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' f-Triotlone for th" Morning
The only dally nowopopor bo-
twoon Portland and Satan! eJr
latoa In ovary eeetlon of Ciaeka
ma County, with a pop lotion f
SO ,000. Aro you art dvertleerf
Peb Week, 10 Cents
OREGON CITY, OREGON, SUNDAY, APRIL 30, 1911.
n o RN
1TED, CHIEF .
AY0- SIMON EXPRESSES AP;
pdOVAL OF CMItrt ACTION
COX DENIES OUILT.
pi IOURNSJNDICTKENT AT 2:30
of Permitting DWot to Opor
lM WUhout intorforonoo Claim
Othtn Blam Him to Shlld
onBTLANH. Or., April $9. (Spe-
j,,! )-odU-itd for malfoaaane In of
M lbli afternoon by tho county grand
mr ChM if 1'ollro Cog will tomorrow
L.k. -r Moon-, senior captain and act-
III bead of '' detectlv bureau, will'
bo ppulntf l Acting Chief of Police.
u, ill bo U command, of both branch-
n of tho ! ! '.
Th. lntltt tiiM-nt, which wta returned
30 thin afternoon, charge lu brief
,Ui ibe Chief permitted crtlo dt
orifflr hour to operate without mo-
wii!on. In speaking! hla Indict-
rot this afternoon Chief Cox said.
-tin tot guilt. tho charge made
tb Indictment. 1 am (he victim of
rttromiituiwi'i": that la, I have done
W Soty I hovo aeon It, but otliert
kir sought to hlamo mo for thing,
Mijot Simon approved tho action
ukra by On and will accept hla re
ICHOOt TEACHERS IN WRECK.
BY VALT DOUG ALL ? .
LStrHCiNTtMHlAL WAR PtRlOO JOKE.-
OWING TD A DISAGREEMENT AS TO
PRFf-FflFNTT HHP DPfl. IFT.TFn
BUG DF PARTMFNT F niTF n ttV
Mt55R5 ROBIN, CHALONER .
THAW AND OTHER PROMINENT
tWTUM0L0&l5T5 MU3T Be
DECLARED OFF INDEFINITELY.
SOMETHING FltKCER WILL
If yuy frvm rVLmd H a Me
wlmrii d ltoilt froi Holland.
for tirat OJtawar
VVUn ftlfj marry It it A wocJon
SpTtng will b licre.offlcUJK
Cro H9 bo-ra decUrcd ruind
WMT rORTtte AMBULANCE
ipv I BE FOUND INSTEAD NEXT WEEK
f I THINK i 'M lf OW-MVCll-
ICHVCCRAIV ?y i ov - TTT
Wkilc Ml&ft Pearl Kinsman
. . . , i
she UiDtU find bruised hcH
self Vvfti'ly on tt landing.
PARTIES WANTING GOOD
BLACK DIRT IN TH& EAOT
PART Of-TOWN 5HOULP
.t r -
!ulon Train Ooot Over Bank Kill
tA8TONr., April 19. A train
Birrlm a school toachera excursion
ttm I'Hca. N. Y.. 1 Atlantic City
liapei the track at Martina Crook.
X& oiitht mllea north of bore thla
. Ot ive reported over the bank and
tmt- It lo ootlmatod that KH) aro
Bflroad offlclala are aummotiiitg
rfkal bulp from all polnta.
TMtV HAD MO IN5TM4$TANEOUS I
ouerlT war PifclyeiLlHECBUJLTlPHQTOG
To., 've me the Harr
J.vvttK oi.o Jcyr
ESTACADAl PRINCIPAL SAID TO
HAVE, USED INFLUENCE TO
8 HUT OFF OREGON CITY.
OOZE FILES VIGOROUS PROTEST
Local Debating Team Refuted An Op
portunity to Try For Champion
ship of Clackamas School
rwlarlnv that H M. James. Drlncl-
nnl nf tha Rstacada school, used his
influence and position aa bead of tho
debating aeparimem oi ine ucHuuma
County School League, to ahut the
Oregon City hlgn school out or a
chance to flght for the championship.
Prod J. 8. Tooze, supennienaeni 01
the Oregon City schools, hat filed a
protest with the officers of the league
against any team claiming the cham
pionship until aner toe proiesi n
Kvldnc6 in the matter or the pro
test will be heard on Saturday of
WWVORK TO REBUILD CAPITAL.
ALBANY. N.. Y April 29.-Tho
tut trchltect haa gpproved plans for
.lit rebuilding of the New York 8tsie
The plant Involving an ex
IS BADLY NEEDED
COMMERCIAL CLUB STILL HAS
PLAN TO ERECT STRUCTURE
ON MAIN STREET.
j building at once to to hare the tame
I In readiness to meet thla summer's Ira
PARKPLACE WINS DEBATE.
Affirmative OeU Decision Over Etta
cada High School.
Parkplac won the Joint debate Frl
dny night between the ParKplace high
school team and the Estacada high
arh(Nl. The debate took place in the
auditorium of the Parkplace hlKh
school and waa well attended by pat
rona and frlenda of tho ochool. Tho
question for debate waa , "Resolved.
Poorly fitted glasses ate the
cause of much of the blind
ness of this country
-V t, '
padlture of $9,000,000 are now before AlrT Ar U,V that life Imprisonment, wun
UteTnLe. of Public DuUdlng. PRESENT QUARTERS OUT OF WAY rpltJ-rnl'h-ntln'-oCnr
n will replace the single building
:Ut as dc-Htroyed.
ItAVERS WIN FROM SENATORS-
PORTLAND. Or.. April t9 (8ie-
ttal.) Portland today won from Sao-
rtarato liv a scoie of 7 to t. This
Rti the IK-iivers In the lead with
wcentage of fl!3. San Francisco la
Parkplace took the affirmative and
I won the neDaie oy me uhiuhuuui
of the judges, County School 8upenn
. ..i r-nrv inhn w iMlar and Pro-
feasor L. A. Read, of Portland. The
Parkplace debatert were Fay rrencn
Fourth Floor and Hundreds of
Visitor! Ntvtr See Dis
play of Products.
ir..ih uanitricks and Henry Leuen.
berger, and the Estacada team waa
composed of Russell Belts, Malcolm
Wardle and Kitty Reagan.
$25,000.00 ; HOME
LOCAL LODOE AUTHORI2ES Bia
..BOND ISSUE AND GETS
, S2.500 FIRST DAY.
SOUClTa COMMITTEE IS NAKED
Home and Club Hcute to Bo Con
structed on Lott Recently Pur
chased Fronting Main
FRED J. S. TOOZE. tuperlntondont of
- tho Oregon City schools, who hat
filed a protest against he action of
Professor James, of Estacada, In
hutting evt'iOie debating team of
the Oregon City high school.
; Come in nd let us talk over that complaint you have
against your glasses." Our advice is absolutely free
whether you buy anything" or not We can help you
7 and may be the means of saving your eye-sight j vj
Good glasses the bniy kind ourleputation wul per
mit us to sell are a delight and should not cause
you dread or discomfort Let us show you why.
Come in today. Delays are dangerous. .
Oregon City Jewelers ' Sospension Bridge Corner
FEDERAL BUIUDIMG -
VILL COST $75,000
WHITE SOX TODAY.
Th Puhllrltv Commute oi iu"
Oregon City Commercial Club will
I ... . I oAt 'I'ltaBtUl 11 T
MU.lthr.H1. ' Ill, 81." Steen wa. ,0Vil!.or Price Bros. Moot Portland T.am at
ltlb box t.Mlny and held the Senatort f the Dr0poed exhibit pavilion Cansmah Park Thla Afternoon.
I. o.Hl shao. .hirh I- to be olacod on tho Weln- There will be good bate ball game
. . h.r(i Brooerty acrott the ttreet from at Canemah. Park
gov R.fuasd to Attend School. h. court house. - 1:30 wh . tne J
- ' i tnnniha the cninmuiw meet me rnce, mm - "
Cearte Hover, the II year Old eon rur j,.....i -
fMnlloyrr. wag commltteed to the jj" ad recognlxed tor more The line-up of the local team will be
iMd O.rls Aid Society by County lh, year th t h. publicity worK o a fowt:
. . . . a taban i . nnfrt ai I'liin i uriuB v-' i uuii . ntiui - r
-.wnea.io saiuruay aim w v- .ine v.. - - - -- - - , ulnnd ha.. Freeman; third
J Portlanaj-ypecuty SherlOII.", fVhnaccesBablllty of tho puuttclty UHerMUIer; right Held. RUtenhouse
toung nv,r had tteadfastty refuted 1,'tt,."er7 wblch have been main- center, Smith; left. P. Long,
tt attend i h.t ..i i n v fmrth floor of the Ma-
- - n . ii.ii... alnpa the nubllclty
dPartnient wat organlted two yeara
.i.m rtreenn Cltv Lodge No.
..on D.n.ni,nt and Protective Order
g lOiJ. ociiv""v' .
kii,. .. l'niiMt fltates of Amen-
Ul cmJ "'w - al . I
ca apwlnted a c.mmmee oi iuiij
i 5g!g 1 - '
II f" . ,:. ;
UUkiaMtl arattAoal PSalaaslB
rn iy i os 'vt t
J. Kruger. of Highland, passea
. . i a an
urw An MU T lirdRT mnriiiilK. Aill It r
,f b-i vanrs. He was ouru
and hat been resident ot
...,.,,1. nf Clacktmtt v oiiiujr I r,.k, for manv years
A iiio I" ... iii,. I - . .t
whore they may no tn j - xhe Interment win isko pmce in i
northweeteriy Und the program or me coroumiT-- Hlhiand cemetery Bunaay.
m. r.. tn a very groat extent ,
"WintH punevni. ' an. m away un
41 The commntw hot on y on rom I t he ace of
Oregon ( . and vlc.nlty-r.ir. 'iXST tii"
A. I I VJ wr - a Uli-Ka " "
Ttiefe are five
ana mo iruB .
h.. hnmnered to a very great extent
MmMn"'aome advantage, of pub-
tj-...r nn Main -Street
dUCta Of UICim r"v " -
be maintained in me eu."
"r . . .. .. in I.- wk.ra neonla can
where peop .can "t. mean.
to pass inai w7. the
of stimulating .n Interest among : th.
th. eounty to grow oeuer . m rit vdofi ffiar
the farmer, to exhibit their - fine Af.f c1f afjJ faWpQ
.Th.. -te . In this display room. II WftUV VUV
l'""" " ' . .! lia Willi nf,i t9 1
L rr Will pay qo
111" -, . nin - .
&jeSttgg3i a tree. and give the
:'":ih'.?:'r.":,: S. . Will come and cut and
fr , rar-P-- takeaway; faV bni
Z c""y noveltlee aro her in run Chb .n-ndlng a great J" 1 w " " V .
" . . i t a, nriii ar unuuiw l a
. trt "ruling- thi ...toV. l!fflU wb
12 00 to' M OO.
to Cl.cx.mao i.tn
Dot a twtll buch of L. Sy J ,cco7ntdot 'their 'cold reoeptlon to If fli 15 COfds O
"tt In th. much talked of ehare .'tC0Cn. WUh thla office where It ADOUl COrot "
f tattama. ih.. hummer. n'.,;",..j k. all. the newcomer . a...
' fttoms; thty'r hummers ould be found by all. the "mjjr J ft ffCCS.
Tt It to btlltv. . Luld feel t home and with i the .a-1 WOOO in WCta.
urance that the uomraeri;
an Interoot In him, n wumu w
inclined to locate her. - ;
fTVj. kualiiaaa malTI (II IUIB -
t US UUt3i iiren
Interetted In th erection ofth. pro-
posed office tna aispiaj .
reallx thf benefit to b dor vedther
. . - j ..Kt ttia nnhllcltyTom-
rrom ana - .
mlttee wilt order th erection of the
Mot Uk Other
' Ith and Main
N. W. B0WUND
307 Sixth Street
I n.t xV mt 9 n'plnrlc. In the office
of County School Superintendent
Gary. Mr. Tooze on Saturday made
the following statement:
Mr James rime here on a Sunday
mnA irniel for a debate between
Oregon City high ochool and Estacada
high school, to be held at wtacaaa.
On the following Monday he cancelled
this date, and entered into an ar
rangement with the Mount Pleasant
debating team to debate Estacada,
shutting out Oregon City. Hla pre
text was that two sttmentt oi me vie
tn n toum hud llatened to a de
bate on the same subject at P.rkpl.ce.
Thlt claim waa not well grounaeu, ior
all of the member, of the Mount
Pleasant team had listened to the
earn debate, and I to Informed him.
The Est.c.da team afterward, de
feated Mount Ple.sant, and then de
bated an entirely different question
last night with the Parkplace team,
losing the debate.
"VY have no controversy with Park
place, but the action of Mr. James
ha. effectually nut u. on. ana we
BILL INTRODUCED IN 8ENATE TO
ERECT STRUCTURE AT
United State. Senator Chamberlain
hag Introduced a bill In the Senate ap
propriating $75,000 for the purchase of
a site and the erection of a federal
building at Oregon City. At nearly
every session of Congress a similar
bill h.a been Introduced, sometimes
having died. In a committee and last
session Bourne's bill passed the Sen
tte but was never acted upon In the
The Oregon City Commercial Club
la planning to back up Senator Cham
berlain and will at once enlist the aid
ft cnatnr Rnurne. and Congressmen
Hawley and Lafferty. It it believed
that the tpproprlatlon can be secured
iv,i aaaalnn of Conerett. provided
the local commercial organization will
nrk fnrrefnilv to that end. and the
fact it recognized that never before
hat the Oregon congressional delega
tion had the united support of th Ore
gon City business men and property
The local postofflee ha. for tome
year, suffered from lack of adequate
quarter, and the business hag grown
tn surh an extent that a federal build
ing Is badly needed here.
,. riba 125.000 building
W. H.'BAIR AND W. L MUlvt'i "n"" ,
W. H. Balr, William u iwuivey aim
B. T. McBaln, to .ecur tubscriptions
for an Issue of $25,000 .lx. percent
bond., for th purpose of erecting
within th next year, a proper, num
and club house on the property recent
ly purchased from W." P. Hawley.
Within fifteen minute th memoer.
, n, i..hurihi for over $2500 of
the bond. In amount, ranging from
$100 to $400 .nd It I. aimoai a inr
gone conclusion that within a year
from date the lodge will be doing bual
ness within It. own wall., after which
the initiation fee will probably b
doubled. ' ' . ,wi
' Anyone not an KIk I. ellglbl to
uhscrlb for the bond, and the tub
acrlption list will be open for al
month, from M.y 1. mi.- - No money
will be accepted prior to January
191 1. but plana and tpeclflcttlon. can
not be .ubmltted to contractor, until
the entlr l.su I. .ubacrlbed.
Booater. of Oregon City and Clack a
mas county, a. alo of Elkdom, now I.
your chance to .how your loyalty.
Every new building added to th city
Good Time College Wednesday,
ft... v.itnm-inv la thn course of study
to be given on Wednesday evening at
the Congregational church at the Good
Time. College given oy me oamruj
Club: Enrollment, 8:00 p. m.; class
organization. 8:30; One arte concert.
9 o clock; Fresiueni. receyuuu, .o.
Junior prom. 10:00; Freehmen-Sopho-more
tug of war, 10:30; football game.
10:40; commencement, tso uume;
10:60. , A .
Student, are requested to respond
promptly to bell signals.
Patronlx our advertltert.
A $30,000 lata . Production in 2
REELS. 8ee battles between
armed gladiators staged amid
Dazzling and Realistic 8onory.
OREGON CITY BEATS GRESHAM.
Local High School Team Win. By 11
to 9 Score.
Oregon City won by a margin of two
polnta In a hotly contested baaeball
game at Gresham Saturday afternoon.
Th. arore hv the official record being
lit tatla favor of Oregon. Clty- .... ...
Battery for Gresham High achooi:
Thompson, pitcher; Sunday, catcher.
For Oregon City. Telford, pitcher;
Fredericks, catcher. In the sixth In
ning Oregon City bottled four runs.
Telford made a three bagger In the
ninth and all th player did tome
good batting. Gresham put up a good
game, the Oregon City bunch having
their work cut out for them. Gretham
will play here next Saturday.
Trvlng to quiet a fretting baby It a
hard task, but trying to quiet an ac
cusing conscience la a harder one.
.tw,.,M i.a alven an opportunity fo con-
' ..7 t i...kin Parkntace'
test tor ine cni"pi"""- - --
cannot claim It, and a. long a. Eta-
... mtt ma pnrta nly shall
cairn ""v . . ... toi.
clahTv tlic right to debate with Park-
nlace?' V' " - ' ' - - V"
j l. iUu ..tl.ur nrniMitv more valu-
able. whether next door pr ten blocka
' GRAHAM-GOULD WEDDING.
NEW" YORK, April 9.--Jr Gould,
second son of the railroad magnate,
was married today at St. Jamef
Church to Mlas Anne Dougla. Oraham.
Miss OraTiam 1. the only daughter of
Mr.. Herbert Vo who before her mar
Hag w. Princes Kalkltanl. of Ha
waii. , . -; '; -
Jay Oould'. present fo hi. bride win
be a house which I. to be erected on
Fifth avenue. The wedding presents,
aid to be numerou. and co.tly, were
hot displayed. " "
5 to 20 Acre Farms Near Oregon City
We have several buyers waiting and many coming.
If your place is for sale and the price right come and
see as at once. '
w R srriooLEY Cl CO.
D.rin MJtO. Horn A-158. S1Z Main
The Oregon Qty Wosic House
Pl.no. Ora.n.'.nd Graphophon. aM 8ln0.r'SowlnB Machines the
: " b..t machln. made; ooW on Intt.llmonU of $2 per month.
' a. h. sturges
7tli and Ccfltct St3o