their
demand are not granted, they will bo
brought up on the floor of the Senate
At the rauru lute thl afternoon,
the proareMttlve will IiimIrI oil place
for lj Kolletle on the Interstate com
mere roinpiltlee; for Brlstow on the
foreign relation committee, and for
Cummin on the committee on finance.
The Democratic Henator are also
dissatisfied with the places handed
them y the aleerlng committee. Their
caucu come tomorrow, and If- agree
ment I not reached both progressives
and Demorrata are expected to make
a hot light on the floor tomorrow.
OPEN TENNIS COURT.
Members of te Friendly Bible Class
EiigiDio 10 lis pnviisgas.
i The Friendly Bible class In tho Pre
byierlan Huuday school will celebrate
the opening of Its tennis court with a
aoclul time on Friday, evening. The
court Is on property of Mrs. K. U.
Andrews, the clans teacher. In Kails
View. ' I
This Is the second year that the
Friendly rlnss has had a court In Falls
VUiw, and the grounds are In good
shitpe for thla season There will be a
pleasant social evening on this oenlng
occasion, to which the member of the
Friendly class are Invited.
EPWORTH LEAGUE AUSPICES.
Neat Sum Cleared By Reading of Mra.
iRuby Hurd of Portland.
' Mr.; Ituby llurd, a dramatlr reader
of 'l'ortlnnd. wlio came here to read
Halph ronnor'a "The Sky Pilot." under
the. auspices of the Kpworth -ague,
Wednesday evening, bad a good audi
ence to hear her. Mrs. Hurd gave a
very acceptable rendition of the work
attempted, and her audience waa very
much pleased. The youug people o(
the league having the matter In hand
netted a neat sum for the effort put
forth to make tho reading a pleaaure.
Mrs. llurd waa one time a t earner
In Willamette University, at Balem.
NEW RAILROAD LINE SHOWS
WELL IN PICTURE INVEST
ORS SHOULD VISIT IT.
a,.vral nkiiiiiiiriiih of the work as
It Is progressing were taken along the
. . , .- .... 1 1
line or Ihe Uiacaamaa Buutnern nan
us v Tii1av and show uo in Rood
shape what is being done along tho
rlghtorway on tnia new enterprise,
r-nia n,i nun ara dentrted In the uho
tograph taken, and the disputed rock
pile of U. W. ingnam anowa piaunj
i. nn. ,.f iha nlpturea. In fact almost
every detail of the topography of the
country is brought out in the photo-
graph of the lanua in aispuie, auu u
h,rron nntum of that rocky hillside
shows almost as well aa if one stood
on the hillside itself. .
All the men at work nave crosseu
over and are putting In their best
licks on the line acrosa from the Ulg
ham property, the work having been
..n,.itH in thai Drooertr itself.
Workmen aro strung out almoat to the
Nash property, a mile rrom me city
The work of grading la progressing
much faster than waa anticipate.
k.n ik. hiiMiiins of the line was tin-
Hi.ony.lon And at that It la cost
In gcon slderabte " 1esg-TTiH " Tor-TOllt
than waa anticipaiea. ine wemuei
v... .nr-h that the work haa gone
forward very fast and the quality of
the work baa been Donor man in
.iin,rii wiihtn two weeks, if there
la no special h'ndrancea arise, the firat
mile of the graaing win nave iwu
ished. There la but one treatle to be
. ... . oi ilmlta and New
ell Creek, which muat be constructed
ahnut half way oui. me
grade on tho whole line haa been made
and cornea within the city limlta.
v., .itk ail ftiar nBiB du wvih-
....j ..j ith the noaalblllty that
ono hai to go out on the line d sea
what is being none
being accomplished, the builder of
u . .-.j, thre are a few knockera
who are till trying to discourage peo.
nle from inveating ana mi"B -
Several auto loaa win ru -
...ii .1.1. ..iin In attend tilO
nuiiuoniui w,c..... .
,in in tha nrini hall there, ana
ehort addrease will be made by men
who have subacrttea ana are internal
.a in ik, auornas of the enterprise
.,kk hii. anv doubts as to the
IUUBH W II" " "
nrogrea made nd tho prospects
K. . . -aMo- at Olll r aft tla. Vsa irliilf . lO
.v ha Horhtofwar anit ne tor
theraaelvea. Doubting Thomaae. can
see for themseivea, auu
h.lleve their own eyea they are in a
bad wty Sure, end should t least hold
their peace until they do know what
there ! to t1" bout-
Look auspiciously at fg that have
been laid In a stolen nest. They may
be all Hht, but test them oareful,
test you lead aome one who bujr them
to aay things that will make yonr ear
burn. ' ' . ,
'WsnUolworoe and Maiden Narne.
Isabel oetsendanner has filed a ault
for 4lvoroe agalaat W.
tier, to . whom ahe waa flT at J
Soma. vWMh.. 'January M.,.1906.
chargM htm with deserting ' h-r at
BeatUe, July 10. 1908. Her desire 1
to reeume her maiden name of Mline.
BE! GENTLE, MOTHERS, ON ARBOR DAY.
REV. BOLLINGER SAYS THE SAC
RED' WORDS MAKING COUPLE 1
MAN AND WIFE.
DECORATIONS PROFUSE AND PRETTY
Tho. A. Keith and Edith' Cheney
United In Marriage Wednesday
Evening, Surrounded By-.
... Moat of Friend.
One of the prettiest weddings of tbe
season waa solemnized Wednesday ev
ening at me nome.oi air. ana Mra.
C'haa. II. Caufleld, at 8 o'clock, when
Miss Edith Cheney, formerly of thla
city but now of Portland, became the
wife of Mr. Thomaa A. Keith, of Port
land. The marriage ceremony waa
performed by Rev. E. 8. Bollinger, of
Portland, pastor of the Highland
Preceding tbe ceremony Mrs. Nieta
Barlow Lawrence, whose, deep and rich
contralto voice was never heard to a
lutlAr lilvinlatA anns lmnraal vaI V
"Believe Me If all Those Endearing
Young Charms." Thla waa followed
by Lohengrin a wedding march by
Ktlaa Vuita Wllllftma a Iiavv nf vnnnf
ladles, frlenda of the bride, marching
down the stairway carrying streamers
or wmte satin notions forming a very
pretty aisie tnrouan wnicn pansea ine
bridesmaid. Miss Helen Daulton, pret
tily Kownitd In nlnk satin and carrvlne
g boquet of pink carnations, and the
bride looking beautiful in a very hand
some gown of white messallne with
lace and chiffon trimmings and her
long tulle veil waa caught In place
with orange blossoms. She carried a
shower boquet of white carnations
and the streamers of which were en
twined with tiny pink rosebud. They
wrr. met in the drawlna- room bv the
groom and the best man Mr. A. C.
Black, of Portland.
Tia rar,mnnv waa nArfnrmed under
a floral umbrella with decorations of
tulle and satin ribbons. During the
ceremony Miss Veda Williams played
nfilv and verv effectively. After con
gratulations had been extended the
newly married couple rerresnmenta
The room a were beautifully decorat-
color scheme. Pink ana white carna
tions, apple blossoms and aweet briar
were used profusely. Before the de
parture of the bride she threw her
boquet from tbe stairway and It was
caught by Miss Helen Daulton.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith left for a brief
honeymoon and when they return they
will make their home in Portland, the
former being a young business man of
that city The bride la well known
In this city, where she haa realded
most of her life, until recently she
took up her residence in Portland
where ahe haa been connected with
the art department of the Hlcka-Chat-An
rnnninr Rh. la an accomplished
young woman and has a host of frlenda
in thla city. Mrs. Keun ib me uu. li
ter of O. A. Cheney, of thla city, and
of the late Mary Cheney. Thoae pres
ent at the wedding were:
Mr. and Mra. C. H. Caufleld. Mr. O.
A! Cheney. Mr. and Mra. O. W. Che
ney, Portland; Mr. and Mra. E. J.
Daulton, Mr. and Mra. E. T. Avison,
Mr.Und Mra. M- D. Latouretto. Dr.
and? Mra. I A. Morris. Mr. and Mra.
Mr.ita nav and Mra. IB. 8. Bol
linger. Mr. and Mra. Walter A. Dimlok.
Mra. C." D. Latouretto, Mra. Nleta Bar
low Lawrence. Mra. C. H. Molssner,
Miss Rosslyn. Emily O Mally, Marjorls
r...nM Tlaaala naulton. Almae Bob
lack, Myrtle Buchanan, Veda Williams,
Edna Caufleld. Clara uauneia,
Ooldamlth. Ethel Cheney. Portland;
ri. n.roinv Prait. Jean Charman. Rob-
In Shaw, Milwaukle; Helen Daulton,
and Messrs. A. C. Black ana uren
DEATH FOLLOWS BABY'S BIRTH.
Mra. Elsie Stselhammer Dies at Fam
ily Homo Tuoaday Night
Mra. Elsie Steelhammer, wife of A.
- n. 11.m.11 rilarf at the famllv
t, BlBllli,,,wl - -
home at Clackamaa on Tuesday night
DUII1V i v. . . . . .
. . iA.m nl 1A and 11 o clock.
On Monday morning a baby girl waa
born to Mr.. Steelhammer, but oclamp-
Miwmu mi iii -r. I
sla developed five hour, later ana Mrs.
SUammorpaaaedaway the follow.
Deceased w. about SO years of age,
and leavea besides her husband, A. Q.
iee inammer, inree mile Children,
who are Martin, atted seven years;
iwiui-n, tour ;nn una me oauy,
which waa born on Monday.
The funeral services will be held
from the Methodist church at Clacka
mas on Thursday morning. Mrs. Steel
hammer waa a member of that church,
and the Interment will take place In
the Clackamas cemetery.
Will of David P. Jonea Probatod.
Tho win ftt tne late itvld P. Jonea
was filed I tor probate Wednesday by
Attorney J. HedKes. All of the
property. ; valued at $1750, waa be
queathed to the five children of ihe
.deceased: Esther Smith, of New Era;
David Jonea, of Springfield; James
twnnlu of Portland- KilwArit f'lnrlr
Jones, of Portland; Kate Garlick, of
DANCING YiLL FOLLOW
BOBBIE BURNS SOCIETY WILL EN- '
JOY A GREAT TIME SATUR
DAY EVENING, APRIL 29.
ine nuume ourua iwirij win
a Scotch concert and entertainment in
WnAilmui V 1 1 nn flnhinliv Afonlnff
rwi I V. 1 . . I . 1 1 1 1 . .
Woodman hall oh Saturdav evenine
at a n'rlnrk Thnre will hm a full nro-
gram and after It rendition there will
be refreshments and dancing. Much
care haa been given the program and
it is nlanned to have something that
will Interest all. Following is the
Baa Pine Selection. Plner James Jack
Overture Scotch Alra .-
Patterson Bros, Orchestra
Judge Geo. J. Cameron, of Portland
Solo Mra. A. Matneson
Reading "Jerry" ...Mra. J. Hickman
Solo Master Sam McLarty
Mlahland Fllna (accompanied by
piper) .......Miss Annie Williamson
Solo Comic F. D. Henneasy
Addroaa "Scottish Chiefs
Rev. J. R. Landsborough
Violin Scotch Air ...James Wlllock
Gaulle Song : Mr. McKenxie
Recitation "The Mlnlater'a Fiddle
Rwnrii Tvanp I ai'comrjanled by Din
er) Mlas A. Williamson
- Telford Family
Solo (with violin obligate and piano)
Mra. Wm. C. Scbulue and Mr. and
Mra. Wm. Schultie.
annlch fnmpfllnllS (SOnSS)
....Messrs. Turnbull andTBehnlsoB
Dance (Hornpipe, accompanied by
rattereon Bros., The Misses Pottage
Selection Patterson nro
Auld Lang Syne
WORKMEN FOUND IT NECESSARY
TO CHANGE THE HOURS OF
OPENING AND CLOSING.
Workmen on the Clackamaa bridge
near Gladstone have announced a new
schedule of opening. Beginning
Thursday morning the bridge will be
open to the public to cross with teama
up to 8 a. m.. after which It will be
cloaed to t p. m., then open again until
8 o'clock In the morning. ",
It waa found Impossible to keep the
schedule of hourly openings and make
proper speed In rebuilding the atruc
ture, ' hence the change hereby an
nounced. Thoae who wish to crosa the
bridge should remember that It will
be open up to 8 o'clock In the morning
and then closed to 6 In the evening,
and guide their acta accordingly.
GROCERS WILL PLAY BALL.
Team Organliod ' In Thla City and
Gamaa Are Being Scheduled.
The grocera of this city have or
ganized a baseball team and expect
to meet aome or me leaning wmi i
M meet aome or me leauina imu
tnYunty before the Cose of the
I 1 ,.w 'J
The following I. a lineup of the
ocer.' team:" Catcher. Owensby;
grocer.- team: atcner. uw
pitchers. Shannon and Stoke.; first
base. Bates ; secona oase, nr..
field; right field. Shannon and Stokea.
PRAISE IS GIVEN
OUR BOOSTER DAY
LOCAL COMMITTEE WISH TO EX
TEND THANKS TO ALL WHO
BIG CROWDMADE HAPPY iMJNY WAYS
Llet of Moat Prominent Boostsra Print
ed Below That All May Know
Who the Progressive Citi
Booster Day waa a auccesa. aa was
atated In the Morning Enterprise Sun
day morning. The committee in
charge, wishing to impress the fact
that they are very much pleased with
the results, and with the help that was
given them by tbe business men of
Oregon City, the horsemen of the
county and the people generally wno
attended, wish to express themselves
JUDGE GORDON E HAYES who has
Stat Land Board, after having acted
in an article to that effect, which ia
given space below:
The Boater Day naa come ana gone,
one of the largest horse shows ever
. 1 , 1 . t ..t!i....i. .-nil ... uAl.l
The Boater Day haa come and gone.
held In the Willamette Valley was held
tn nraeon rltv on last Saturday and
the horse men and Jarmera all over
the county are praising the spirit of
the enterprising Oregon City business
The committee representing the
business men of the city have worked
hard to see tbe affair through to suc
cess and while they met opposition on
many hands, and the money to fi
nance the Horse Show waa a task to
raise, and the knockers were out aa
usual, at the aame time In view of the
fact that the premluma are all paid
and manv horse men are haDDV and
there la another notch in the atick ot
aucces. for Oregon City, the commit
tee 1 well satisfied. But with due
Justice to the loyal who aided financial
ly to make the big day a success, the
committee wishes to thank the follow
ing for their liberal help:
First National Bank, L. Adams, L.
A. Nobel, J. Levitt. W. H. Sllcox, Bur
meister ft Andresen, H. P. Brightblll,
C. C. Store. Willamette Pulp ft Paper
Co.. Portland Flouring Mills, W. B.
Eddy ft Son, F?T. Barlow, D. Klemsen,
M. Justin. Oregon City Enterprise,
wil.nn A Tonka: IT. W. Strebig. A. J.
Surber, G. W. Bingham, W. J. Wilson.
Surber. G. W. Bingham. W. J. Wilson.
v Viirrii r n Hodea. Larsen ft Co.
Frank Busch, J. E. Seeley, R. Petzold,
Oregon City Courier, Schram ft Sim
mons, A. J. Knightly. Wm. Gardener.
Portland Railway. Light ft Power Co..
Olympia Brewery, Star Brewery, Hunt
ley Bros.. C. O. Miller. J. J. Tobln,
Geo. Boyer, W. I. Rowan. C. I. Hood.
M. E. Dunn. J. E. Vatcher. Wlnehardt
Brewery. Brown ft Kloostra, Farr
Broa., L. Ruconich, J. W. Cole, E. C.
Brooke. Jonea Drug Co., B. Kerrlck,
O. O. Thomaa. II. B. Bucklea, Gam
Newspaper Woman to Marry.
The marriage of Mlsa Grace Jose
phine Shewman, formerly of thla city,
and who ba been connected with her
brother'o office, the Oregon City
Courier, for tho past two year, an4
. raaMant nf R Inter Station, and
Mr. Tyra T. Warren, of Oak Grove.
will be aolemnixea on oaiuruy
noon at 4 o'clock at the home of Mlsa
Shewman'. mother, Mra.'W. A. Shew
DEBATE AT PARKPLACE
ESTACADA TEAM TO CONTEST
"WITH THE LOCAL SCHOOL
The championship High school de-..-
. it,, annntv will be held at
IIMIO tuv "
D.-wniana in tha High school assem-
i - ---- -
bly h.U. on Friday - even ng April $8
announced by nTOm"tee 'U
place High i.ehool land EaUc.d"'r
H UVIUm a ! eax...'
?Xool Ths wa. a misunderstand
school. There wa. s mi
Th. 7-auit aa announced haa
nation of which will be given plater, aa
also the result of the protest.
The subject for debate la, "Resolved,
That LJfe Imprisonment, with Re
stricted Power of Pardon, Should be
Substituted for Capital Punishment In
. There will be an effort made to put
up a good quality of debate by tbe
Park place High, and not a few boys
and girls from thla city will attend to
root for the home team.
ROUTE THROUGH THIS CITY.
Pacific Highway, From Mexico to Vlo
torla, B. C Will Advertise City.
The Publicity Department of 'the
Oregon City Commercial Club haa just
received several coplea of the Victoria
Colonist, which explains in detail the
route of the Pacific Highway from
Mexico to Victoria, B. C.
. This special edition contains several
tlewa of the polnta of Interest along
the route. Among the most promi
nent of these Is a view of Oregon City
and mention of tbe longest suspension
bridge on the route which spans the
Willamette at Oregon City. The fact
that Oregon City will be in line of thla
great automobile road Is no small mat
ter aa it will mean ar great amount of
transient trade for thia city.
FABEWE.LV PARTY. ENJOYED.
Wooden Wedding ,C.NbratefTBy Mr.
and Mra. H. 8. Lay r, f Damascus
A farewell party waa given by Mr.
and Mrs. H. O. Layr in honor of Mr.
Juat aevored hi connection with the
aa Ita attorney for 23 years!
and Mrs. W. L. Stevenson, at Damaa
ma nn Anrtl 22. Mr. and Mrs. Stev
enson have moved to their new home
in Sellwood. .
Mr. and Mra. H. G. Layr at the aame
time celebrated their wooden wedding.
Manv m-nndan nresenta were received
and a good tlra, was enjoyed by all
present. Those present were Mr. and
Mra h n. i-avr. Mr. ana Mrs. w. i
Stevensou, Mr. and Mra. L. H. Young,
Mr. and Mrs. Tbeo. Schmidt, Mra. O.
C. Nlckols, Mr. John Layr and Miss
SPEAKS H.S. FORUM
HAS STRONG WORDS TO 8AY IN
FAVOR OF DENOMINATIONAL
President Leonard M- Rellly, of Mc
Minnvllle college, a Baptist school,
spoke In the High school Forum Wed
nesday morning. His subject chosen
waa, "Ideal of Education. hs
that he advocated a Baptist school, for
to AlA ni tn tho nralndlca nf anv Oth-
i C U.M V " . " J
er denominational school, but knowing
schools aa he did, and the work usual
ly done in the denominational college,
he wished to aay a good word for those
Mr. Reilly then took up tne ques
tion bt an education and drew the
nitnra nl a man on the railroad draw.
ing $35 a month for shoveling, $50 a
month as foreman, $100 aa an engi
neer $200 as a department manager
simply a difference aa to the education
and training. Taking another exam
ple of 192 successful men picked as a
class and over half were college edu
cated. T.tan aa a whole Mr. Reilly'a talk
wa. varr Interesting and instructive
and the High school pupils manifested
a very close attention.
Necktie Social Saturday Evening.
Tha Ladiea' Work Club,' of Park-
picae, will give a necktie eoclal at
Abernethy Grange hail saiuraay even-
Ing, April 29. A literary program ana
s-amaa will he the features of the ev
ening, after which the ladles will serve
lunch In the dining room.
Mra trimer Rlv and aon. Lee. were
4n thl city on Wednesday on business
5 to 20 Acre Frms Near Oregon City
v.- tsnwers waiting and many comint.
If your place is for sale and
W. F. SCHOOLEY Ci CO.
9 - Phono:
Pacific M-S0, Horns A-16.
LEWIS A. BARRY TAKES MISS VE-
VTA LOUISE KELLY TO BE :
CHURCH HANDSOME IN DECORAO
Host of Friends present to Witness s
Very Impressive Ceremony Bri-
dal Party Loavaa on Hos
' eyaSoon Journey.
A very pretty wedding waa solemn
ized at the St. John'a Catholic church
on Wednesday morning at High Masa,
Father Hillebrand officiating, when
Mlsa Veta Louise Kelly, daughter ox
Mr. and Mra. Charlea Kelly became
the bride of Mr. Lewis A. Barry, son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Barry, of thia
city. ' - - '
To the strains of the wedding tnarcb
rendered by the organist, the bridal
party entered the church. Tbe bride
waa attended by Miss Kate Matthlea,
who preceded tbe groom and his beat
man. William Jordan, of Portland, to
tbe chancel rail, where they were met
h. father Hlllahrand. The Impressive
rlnft ceremony waa used. The bride
wore a very pretty tailored suit or
light green with large hat trimmed in
plumes, the bridesmaid wearing a blue
tailored auit with largo black hat and
Tbe decorations or me cnurcn were
beautiful, hundreds of calla liliea and .
carnatlona being used Intermingled
Following the marriage ceremony at
tha rhnrr.h a receotion waa held at the
borne of the bride's parents, at Green '
Point, at which only relatives of the
contracting parties were in attendance.
A weddtng breaatast waa serveo, ami
the house was artistically decorated
with Oregon grape, feroa ana aogwow
blossoms. Mrs. L. O.- Ice and Mra.
Monnell assisted Mra. Kelly in serv- ,
Ing the gueats, who were seated at
four long tables, which were decorated
to correspond with .the decorations
Those attending the reception were
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Kelly, E. D. Kelly,
Mr. and Mr. Charles Burns, Sr., Mrs.
W. E. Burns and two children, Lester
and Edward, Dr. and Mrs. U Q. Ice.
Mr. and Mra. 1 L Barry, Mr. aw
Mrs. F. 8- Baker, Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
n. Mlaa Hanavieve Kelly. MISS
Bertha Barry, Mlsa Blanche Barry.
Mlsa Harriet Baker, Miss Charlotte
Baker. Miss Julia Baker, Mlas Kate
Matthlea, Messrs. Walter Kelly, Thom
as Barry, Charles Barry, John Barry,
Fred W. Baker. Francea naaunaa,
Master John Hastings, William Jor
dan, of Portland, Master William Hen-
Tlce. w r.
After the, marriage a weaumg urw
fast waa served at the home of the
bride'a parenta at Green Point, and
many friends of the young couple were
-Mr. and Mrs. Barry left thla mora
ine for their honeymoon, and upon
B aa 1 A a. .1 ItAtnA Sat
their return win mane moir """ "
Green Point, where cottage la awaiting
them. ' ,
The bride la a moat eatimable young
woman. She? "waa born and raised in .
thla city, where she haa many friends,
and the groom la well known here hav
ing come from the East to Oregon
City severer years ago.
PIONEERS TO CELEBRATE.
Slxty-Elghth Annlvaraary of Organiza
tion of Provisional Government-
The 68th anniversary of the organi
zation of the provisional government
of Oregon the first American civ 1
government on the Pacific slope will
be held at Champoeg Tuesday, May
ih. ananlcea of F. X. Mat-
thleu Cabin No. 12. Native 8ons of
w D'Arcv. president of
the !' OreToV"Ploneef-Aio5latlonr1H
preside. The principal addresa will be
given by C. B. Moores, of Portland, a
pioneer of 1852. A few flve-mlnute im
promptu speeches will follow, Inter
spersed with band and vocal mualc.
t. i. ..iwiut there will be two or
three old-fashioned fiddlers In attend
ance who will play the airs of the days
of "Auld Lang Syne." This Is aa 1m-
,.n avant in the history of Oregon,
UUl i" - - -
and as "Founders' Day" it ought to
be widely observed. It is nopea mat
F. X. Mathleu. the only survivor of
,v ca wvn vntad for organisation an- -
der the American flag on May 2, 183,
will be present, but the ins attenoaui
upon advancing years he Is now In
his 94th year may prevent
UNION SUNDAY SCHOOLS ;
Convention to be. Hold at Mt. Scott
Ralph J. Eddy has been Invited to
anaak at the mnetlne- of tha Milwaukle
district Union Sunday school conven
tion, to be Held at tne tcvangeucai
church in Mt Scott a suburb of Port
land. Friday of thia week. Mr. Eddy ,
will talk pn "Adult Bible CU Work.
Thla Is the regular meeting of tne
district convention of the MMwaokie
district embracing the norUhalf of
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the price right come and
S12 Main SW Oregon cny.