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OREQON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL. 28, 1911.
Peb Week .10 Cents
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PERPETRATED BY WALT Ac D 0UC ALL
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. CIAL WHO KEPT TRUE
UiAROOS TREATMENTTO REGULARS
Am,rltan C'tlisns Faro Llttla Battar
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dlara and 0las'fll-
MEXICO CITY, April 87. SpH:lu!.)
-w'util l""'n received of the mas,
Wrri- f m n true to Diss In tho Btalaa
of om rn ro and Morelos. bocsuse they
id Jiuy I "if. Tire governors of these J
iioM''!''" have fled tbelr posts and!
two J-t Polltlcoa and many C their I
frli-n.U mul, fatuities hav been killed, j
loignt. rii"i Haa bandits killing the of
gAil'm U presence of hi wife and
hmlly wli were trying to save hlra.
IVm- two cttAtcM, with tha excep-j
itnn f t ! .ton of Igualn, have been I
uUu ty "the rbels and hava beenf
pra tjrtttl.v looted. The' government
t ii vIiik iii the garrlaon and clti
' f this' town and la making au
ttvfi i" throw aoldlura In for,lia de-
btir ... ' . ' 1
Aimrliann hava hft-u killed and!
lUelf iiroix-rty confJacatod by thenej
ftnl. hUh the Inaurgenla r-fue to.
rKurni'f a Ihelr frlonda and co-work-
An Anifiiran engineer refuaed to
Tike ir5rnJad to Iguala for any
iictip) . the regulara are having a hard
tint In Kfttliig rclnlyrcementa to thoae
jfTtinaTiifihe city: : -
WHITE LIES .
905V mi lc iNonxu THE ( A
THE Nuptys hAitdaome
In IVorrcl ftirk
(AUilit um to th number oiKwcll
lurnouta the flue vMUier la bruiohi
m l m LJ am a
THE. REALLY WISE
BIRD STICKS TO
HIS SWEATER UN
1 1 HOW 6PR1NG IS SPRUNG IN CHICAGO.
NBUT THO IT MAKES US TINGLE
WE RE NOT HEP TO THE DINGLE THING.
WE THINK THESE POETS BUNCLE
IN THEIR AFFLATUS DIVINE .
"WHEN SPRING COMES TO THE JUNGLE '
WOULD BE A FITTER LINE
IT MAY BE BUT A JINGLE
INVENTED BY THE POET- :
IF CHICAGO HAS A DINGLE
WEU BETSHE OOESNT KNOW IT
FIVE YEARS THCR(
tHO OUT AMVTHaf!
UDUT MIM IM THIt
PRESIDENT TAT SftAKS.
NEW YORK. April J7. tSpeclal )
pn.ld nt Taft awoke at banquet of
fvapmx'r men tonUht, ualng aa hla
wt ihr reclprorlly treaty between
kli ciiintry and Canada. He adro
wi the fi-ee trade In many thlnga
karprlence aeema to IndUiate wlll
ir the mutual good of the two
il!B. and anion tnem are lurawr
to the polut Ihnt It haa been planed
U U thua treated aa manuiaotureu
r .rt.--y.i-'. ,y,.r,iiv " it u- . .
THE ONES WC HAVE TO TELL . f
ADfMlP . : 4.j-vT ?I1M5TCD flkO,
I . r A 1 t.Vv ATTH I PT 1 k "U" fvl
I . .yiiIIHVV.Y'""nM' I I. in 7 y y ' 1-
THIS IS HOW f
LCCvj Sn TOWN TODAYK
flRSTAIOTO DESLRTEO HUSBANDS
Di VMI uwuwng
fT.OO PRIZE FOR COOKING AFTER
WwONEOF OUR RECIPES ANOtAT
INflTHF RT-XIII T
BAHAMA BALLS:! Cup itMed bAna. ooJ
'ikier, I sua eid ftoda .loKuted (U)cUcull
iptckuruidjapoonlul otucoae KoUm
lo balls and bake O liuurj
HAM Ia CHAMPAGNE Wrap ham Inrud
nnd benluxTh baseball bat until Skin can.
I pulled ou Covervrtlh uermait mu
lard and boil unlit tender Tla wilt
fltakc about two lieur.4 Opru a bottl
of cold Chanipacie and c
--t.w. ... fcT,yy.yy.y
TOMORROW VE PEG-IN OUR
BUG HOUSE INTERVIEWS. GET.
YOUR ORDER IN EARLY
railway people are uaoeo to
.. work in harmony with
30 fT. EITHER SIDE OE RAILWAY
Chance for One of the Handeomaei
' Streete Between Portland and
San Franelaeo Railway
- .- Willing- .
With the Incorporation of Oladatone
came new eondlttona in atreet build
ing And one of the condition that
faced the new village waa'the building
of atresia in connection with the line
of the O. W. P. Ry. running tbrouaf
the villa k. The roadbed of the rail
way waa too hlKh to fit Into correct
atreet building according to the City
Fnthera of the village, and a move waa
at once aet on foot to get the compiny
to make new plana for the trarka run
ning through Gladstone. V
According to the Oladatone people
the O. W. P. rlghtofway nine betwen
two 30 foot atreeta. and parallel, to
these street b that la. It should. run In
thin, manner. And It Is the desire of
the QladHtonlans that these two atreeta
be put Into shape and the railway
rlghtofway kept In shape so aa to
form a handsome boulevard. But the
charge Is made that for some reason-
presumably tha carelessness oi consio
of the railway repair imn and builders
thla railway rUhtofway haa been
crowded over and permitted to be
built on the side of the railway s prop
rf nr to one aide of It and on the
street property. This does not - suit
the Gladstone people for the reason
that It spoils the prospects for a boule
vard, and It la claimed it cannot save
The Value of a Can
".'"' .. cf Paint : .: " ' ;
I) depends on the number o , CI I
s tquar?, feet it covers, on J . 1 ' . I
a the nurobcr
square, feet U covers, on
its ease of spplication, on
the wear it gives not on
' &HERViN-WlLLIAM3 PHH7
Is the most . economical
bouse paint to nie, because"
it covers most, works easi
est, and wears for the
WE know from twelve years' experience that S. W..P.
is'the best Paint made and the cheapest to use though it
costs more to buy. When there is a better paint made than
S. W. P. yon will find it at Huntley's. ' Nothing but the best is
good enough for our, customers. J Our paint man is full of
paint information that is valuable to every prospective buyer of
paint. It's free information; com in and get some of it and
some S. W." P.' Color Cards. , , ' " .
HUNTLEY BROS. CO.
. v Oregon City
The RexaH Store"
Adams atreet and on Into the Aber-
the company to any. considerable cx-J. .Thl( wllI $1000, but it will bene-
SENATOR FRYE RESIGNS.
WASHINGTON, April :7. (Special)
-g.niur Krye, of Maine,. wno na
Iwtn tin: prealdent pro tern of the Sen-
it fur many years, realgned" today
'living 111 health aa the cauae for his
LOWER TWELFTH STREET OR
DERED IMPROVED AND ORDI
NANCE WILL BE PRINTED.
DEMOCRATS WON'T AID.
WASHINGTON, April J7. (8peclal)
-It ! Bii.rted that the Democrata
III not Hid the Republican Insurgents
Is their flKht against the regulars on
lb ground that the Republican majori
ty Is HiUtlrd to what It can hold In
Mi fight with the progreanlvea. This
11 tho (IitIkIoii of the Democratic
fiurun. ll Im said.
SEWER TO TAKE WATER FROM CANYON
New Sewer Down Soutn End Roa
WllI Coat $10,000, and Benefit .
Seventy-Two Lota In
BEAVERS WIN GAME.
POUTIyAND, Or., April 27. Spe
M Tho Heavera won the game
from Hue rnmnnto In a acore of 3 to 0.
Jtw..ii..wi pitching of Tom 8ea
uxl the hi-ii national Hetdlng of Roger
PefVlnnauKh are two of the factdra
that PMrri'd Into the game.
Orpgon City and Portland
Mr, wMterly winds.
OrrgontiKalr, weaterly winds.
Wt art "ruahlnB" ths sesson a little
5f"P. but we're noted for always
our straw Llda for Summer arreat
?f attention. 'Shower proof, neat
My novelties are here In full
12 00 to 4 M. ' '
"J. B. Qot ,' ,wt, buneh of L. SyS-
.7 "a in the meh talked of chan
"r pttterne; they're , hummers.
H Is to believe. :
. . .
- fice others
Hot IAU Others t, r
' and Mala 9U, " 1 '
rity Englueer with power to act.
Discussion led to the statement that
'th city's present catchbastna were
1 mo mnall and slioull be enlarged. Mr.
' Rml;e advancrd the liifurniation that
. thti Iron In the catchbaHlna waa very
, gMid, vihU'b lod Council lo smile. .
i quest Inn of a new sewer district era
the hilt leading into the South End
RoHd was up for discussion. City En
gineer ahowed a plat of the proposed
district, draining some 73 lota and
costing fits a lot. This embracea a
sewer down the Routh End Road ana
n Into th Willamette.
Council met In apeclul seaslon
Thuisdsy evening with Mayor Rrown
ell present, Recorder Stlpp and. Coun-
cllmen Hurke. Anurcsen, noiman
Roiiko nnd Michaels In -attendance.
An ordinance was pned providing
for the Improvement of Lower Twelfth
street; also for the creating of a sewer
district on Ninth and Taylor atreeta,
to be called district No. 6.
City Ennlnerr Nobel made report
rsardln the water coming down tb
canvnn from Kanaaa City and running
nWashlngton street, HeHflvlsed
building of a cement sewer or culvert
serosa the street and jon down to me
Abernelhv. at a cost of 11000. iVThls
Vmld be taken down on the weat side
of John. Adama street for a distance
of 400 feet. A temporary makeshift
would coat $200 was the report, coun
ell ordered the City Engineer to see
nronertv holders relative to their pay
ln a part, those being benefitted to
nuv. . .. ,
Mayor Rrownell had been naked by
Commander Bill, of the O. A. R.. rela
Hva to m aDDroorlatlon from Council
tnr namirnt on Day expensea. L,iiue
discussion had but no aennue acuwn
Mayor Drownell reported that two
merchant a on the hill had made com
nlalnt aa to boys still riding on the
.it.aii with wheels, etc Mr. Hoi
man thnnrht the bovs were doing prn
. wall tn oherlna- ordinance: others
thnnrht the eomnlalnt was not quite
fnir. as boya seemeo to oe apjng di
they could. "
Complaint mane tnai eome ooya nu
cut down the notlcea as to rldltjg.
Mr. Andresen moved that the street
oommlttee sod City Engineer be given
power to adjust tne question 01 siae
on Madison street at Sixth street
corner, making necessary eonrmtkma,
etc. Granted. '
Manager of the racmc i.tepnu..,
Co. aald he had been ordered to move
certain poles. Wished l-ouncu wo...
find where tney wanmu "I
had been forced to move the same
poles twice now. .
Mr. Andresen asked that the Street
Commissioner be instructed to lay
sidewalks on Molalla avenue and
Duane atieet and tax up coat to prop
erty owners. It was found that due
notice had been given property hold
ers snd the work -wss ordered pro
ceeded with, Council wlahlng that the
work be done In time for Decoration
ft.- tt ..it . .tyy.it a to tne sewer on
Washington and Ninth, which h said
waa too .near tne p o f- ,
Waa informed that It was to b low
ered as the street was nmaneu.
ferrcd to the street committee
IN TRESPASS CASE
MISS MOULTON SAYS RAILWAY
PEOPLE MAY USE LAND BUT
NOT BUILD FENCE.
MUST BUILD WALKS.
Street Commissioner Will Proceed to
Build for Delinquents.
Peoule livinx on Molalla avenue and
Duane street or at least part of them
-lnve not built sldawalka as ordered
by Council some five months ago.
And as no Improvement is being made
along that line at present It looks to
the City Fatht-rs aa if tne people liv
ing there did not Intend to obey the
Recorder Stlpp repotted thst due
notice hod been given, according to
the reports of Council, In consequence
that body auUiorlxed the street uom
mlssloiier to get busy and build the
walks and charge them trp against
the properties. And Council said to
finish them before Decoration Day, tor
use on that occasion. .
Glover Case Dismissed.
Tho "f heJMatMf--Oregow--
J. C. Glover, on appeal from the jus
tice Court, haa been dismissed by Cir
cuit Judge Campbell.
A Good Pic
1 . .. '.'.- '"
The kind- you
will Jikc jtp sec,
wJIl be disap
SHOWING ALWAYS THE BEST :
Charging that the Portland Railway.
Light & Power Co. la attempting to
fence In her land at Gladstone. Miss
Eva U.xMoulton Thursday filed a suit
axslnid the company to restrain It L
from trespassing upon hey property.
and obtained temporary Injunction
from Circuit Judge Campbell. .Miss
Moulton Is the owner of fractional
block "B" adjoining the company
right f way and a ay a the company
threatona to dig holes and plant posts,
with the object or building a fence on
her proierty. The north line of frac
tlonal block "B" Is the south line of a
street at .Gladstone. The company's
rlRht jf way extends nine feet on the
property, and when Mlaa Moulton con
structed a residence there she ob
tained permission to remov the fence
"I have no especial objection to mo
company using nine feet of my, bloc
for a right of way." said Miss Moulton
Thursday afternoon, "but I do object
to it placing a t-foot wire fence .In
f rort tot-mjL,Bix)pcrty.i
As -part of the company s pians
whatever they may be we eee the
company attempting to build a fence
on the property of Miss Eva Moulton.
iu nutakfrta of the Tillage. Miss
I Monlton says she has no objection to
iv. muiif takinc nine feet of her
nronortv for rlsbtofway. if they need
it imt she haa objection to the com-
Dronerty. and If she can she Intends
to stop It. She ssys the proposea
fence will encroach on her property
and she won't stand for a fence en
croachment In sneaking of the matter Gladstone
officials declare that the railway Is not
now on tne 01a riKnmiwnj, um
hs been shifted within the past iew
years. But at that they Bay that the
matter haa been taken up with the
railway offlclala and that they have
agreed to work with the village In get
tin the "ne where It belongs In the
center of the two half streets with a
view to making a handsome boule-
a .k....v tha vtuaee. Ana i"
company has agreed to put the railway
. t,.i with the street and not
eight or ten Inches in tne air, u.... 1
It unsightly ana incouveu.cu...
The GladBtone officials wish to get
on with the O. W. P. officials without
friction. If possible, and to that end
effort Is to be made to meet the com
pany half way. It Is necessary that
both the railway people and the city
offlclala work together If the vll age
la to be beautified, and naturally It is
to the Interest of both parties to have
the village made as neat as possible.
It Is claimed that there Is an op-
...u for handsome boulevard
If therallway people will do their part
. .bin. it haauttful. The roa
fit ercrat-tots nd in that way a por
tion of the expense may be cared for.
Property owners are to be Interviewed
In the mstter. . ..4 1'
ACCUSED OF DRAWING KNIFE.
OF FARMING LIFE
92 IID ANNIVERSARY
WAS DULY CELEBRATED
ODD FELLOWS HAVE ENJOYABLE
TIME REBEK.AHS WERE THE
-GUESTS OF THE EVENING.
The 92nd anniversary of the first
estsbllshmont of the I. O. Of F. Lodgs
waa celebrated Wednesday evening at
the I. O. O. F. Hall, and a large crowd
Was In attendance, the Rebekahs be
ing Invited guests. The exercises were
held In the hall, and tha program waa
followed by a banquet In Willamette
Hall, the tablea being prettily dec
orated. Everything the market could
afford was served to the guests and
membera of the order. Ths Gladstone
Order, which was recently organised,
...ntri iii hndv. During tha ban
quet hour Patterson Brothers' orches-1
trr furnished music, wincn
Judge G. B. Dlmlck opened the pro
gram of the evening with an address,
and was followed by a vocal eelectlon
by Oscar WoodBn, accompanied by
Mlas Mabel Volkmar; vocal Bolo, Miss
M. Gertrude Falrclough, accompanied
by Mlsa Volkmar; duet, Mrs. E. H.
Cooper and Mrs. W. C. Green; selec
tion. Patterson Brothers orchestra 7
Mrs K! W. SCOtt.
One of the featurea of the evening
was the presentation of a beautiful
past patriarch collar of the encamp
ment to H. a. iyiKni. i"
tlon Kpeech being made by Hon. O. B
Dimlck, and was responded to by Mr.
telghton. " ' ' .
The oommlttee In charge of the af
fair wss R. J. Hodgson, B. W. Soott,
it w TMmhuh. John Dowry. William
Uerggrean, and this proved one of the,
most successful affairs of this nature
ever given by the I. O. O. F. Looge.
8amuel Robacker and Jamea E. Gage
Quarrel Over Bag of Barley.
Samuel Robacker , and James E.
Gaee. of Clalrmont. made a deal for
the five acre place which Gage owned
In that place, and Robacker took pos
session Thursday. Id making the shift
of goods and chattels Thursday after
noon Robacker and Gsge got Into sn
altercation over a bag of barley and
the story la that there came near be
ing bloodshed. .
At any rate Gage went Into Justice
court and swore out a warrant for
Robacker on the charge of threatening
to do bodily harm, with a knife, and
Deputy Sheriff Miles wss sent out to
get the accused.
EASTERN 8HAD CROP.
WASHINGTON. April 27. Those
who claim that shad Is the moat palat.
sl.i. of all fish need have no fear that
the day Is near when they will not be
able to plesse their palates with It.
Immense catches of shad along the
Atlantic Coast this year are attributed
bv Commissioner TJowers. of the Bu
reau of Flnherles, to the fact that in
the last tew years the -Bureau has
planted between 100.000,000 and 125,
OOO.Oiio shsd yearly on the coaat. Ten
veara ao the shffd had been depleted;
he said, and it was feared there never
again would be any big esicnes hk
tnose of the "old days." .
SHOULD BE STUDIED. AS CLOSELY
AS THE CROP
"' OF IT.
. ...j. m.Lin it hxautlful. The roa
runa through a handsome country and
when properly conatnicted a railway
floes not mar the beauty of the sur
roundinKS. Gladstone offlclsls. since
.iirin with the railway people, reei
dent -that ' tne "Tie enec - imr"r
ments will be made,
WOULD ABOLISH SENATE.
Socialist Congressman Thinks Body
Has Outlived Usefulness.
WASHINGTON. April 27.-Vctor
Bercrr. of Milwaukle, the Socia 1st
member of Congress. In a resolution
Introduced today, not only proposes
to abolish the Senate., but alms to
strlko from the hand of the President
the veto power and take from the
courts authority to Infalldate legisla
tion enacted by the House of Repre
sentatives. All th's proposed as an
amendment In the Constitution, which,
If nctltloned for by 6 per cent of the
rvoters in each State, ahall be suumib
ted to a general rererenaum. n
."The Senate has run Its course,
said Mr. Berger. after his threatening
iiocumcnt hsd been dropped Into the
honner on the Speaker's desk. j
"It must some day. as with the
British House of Lords, yield to the
popular demand for Its reformation or
COUNCIL FAILS TO ACT.
Discusses Proposition of Appropriating
. nar.oratlAn Day Expenses..
Ths O. A. R. boys want Council to
bear part of the expense of Decoration
Day, and through Commander Bill
Thurs-lay night called attention to the
needs In the matter. wiyot on.r
.i.t that ha understood Council
h.rf nnne this In the past, to which
rmiriert assented, but while the propo-
w.. tl.y-iiaiu.r1 no BOtlOO WBS
Blliuu " a w - " ' -
taken In the matter.
HOW HUCH DOES ANY CROP COST
a Question That the Wlae Farmer
Prepares Himself to Anewer- '
' Should Know Possibilities
of Farm or Field.
DOWN SOUTH END ROAD
WATER WILL- BE- RUN
SEWER TO DRAIN THAT PART OF
TOWN WILL COST ABOUT
$10,000. - ; , ,
City Council haa had no end of trou
ble with the waters coming down the
South End. -Bond, which are drained
from the surface of nearly an hundred
lots on the top of the hill to the soutn
of the town. And the natural outlet
for these watere Is down the South
End Road. . -
Beveral plans have been studied
but after due consideration It appears
that the best plan is to make a sewer
district, taking In all the lots bene
fitted, and build a permanent sewer
snd charge the lots benefitted for the
cost ' "
The City Engineer has studied the
field to be drained and says that It
will cost 110.000, or abont $145 a lot.
This will mean that the waters In this
district will be carried into the" Wil
lamette without damage to street or
abutting property, and without flood
ing the South End RoM to! tha annoy
ance of people who are forced to use
it durlna- or Just after a storm. Coun
cil .will consider thla matter further
but the sewer is very nxeiy to oe nunc
CORVALUS, Or-, April 7. The
financial side of farming, the world's
greatest industry, is- almost entirely
neglected by both the farmer ana tne.
schools.'' says Dean J. A- Bexell of the
Oregon Agricultural College, author of
a volume on "Farm Aunt,nE DI
Business Methods" now In its atxtn
"Prntuinr Rullev tit NW YOrK SB1U.
In discussing the mater of his own
State, In visiting practically every
farm in one of the counties of the
State, we did not find one man who
knew how much It cost him to pro
yt.,yw mill, nr in raise anv of his crops.
"The Secretary of Agriculture, In
recent Tear Books, points out the re-
. 1 . 11. 9n p ... yi
markaDie prosperity n i" '"-
that the export of farm products is
vast I v in excesa of all other exporta
combined; that a million agricultural
debtors hsv been transformed during
.v.. let tan vsnra Into the same num.-
f her of surplus depositors that con-.
trarr to hla reputation, tne Tanner
a great organizer, and he has achieve
remarkable and enormous buccot-wjh
In many lines of economic eo-operatlon .
In which the people of other oscnpa
tlons have either made no beginning
or have nearly, It not completely,
fullad. He nolnts out that most farm
ers live better.than the average march-,
ant or mechanic. ... 1
It is doubtless true that the farm
er Is becoming a factor, to be reck
oned with in the business woria; mat
the average farmer knows vastly mote
aboul scientific farming than his fath
er did. - lie onaernnuui uii
oughly the value of proper cultivation,
of fertilisation, of rotation of crop",
and of diversified, fsrmmg. But 11
can not be said that he owes his suc
cess to Improved business methods.
He has been auccessnil rather m apite
of his Ignorance in this respect, and
. IV. l.vlah Anrnalt flf
uwnuiw ui iu. . p--"'
mother nature. k " -'
The, eollexa la now aivlng courses
in farmbuslness management by mall
for th benefit of those who can aoi
attend the courses aft ' the college.
8ome fifty have already completed
the course. - '
A' great many gates are needed n
the farm. There's the propogate, the
fumigate, the Irrigate, the subjugate,
the blg-ate. and the- little gate, and
nthnra that might be mentioned. .
CEMENT SEWER PROPOSED.
u.t.r rrom Kansas City Must
Cared for Some Wsy.
Th question of caring for the water
coming down the canyon from Kansas
City hss given Council no little annoy
ance. Wishing to solve the difficulty
City Engineer Noble was Instructed
to make plans to care for It and re
port He advises that a cement cul
vert or aewer be built down the can
yon and along th west aide of John
- . .! WANT u 1 s ,
. 5 to 20 Acre Farms-Near Oregon City
We have several buyers waiting and many corniog.
If your place is for sale and the price right come and
see us at once.
' We F. SCHOOLEY & CO-
Phono; Paclflo M0. , Homa A-15S. . S Main BV Oregon City.