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OREGON CITY, OREGON, '.TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1911.
Pes Wot, 10 Casro
mas take m
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THIRD IMPORTANT POUT ON
PACIFIC TO BE CAPTURED
ISBUiN ALSO RUMORED CAPTURED
Mkflo Are Gaining Ground and May
, loon Havt Full Control of
the Masloan Sltua-
; nu or mbxico. Mar i. npe-
ctf (Colonel Jose Iteltram, assisted
tr un and marluca of Iht gunboat
Timplro yesterday repulsed lhi re
lt aho marked Maxatlan, The at
1Kli wss tx'Kuii In the forenoon and
continued throughout the greater part
at Ibo day.
TV Impart mrnl ' of ' War haa alao
nx-elrea r'MHa of a battle at Cbeltla,
gtite of I'lishlo. The rebele are aald
It hue been routed by the rebeta.
KOOAl.K. Arias.. May L (Special.)
't It rumored her that tho rebels
kite raptured Maxatlan. The rumor
D0CCI.A8. Aria, May I (Bpwlal
-Tbr U an unconfirmed report cur
at here that lha rebele have cap."
tr4 the 1'aclflc port of Topolobampu.
TiU port li hut a short distance from
the fiila f Puerto ad Ban Blaa, re
Catiy captured 1y the rebele.
If tba repo'rte are to ba believed
rf rebels aeem to be gaining grotirld
ni sill! soon have the whole aliuatlon
a their control If they keep up Uie
sue tbry are netting now?
If.if?d BooeUrFaTTTatrment. '
.'etneaday evening a big meeting
till a hHd at tke-Clalrmont erhool
km A good programme will le
pttoi and aome of the man abo ara
wind In the new railroad will be
rat and give talks In regard to
ur yroptMMMl railroad. All ere In
iN o thlatneeilng.
PARTNERS AT DANCE
CALICO DANCK GIVEN BY WAR
NCR ORANGE tCENC OF
Th iicady Httle village of Nw Era,
ai nUi-i south of Oregon City, wan
rlM Saturday night at a calico
tact given by Warner Orange by the
ippariDr of three young ladlea In
lurrm,' aklrta. Two of them came
froia ranrmnh. and the tlllrd from
Ornoo City, but managera of the
uir aera careful not to give out
taelr namea. it ' la reported when
i7 rntert-d i he ball room, the aa
lMlhifiu waa ao great that the or
Antra flopped playing. The three
Mi are veritable "bellea of the
til" all the evening and did not lack
tor pirtnrra, aa the awalna of that
aseikin fell over themaelvea. to en
Wr danpa with the" wearers of the
-birrin" gowna. Thla la the flratap
fiia of the 'harem',"ekirt In
Oregon City and vicinity
81mwrf; weaterly wlnda.
Oregon Showers; weaterly
ldi. - .
the Morning Bnterprlae.
no" vaunn man are waarlna
dotha. Wa'ra nnt aatlaflad with
"iklmmlnQ along' or drlftln9rt
,"" cloth., quaatlon. '
r alwaya going up higher
price hut ouallty on plana
waelvea. If you are a keen ob
72' of tyle dont fall to aee the L.
wm elothaa thay are In a c'aa
Nrt. .. 15 0 M.0O. ,
"Htlon givta aatlafactlon. r
Nat Liks Othen
Mh and Main SW
LABOR WAR BREAKS
OVER BUSY CHICAGO
RAILROADS AND . BUILDING CON
TRACTORS HELD UP BY MAY.
1 STRIKE IN WINDY CITY.
" CHICAUO. May 1. (Special.)
There are fully IS.oito men out on
atrlke here today. The alorm that
has been hovering over the city for
weeka druKe today when more than
Sooo men were-added to'lhe number
already on atrlke.
Fallowing in Hat of atrlkea and
lockouts, ejvlth the number involved:
Malntenanceof-way employee, 2J00;
brlckinakera, 2500; building trades,
Qinio; marble workers, 300; mlacel
luneoua trades, goO; total, 12,000.
Following a refuaal of the fieneral
Managera' Aaaoclatlon to recognize
the lirotherhood of Maintenance of
Way Employee or to make a general
contract coverlug the all rallroada In
the city where the men are organized
II. A. Verpla, vlce-prealdent of the or
ganization ordered a atrlke thla after
Report a tonight Indicate that most
of the meri responded to the order
and efforts will be made to extend the
strike to other roads. The rallroada
Involved are: Illinois Central termin
al, aa far aouth "aa Harvey; Chicago,
Milwaukee St. Paul terminal, Balti
more ft Ohio terminal; Chicago junc
tion Railroad. Indiana Harlor Belt
A committee repreaentlng the Chi
cago at Nortnweatern Kaurnma em
ployee arrived In the city aeeklng an
agreement covering the entire ay atom.
If the negotlatlona fall, It waa said
the men would Join thoae on atrlke oh
the other rallroada. Fearing that tha
which may occur, the atrlke or
der Instructed them to turn in keys
and all property beloglng to the var-
totia companlea and to get receipts for
The atrlke order affects block signal
repair men, carpentere, palntera,
track-walkera, aectlon laborers, lamp
men, hrldae and building laborera,
water aupply men and various klnda
of laborers, skilled and unskilled em
ployes In railroad termlnala.
A number of additional atrlkea were
called today. In the plumbera-ateam-Bttera'war.
Both aides, however, con
sented to meet with the committee of
contractor toniorrow in fen endeavor
to adjust the difficulty; If the unlona
fall to agree on peace terma the coa
tract ore have threatened to altut down
all their work Indefinitely, aa they aay
ft la Impossible to proceed under ex
iatin conditions, with aome of the
tradce at work and othera on atrlke.
-AT.di a- TRAVEL PAR TO WED.
Come Prom Prlnevllle to Be Married
by W. H. H. Sameon.
Justice W. Ifc-Mr flamson ye"
...i.vi ii. wiihim ana tiarry at. n.'
D.inavitia in marriage. The
couple came from Prlnevllle to Ore
gon City on purpose to be married
t Samaon. They left after the cere-
fnr nrnwnav O.
Miss Wlthsm formerly resided In
nu nit haa many frtenda
here. While living here ahe worked
in F. O. Lenta confectionery aiore,
T. B. KILLIN MAY BE CANDIDATE
Former Commlaaloner Urged to Run
Per Another Term.
i t M.irtlitn nf Wood burn, waa
thJoit vaaterdav meeting old friends,
u. Himn waa formerly a resident
FIRSTS GAME OF THE SEASON.
of KMIHt-Preclnrt, which waa named
In hla honor, and later lived at Canby
and many -of --hla old tlma frlenda
ara "urging him to' return to Clacka
mas county and become a candidate
fur county commlaaloner next year.
Mr. KHlin waa commlaaloner for a
term of four yeara but refuaed to
be candidate for a aecond term. '
THINGS SEEM QUIET
, LOS ANOELES. May 1. (8peclal.)
Roth aldea In the dynamite cas
aeem to be waiting for something.
There are no new developmente to
day. Sevoral of the labor leaders of
San Francisco have' come here to con
fer with the local union men regard
ing the rhargea agalnat prisoners.
Although everything Is quiet Prose
cutor Fredericks Is working with a
heavy calibre revolver within a few
Inchea of hla right hand, aa he alta at
hla deak overlooking the Jail In which
John J. McNamara, Jamea McNamara
and Ortle McManigal are confined.
Thla la an Indication that ho Is pay
ing more than passing attention to the
anonymous letters thst sre being re
ceived by him dally from aympathls
eis with the dynamiters
The one threatening letter which
Fredericks gave out Is dated New
York. April 2(5, and re aigned M. J.
Schmidt. The writer ssys he Is
"Cocky" Schmidt, one of the Indicted
men, and after declaring the McNa
maraa innocent, aay a:
"I am the man who set the bomb;,
but Hurna la 'not smart enough to
return when thla trouble la over, and
If the McNamaraa are convicted, I wllN
aveng.j them. I will kill you and
Hurna like doga. If you prosecute
thoae poor labor men you will proae-
cute yourself." ' .
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AROUND HAY POLf
PRETTY PARTY BY YOUNG LADIES
AT HOME r OP MISS ZIDA
Mtas Zlda Goldsmith waa the hostess
very pretty Msy Day party
home on Fourteenth and Main atreeta
Saturday evening, her guesta being
he roembora of the Gypaies, and one
waa asalated In the entertainment by
her sisters, the Misses Cells and Ber
tha Goldsmith. One of the features of
the evening waa the May Pole dance.
The pole waa erected in v the parlor
and presented a very attractive ap
pearance' after being laced with the
green and white atreamera by the
young ladlea. The remainder or tne
evening waa devoted to vocal and in
The room a . were very prettily de
corated with May flowers, the center
of the table being ornamented with a
miniature May pole, and the pl
card were handpalnted. ornamented
with panstea. while fnvors of Msy bas
kets filled with panalea were at each
place. A chafing dish luncheon waa
aerved to the following; Mra. M. D.
Latourette, Mra. L. A. Morrla. Mrs.
Walter Wells. Miss Kmlly O'Malley.
Mtaa Beaa Daulton. Mlaa- Helen Daul
ton, MIhs CIs Barclay Pratt and Mlsa
BANGOR HAS 16.000,000 FIRE.
BANGOR, Me., May l.(Speclal.)
Fire laat night destroyed 'property es
timated to be worth $6,000,00 and
left thousands of the citizens of Ban
gor homeless and hungry. Starting
at 6 o'clock last night It waa not until
7:43 thla morning that the Are waa
Anally extinguished. Help for the
Are Aghtera waa aent from a number
of New England towna but the task
I would-have -beeu-iiopelesa had not a
change of wlqd brought m providential
rain atorm to relieve the situation.
Nearly all the public buildings are
gne Including schools and churches.
The loss of life seems to he confined
to two persons with a sparse half doz
en In the hospitals. .The greatest
problem presented la that of feeding
the thousands of homeless and even
thoae who have homea.
The following were granted mar
riage licensee on Monday by County
Clerk Greenman: Ida Wltham and
Harry M. Elliott; Malva Dlllow and
John F. Bolle.
Oak Grove Baata Popcorn Klnga.
The Oak Grove baseball team de
feated the Popcorn Klnga Sunday at
Oak Grove, the acore being I to I.
Fisher, the Oak Grova catcher, waa
the alar player of the game.
JAP ANTARCTIC SHIP PAILS.
- hydnicy. N. S. W May ' l.-aTae,
Japanese Antarctic eteamer Kalnan
Maru, with 60 peraona aboard, arrived
here yesterday. The expedition
reached Cocklman Island, March 14,
but waa compelled to put back owing
to Icebergs and Icepacka encountered.
ThO cold killed 10 of the Eskimo dogs,
DAVENPORT BURIAL MAY 4. .
SILVERTON, Or., May 1. (Spe
cial.) Arrangements have been com
pleted here for the funeral of the late
T. W. Davenport, to be held Thurs
day at t:45 P. M. Mr. Davenport,
whose aon," Homer Davenport, la a
well known-cartoonist, will be burled
In the family plot In the Sllverton
cemetery. - " ,
PISHING SEASON OPENS WITH
HUNDREDS ON THE WATER
AND MORE ON SHORE
g;:e pmy taxes kc"e sixteen
River Below the Pall Crowded By
, Boats, Many Coming Prom Port
land to Participate n Sport
' The flatting aeaaon opened at noon
today with nearly a hundred boat a on
the river below the Falla. There were
twice aa many disciples of Walton out
after the fllnny beauties that come
into the Willamette, many of them
being compelled to fish from the rocks
because of the ahortage of boate.
During the earlier part of the day
a few flnb were brought In, but not nu
til evening did the boats arriving at
the landings abow that tho fishermen
had bad any great luck.
A party of sports from Salem took
borne alxteen fine aalmon and many
othera had good alagle catches. Some
of the better catches went to local peo
pfl and many more to thoae who came
from Portland. '
E. P. Eliiott and W. V .Allboff had
four, fine forty pounders to' show, as
did Charley Meyer an apartment
house keeper from Portland, who la
an ardent follower of Iaaac Walton
I. Holeman, of Portland, brought In
one forty pounder and W. Fj Backus,
a sporting goods dealer of Portland,
had two that weighed forty-five
. The scene on the river waa ex
ceedlngly Interesting and many per
sona lined the banks to, watch pro-
ceedlnga on the water. Some of the
boata nulled too far up Into the white
water and thla caused a number oi
amualng incidents that happily did
not reault In accldenta Taken alto
gether, Oregon Clty'a "Spring Open
ing-' waa decidedly a success.
68tTAnnlvar..ry of Gathering of SaKJ
tiara Hold May 2. 1MJ. ' I
The 68th anniversary of the found
Ing of American civil government on
tho Pad no Slope wlH he eeieoraiea
at Cham poet; today. The principal
speaker will be C. B. Moores, of Port
land. A few flve-minute talka will
follow along the line of emphasis up
on the Importance of giving more at-'
teritlon In thla State to greater recog
nition of . significant historical anni
versaries. Admission day in Califor
nia. September 9. 1850, la made much
of throughout that State. That In
directly la the outgrowth of the action
of the settlers at Cbampoeg, May 2,
It la expected that F. X. Matthieu,
the only aurvlvor of the 102 persona
who took part in the original meeting
almost three acore and ten yeara ago,
will be preaent, notwithstanding he la
in hla 4th year.
Pratty ' Surprlae Friday Evening.
A moat enjoyable time waa spent st
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jamea. W.
McAnulty at Clackamaa Helghta on
Friday evening, the occasion being a
aurprise on Mra. McAnulty In honor of
her birthday annlveraary. Tha rooms
were prettily decorated for this oc
casion with narcissus and ferns. Pro
gressive whist wss the main feature
of the evening. A dellcloua banquet
waa aerved. Mrs. McAnulty wss the
recipient of a ahower of birthday
carda, which were presented tp her
by her frlenda present.
Present were Mr. and Mrs. Charlea
R. Livessy. Mr. snd Mrs. Jsmes W.
McAnulty. Mr. snd Mrs. John Scher
zinger, Mr. and Mra. Gilbert Kinder,
Mr. and Mra. aAlldredge, Mr. and Mrs.
Jsmes Burgess. Mr. and Mra. George
Short led ge.- Mr.-and Mra William H,
Godfrey. Mr. and Mra. W. Rittenhouse,
Death Follows Long Illness.
Mrs. Mollis Conley, of Portland, for
merly Miss Mollle Barclay, of thla
city, died at her home, 526 East Mill
atreet. in Portland, at 3:30 o'clock
thla morning. She was well known In
Oregon City, where she wss born and
A good, clean cut, honest young
man to take charge of our of
fices in thla eity.
Mutt furnlah beet of referencee
aa to honeaty and good charac
ter. xiemonatrated ability la what
counts. Show us wnat you are
and we will give you the beat
- opportunity for advancement
you can ask for.
506 Main St.
- Owing to a- fereakf li the ma- )
chtsery caused by a drunken
linotype operator during the ear-
ly part of tho evening, we are
unable to give our readera much
timely newa. The plant was out 4
practically three hours. This will
not happen again. "
raised. She la survived by her moth
er, Mra. Ida Barclay, of Portland; one
alster, Mrs. C. G. Gibson, of Portland,
and a brother, V. M- Barclay, of Port
land. Mra. Conley bad been HI for
aome time following an operation. Her
buaband died but two montha ago,
and aiuce that time ahe haa been fail
ing rapidly. George Laxelle, of thla
city, la sn uncle. The funeral will
take place at two o'clock this after
noon at the family home 626 Eaat
Mill Street. Portland.; Interment at
PORTLAND WHITE SOX WIN.
Crowd 8ee Local Team
Plecee In Eighth.
One of the largest crowds witness
ing a baseball game thla aeaaon. waa
at the Canemah Park on Sunday af
ternoon, when the Price Brothers
team played the Portland White Sox.
the acore resulting 5 to 3 In favor of
the White Sox. "Pete" Long pitched
the best game ever pitched at Cane
mah Park. Price Brothers had the
game until the eighth Inning when the
boys went to pieces, and the Portland-
era came out ahead.
Price Brothers will play Eaat Port
land Cuba next 'Sunday at the Cane
Paie Keith, wbo Uvea near the
Multsomah-Clackamas - county line,
waa before Justice Samatm yesterday
on a charge of threatening and at
tempting the murder of J. W. Taylor.
Keith waa brought In by Deputy D. E.
Froat. He plead not guilty. ' The
fkmliy of the accuaed la In hard cir
cumstances. A friend yesterday after
noon said that Kelth'a wife had made
him a preaent of a fine baby. Owing
to extenuating circumsfasnces it is
probable that the case will be cslled
off and Keith dismissed.
Directors Elect Geo. Laaelle to Board.
-The directors of the -Oregon City
Fruit and Produce Union held a meet-
Ing in the office of thejwcretarT In
the . Masonic Building yesterday
George Lazelle waa elected to fill the
vacancy on the board of directors
There will be another meeting Tues-
r ""i "1 " :.. w
will hear the report of Manager G. W.
FRIENDS OP WELL KNOWN WEST
' SIDE CITIZEN GIVE HIM
A very pleasant afternoon and ev
ening waa apent on Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mra. P. J. Winkel.
of the West Side, the occasion being
a surprise party tendered the former
in honor of his 44th birthday anni
versary. Music and games were the
features of the afternoon and evening,
and a. dellcloua supper waa aerved to
Present were Mr. and Mra. P. J.
Winkel. Mr. and Mrs. T. Strohmeyer,
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Klemsen, Mr. and
Mrs. William Rakel, Mr. and Mra. Pet
er Kloostra, Mr. and Mrs. A. Buse,
Mr. snd Mrs. Carl Bubb, Mr. and Mrs.
A. Dambach, Mr. and Mra. A. Gauger,
Mr. and Mra. William Schwartz, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Noble, Mr. and Mrs.
Casper Endres, Mr. and Mra. William
Buse. Mr. and Mrs. A. Schwack, Mr.
and Mrs. John Vlgellus, Mrs. Dorothy
Rakel. Mra. August Rakel, Miss Lena
Schroeder, Elsie Buae, Gertie Schwack
Clara Endree. Clara Winkel, Grace
DambachClara Noble, Dorothy Rakel,
Margaret Rakel. George Klemsen,
Fred Winkel Garfield Schwartz, Leon
ard Schwartz, Charlie Winkel, George
Dambach, Louie JJambach, Herman
CLACKAMAS TEACHERS MEET
Educatora to Discuss Live Questions
Saturday, May 6.
People Interested in educational
work In Clackamas county will hold
a Parente and Teachers' Meeting on
next Saturday, May 6, at Mackaburg.
The programme will embrace talk
on "Better Health Condltlona in the
Sehoola." "How to Make County Lire
More Attractive." "How Should the
Pupils Spend Vacations," "How Should
Teachers Spend Vacationa," Teach
ing Agriculture in the Schools."
Other educational features will be
discussed and the women of Macka
burg will aejve lunch to the visitors.
The programme M begin at 10
Brings Suit on promissory Note.
W. H. Wtettlanfer has filed a suit
agalnat Charlea Flacher, through hla
attorneys U'Ren ft 8chuebel, for the
payment of a promissory note amount
ing to the aum of $60 with Interest
ai the rate of 6 per tent from Decem
ber 29, 1908.
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Tf IX IN X JD p -
I 5 to 20 Act e Farms-Near Ore-op City i
We have several buyers waiting and many cosing,.
If your place is for sale and the price right cone aitd
seeus at once.' . -(
I W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO.
o phono: Paclflo M-80. Home A-156. 112 Main SV Orefe City.
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Orffil CITY 17
LAO ESCAPES PROM BOYS AND
GIRLS SOCIETY AFTER BRIEF
STAY AT INSTITUTION.
ri H LCVE f C3 UuZD.
He Telia Hard Luck Story and Gee
" Helped on Hla Way By a .
' Kind Hearted ;
" ." ' Stranger. , ,
Taking advantage of a visit to a
Sunday School to escape from toe
Boya Olrla Aid Society and return .
home to hla parents. George) Boyer,
the 9-year-old eon of Mr. and Mra.
John Boyer, same back from Portland
at 8 o'clock Sunday night after a
weary and foot-sore tramp from Sell-
wood. . -
The lad baa refused to go to school
and haa been a heavy trial, to bia par-
enta.Dlaylnr "hookey" at times. Last
Saturday be was aent to the Boys A
Girle Aid Society. Deputy Sheriff
Miles delivering him to that Institu
tion. Sundsy morning George -went
to church with the other Juvenile In
mates, and after the eervlee was over, '
he waa told to go backto the Society
home, and right here la wnere no
The 11 rat man he met heard his
hard-luck atory, about hia living In
Oregon City and being far from home,
and from thla Individual the boy se
cured five centa, which took bim aa
fas as Sellwood. He walked the rest
of the way to Oregon City. Monday
morning his father took him to Judge
Beetle, and arter .a conference, me
lad waa allowed to go some, his
brief experience may make him a bet
ter boy. ,
Bachelor Girla Play Whlet.
The Bachelor Girls met on Friday
evening at the home of Mlsa Beaa
Gaiogly at Gladstone, and a moat en-.
jbyabTeevenIng waa epTInDutch .
Whist, the prize being awarded to '
Miss N'leta Harding. Refreshments
were aerved during the evening. The
house decoratlona were of lilacs.
Present were Mrs. Dillard, Mtsa
Nleta Harding. Mlsa Dolly Pratt, Mies
Wjrnee Manny, Mtsa Merle KecK. Utsst
Marlbel Cheney. Mlaa Arnold. Miss ,
Edna Caufleld, Misa Clara Caufleld,
Miss Bess Qnlogly. Miss Nell Caufleld,
Miaa June Charman. 1
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COX, STILL CHIEF, RELIEVED.
Mayor Refuses Resignation and Ap
" points Moore to Act for Cox.
PORTLAND, May 1. (Special.)
Public opinion In Portland seems to
be in favor of A. Cox. who yester
day resigned sa Chief of Police when
Indicted by the county grand Jury.
Many people censure the grand Jury "
for their action and Jiold that Mayor
Simon and Police Commissioner 8tch
el should be held responsible for th
actions of their appointee.
John T. Moore, captain of detec
tives, la acting chief. The Mayor and
Commlsalonera at a meeting thla
morning refuaed to accept the resig
nation but relieved the chief of hla
dutiea by appointing Moore to act
The case agalnat Cox will be .
brought to trial at the earliest posaible
moment. ' ..
MAILS MAY BE DELAYED.
Local Delivery Will Be Hindered By
New General Order.
The government haa Issued orders
to the postofflce in this city that all
malt both coming and out-going, mniH
be weighed for the next 30 days, and
the time taken for thla taak. All first
class mail haa to be counted separate
ly; at) second class mall. Including
newspapers ana magazines, ai puuuu
rate; transient, wun stamps inuw,
one cent for four pounds; local de
livery (one or two centa a copy) free
In county; third claaa, circulara, ot,her
third class: fourth Class, congression
al franked, letters; other matter; for
eign, letters and other matter; reg
istered. The fcggregrate time, oon
aumed In handling totaW number of
pieces for the next 30 daya win no
doubt delay the maila during; that
CHINAMAN LEADS REVOLT.
HONG KONG. May 1. (Special.)
The western half of Kwangtung pro
vince la In the throea of a desperate
rebellion led by Wu Sum, a Chinese,
who waa educated In Japan and haa
adopted the dress of Western coun
tries. .... ; . . - ,
He m followed by Chinese vlrandHv ,
and anarchlata. The loyal troops are
making desperate efforts to suppreaa
the uprising. . .V-' " r."