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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FUIDAY, MAY 5, 1911.
Peb Week, 10 Cents
KOB SEIZES COAL
ail Vift MN DUMP HUNDRtOI
0 TON Of COAt'OFF
BOTECTION OF GOVERNMENT SOUGHT
A,Mh, gusmshlp Company la Loser
Whan Mob Spirit Brek
FEATTI-K. May f Braulallng ina
wlotU-nary patrlola who formed
tb, Buiun Tea Parly" In 1771. a
aut of three hundred man, wont onto
th d('k of I ha Alaska Steamship
fompmiy at Cordova, Alaaka. lodny
isd brM" dumping Into the sea three
0Undrd tons of Canadian coal stored
Tte vtlo of coal attacked by the
Bob u valued at $6,000, and U pari
of thr f",k kept on hand by the
Atuk tftramshlp Company and tha
Copper KWer A North western Rail
road Comny. Nawa wii received
lr, (..i.iiclit by tne Uk guvmshlp
Company In a cablegram from R. J.
Barry, general agent for the company
reeling here Intense over coal
attm," H aya. " Mob of more than
jot -o uow on tha dock dumping
Nualno roal Into the bay. -. Authori
ties bere powerleiia. Mayor calling
oa (ioirrnor for Itf-lp. No feeling
Kalt.it company. 11 I lt Uov
mmeiit account report that no ac
tloa uM be taken on being land.".
It l( WI here that an appeal baa
bD nt"to President Taft to aend
(roups to the acene.
; Oregon City and -vlclnllyi
' Bbowera, aouth to weat winds.
Oregon Showers, cooler
eaat portion ; high aouth weat-
erly wlnda along the count and
blunlery In the Interior.
WILL INVESTIGATE SUGAR.
WAfllllNOTON. May 4. Investlga
tlon, not alone of the augar trust, but
or all brauchee of the augar Industry,
waa provided for today by the houae
iulea committee, which appointed
Leoroot (Itnpubllcan, Wla.); Pou
(Democrat, N. C). and llardwlok
(Democrat, Oa.), a aub-commlitee to
redraft llardwlck'a resolution of yas-
tsnluy, which waa aimed solely
sgulnt the augar truHt.
CHINESE LEADERS ARRESTED.
HONOKONO. May 4 The viceroy
today ordered the arrest and aura
mary execution of the leadera of the
.Canton rebellion. While scores have
been arraated, the real leadera have
not yet been apprehended.
0ULAR ELECTION DEUAYEDT
WASHINGTON, May 4. Benator
Boitb MuiKht vainly today to have
the Ilium Joint reaolutlon providing
lor the t-lert lou of Senator by popu
kr vote made the unflnlahed bualneaa
of the Senate. Ha yielded to a re
arhi of Senator Clarke of Wyoming
tot time to prear a report on the
resolution, and permitted the matttr
to g over, lie Indicated he would
Hike the requeat again early next
DYNAMITERS SLEEP EASY.
LAH ANGRLKH. May 4 Dlatrlct
Attorney Krelerlcka made the poal-
live alalement at noon that the grand
Jury, to be reconvened todiry, would
return new Indlc-tmenta charging John
McNamara and Jamea McNamara with
murder on account of the Tlmei ax-
ploalon and that their arraignment
would Iff held tomorrow;
Mayor 'Alexander and aeveral coun
ty offlclala are aald to have received
lettera of a threatening nature, alnitlar
to thom aetit to Detective Duma and
Dlatrlct Attorney Frederlcka. Themlit
ofvcn ar caualiiK no concern, aa aome
crank la believed to be the author ot
The piiHonera are In good aplrlta
and keep fully Informed of the pro-
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ESTACAOA principal goes INTO
HISTORY OP SCHOOL LEAGUE -
PAXXPUCE IS EKTITEED TO OB
Head of Forenale Department Detailo
Incldenta That Led to Break and
Proteat Prom Local
E3TACADA, Or., May 4. (Editor of
the Enterprlae.) At a meeting of the
teachera of the county, one day laat
Fall, during the teachera' association
In Portland, I waa elected to take
charge -of the debating work In thla
county. Mr. Tooie, having more Im
portant bualneaa on hand, did not at
tend thla meeting of the county teach,
Aa aoon a possible, I wrote the
principals of the county asking them
if their schools would participate in
the debating contests. Mr. Tdoze re
plied that hi echool would Co ao. t
championship which Park place ha
won, I beyond me. He y Ut I
abut hie echool out. Ho did It him
self throe times. Once when he failed
to bring his feam to Estacad on the
date set. aecond when he allowed his
debator who couldn't com to Esta
cada to go to Park place and listen to
the same aubject they were to contest
with na, and the third time when he
waived all right to contest ; for the
championship. , 1 '
Park place met the requlrementa In
every way and in two maaterly de
bate won the county championship.
Aa President of the Clackamas County
Debating League I declared them
such, and I will see to It that they re.
tain the title so richly deserved by
M. M. JAMES.
VILL TRY RECALL
PETITIONS DIRECTED AGAINST
JUDGE BEATTIE AND NIXON
DISMISSAL Cf PJO IS
Brg Win Insurance Caae.
J. B. Berg, a merchant of Barlow,
v the nit la tM Ctnvtt Msl
Thursday. Instituted against him by
Sidney Gordon, agent for an insurance
company. Ber gave hi note to Gor
don for $160 for the first payment of
a life insurance premium, but claimed
he thought be waa signing an applica
tion for Insurance. Judge Campbell
decided the caae In Berg's faror.
Caae Haa Baen Settled Out of Court.
The caae against Paine Keith,
charged with attemoted murder and
threat to kill In Justice Samsons
court Tuesday, tias been act tied out
of court . Defendant paid coats
Lodge to Visit In Portland.
The Knight and Ladies of Securi-
Diaaatlsflad With the System
Road Supervision Many
i readings of the
Their appetites and capacity for aleep
are unimpaired aod they continue to
jansei t confldVnce In their final acquit
tail. - .
' BOILER EXPLOSION KILLS.
OLnVKI.AND, O.. May 4. Nlu
ptnwtm were Injufed, two fatally, by
I bol)-r explosion on board the steam
er gut, of Ohio, which waa lying at
her dook here. Those who will die
wre terribly scalded and Injured by
CITIES ARE ATTRACTING MORE
THAN RIGHT PROPORTION
Ino, Oregon, she leavea two brother,
Fred, North Freedom; James, Mullno,
OreKon; two eons. Frank and Charles,
Mullno, Oregon; and four daughters,
Mrs. 8. Coblelgh, Webster's Prairie;
Mrs. William Premo. Sumpter; Mra,
Kris Kramer. Bars boo; and Mra. Ed
win Faust, Mullno, Oregon.
U. 8. -TROOPS FIRE ON REBELS.
RURAL DISTRICTS FALLING BEHIND
O n ly6.000 j; of r th 260.239 Peo
ple Arriving In Oregon the
Last Tan Year
PORTLAND, Or., May 3 (8peclal)
Analysis of the recent census figures
by the Commercial Club, as regards
the arowth of Oregon a rural popu
latlou In the past decade, Is not reaa
turlna. The cltlee are attracting
DOUGLAS. Ariz.. May 4. United
Statea troopa today fired on Uanda of
ItiHtirrectos who were trying to cross
to Mexican soil from the United
States. AH train aervlce on the Taqul
River branch of the Southern Pacific
railroad In Mexico waa abandoned
FOUR YEARS' INSTRUCTION IN
ONE BY THE "GOOD TIMES-COLLEGE.
. LECTURER IS CO!
DEV. CHARLES F. AKED WILL
TALK TWICE BEFORE.
Rev f'liailes F. Aked, the men who
aliened the pastor of the , Rocke
WW Ilaplst Church I n New York
"WfTToTeooTnepator of "the" First
Congrerat lonal Church In Ban Fran
tlwo, refusing an increase of 110.000
Pr annum In hi salary, ha consen
N to deliver two afternoon lecture
l tbe July aeaslon of the Willamette
ey Chautauqua Assembly tauiao
'one I'urk. Ida datea are Thursday
ud Friday. July II and 14. Ho
tt the brightest mon In th pul
W in the country and th Chautau
mnnngement expect hlra to pack
auditorium. ... -
SWELL 0TRI PES!
"Wi'v baen caught with th good."
nd "eonvleUd of getting away with
th iwaiu. thinn In L. SYSTEM
ClOTHta this uuan." Just nabbed
,h King Qsorge win rod atrip. It
"ty, and by the wy It a Semi
'"Bl'sh modal. - You'll pardon us,
"nl you? But w cant help Itl W
"v bsttar value. Th prlc I our
Hot Like OtkM
Stl, an Malsj ft. .
The t!Md Time College given on
Wednesday evening by the Saturday
:lub 'f the Congregational cnurcn
at the church lust night waa a most
successful as well as novel affair, and
large crowd attended, who enjoyeo
the evenlng'a entertainment, i no
early part of. the evening waa devoted
ta the arranging or tne inree cihbbus.
tha Juniors, freshmen and sophomores.
arranu n ineae . cinf". v.
iiv. m m took the Dart or tne urnn
of the college, qnstloned hla "pupils''
i he . knowledge, ana assesst-u
One of th queatlon waa now
imiiv i,.tn naa a iwiwi
.i...ai were well filled. The presl.
dent of the Inatltutlon waa r. .
Avlson. and he waa tenciereo a re-
,....n,.n .v tha classes before the
nf the term. There 1 no doubt
but many who attended thla college
and took the Tour years- course
one. aa Ined much knowledge.
Amnns- the Kames - enjoyou "o.o
.w.i..ii haaeball and other sport,
tn4,eMiy-4iat all thoae- attending
had a good time ooe not express iu
r.i.tn tha evenin- a short program
consisting ft the following numbers
were liven: Piano aoio. ansa iru
Money; duet. Mlsa ivy Roake, organ
.n,i 1uma Wlllet. violin: reading
Mra. W. A. Whit; rmaraa. wrs.
11 rtva. '
Th decoration or tne ra
very approiwlat ana axusuc. ui
,.r iN-ttinnnta representing vgr.
.. " i.Jl- .ar. used wltlt artlatlc
taste among th otner uwjim k.u.
m, kmi and American flag.
. The committee baring -charge of
tb ttlrwtt:nirwuuuui, '--"
. . ta f M. MeiHSBW. WW p.'
'J"?"! Warner. Miss
eSuZ Cauneld. Ml. Clara Cauneld:
ceptlon, Mr. C, V. w,lo",.'""i 1
R Freytag. Mr. John McOetchle.Mrs,
James Roake, L. Aaams. i
PRISONERS EAT SALMON.
Earnaat Msss, Jrs catenas cnt"w
That Thy roast upon.
irrn.t Mas, the 16-year-old on
of Sheriff and Mr. Ernest Mas, la
one of Oregon . City enthusiastic
nlmrod this eson, ana noi omy y..-
kui 1UCKT BB wan. nm
to the fall on Wednesday morning,
1 ' . . . Lk . kla Una out hut
and naa - . ,j
ahort time, when a Chinook apled 1
hit and wa pulled out by th young
a It a terrible atruggl for
ma.n.r. 'r. wr rhinook had b-
eSrSV" m hU .truggle tor
freedom, he wa orawn
' . t. . IS nnunda.
pea tne - . ,v.
Today the prisoner confined In the
county Jail will be given a feast by
f?uL.I ir- nf Rherlff Mass. Ther
at ent v pruoner. and on.
man who la witnoni iuhu- .
nd aTe treated with consideration by
tbe sheriff. .
rv, not dlsDarage rival, nor run
Jawh annthnr man' good. If you do
not know what to ay, ay nothing
POLICE MAKE GOOD
RECORD III APRIL
mi ..lit. ' w-
hree pei-ple for every one that goes
to the country. During the past ten
nurs the cities have Increaaea in
Hooulntlon 101 oer cent, while the
rural districts show a gain of only 29
Th nrnnortloii lietween town and
country population In this state hss
entirely changed lit tne past aecsue.
Ten vears ago Oregon' people wern
uUut evenly distributed between
own and country, the latter leaning
by 31.573. This margin nas noi onij
been wiped out by the fast growing
cities, but they have piled more man
tiKMHH) on top of this gain, while the
rural population has increased over
h total of ten yeara ao uy om
The state as a whole has gained
200,2:19 peoP'e W '"e past n-n-j or
period, an Increase of over 62 per
cent. . I-ess than BC.OOO of this new
population has gone to tne counirj,
while almost 2i)0.(HM people have set
tled In the dlles. Three people have
gone to the cities for every one thst
has settled In the country. .
" We are facing the gravest prouiem
,. ih. vonarstlon" saia Manager
.i ...c n - - ,,
n fi,ui,inn of the lommercim uuu,
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for If we can get more peopm uu
soli, many of our otner irouums ...
s.ttle themselves. How to get tnn
Undless man on tne maniess
the great work to which the Oregon
iw.ninnmnt ixaEue and the Port
land t"ommerc1arMob havfr set them
The figurea snow mere
tit tt The man wno can
devise a way to offset the lure of the
white llghta of the city ana Bei "
, ikoi. faai on the around Instead
of treading asphalt all their lives, de
serve well of hi country.
PASSES AVAY IN EAST
DIES AT HOME OP DAUOMTtrt I".
SPEEDERS AID DRUNKS TO
SWELL FUNDS IN . THE
It la of Interest to note the source
of the $154 which Chief of Police Shaw
collected last month In finea. Here
Is the Itemized list a presented to the
couucll Wednesday evening:
"C. J. Cook, of Portland, speeding
uto. $10; B. T. Trenkman, Portland,
needinc auto. $10; J. D. Flowers,
minor In saloon. $10; Joe Wilson, aell
nsr Honor to minor. $10; Tim Jonrs,
drunk, $10, and ten days in jaw; wm
Rlaen. drunk.' IZ5; frea. mgen
drunk. $25: Hugh Bevls, disturbing
the peace. $5; E. Nuttall, taking cows
from roiindniaster. $3; Owen Mc
Ouade. drunk, $10; Jack Boylen,
drunk, $10; N. J. Rltter. drunk, $10,
and ten days in jan; tiarence nay,
drunk. IS. forfeited ball; A. renne
nsld 15 on fine imposed In March; G
Quick, paid $3 on v fine Imposed In
J. C. Connor, sentenced to Za days
In Jail had sentence suspended to
Jeave town. C. Johtison, arrestea tor
speeding car on Main street, waa die
missed. Lew is Smithy, had a 10-daya'
Jail senfence suspended to leave the
town. Tony Clomenskl, drunk, was
fined $25 and sentenced to 50 days in
Jail, was, suspended on good nenav
Th. following la taken x from the
Dura Imn Nawa. Dubllahed at Baraboo,
Wisconsin, announcing the death of
Mr. vturv Shaw, of Mullno, who pass
ed away at the home oi ner uuu.
Mr. Simon Cobieign, oi
"Mrs. Mary Shaw passed away at
Ira Plm a nt her dauahter. Mra. Simon
rnhieitfh. Wahster's Prairie, last night
after en Illness of auoui nve
with heart disease.
Mr. Shaw wa born In winneoago
County, Illinois, slxty-ven year.
an tnd rsma to Hanuuu wimu
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but eight year oia. one aiiTiiuo
tha narsboo " Collegiate Institute
nd a Famsla Seminary, both educa
tlonal Institutes In thla, city In th
..rl dsva. In 1890 ah went to Mui.
i nramn. tn mak her home. She
lived ther until thla hprlng when her
daughter, Mr. Coblelgh, went to Ore-
- . mnA womnanled her to the
5m- nl waiistet-'s Prairie. Sh had
been failing with heart disease alnce
Beside a husband, who la In Mul
T'' mw In
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OF NFW JERSEY.
Democratic Candldat for Presidential Nomination Who
Portland ai an Early oat.
,k- roiinwina schedule: ty at their meeting held on Monday
then aranged the W"010 fneaute. . inTltatlon ei-
:i ntr . t Estacida: tended them by the Eureka Council
9lB! 9111' " S visit that order In Portland, on
na mil oi mo viiws j
FARMER AT COLTON
DRUNK HANGS SELF
CHARLES ANDERSON COMMITS
SUICIDE DRINK CAUSE OF
Charles Anderson, a farmer living
In the Colton country, yesterday com
mitted suicide by hanging. The body
waa found about one o'clock In the
afternoon yesterday by neighbor.
Anderson was a heavy drinker and
It Is aupposed that despendency
brought on by brooding over hla weak
ness, was the reason for hi action.
Coming to Colton about thre yar
ago irom Forest Grove, Anderson won
a moderate living from the old Gott
berg place where he lived and wa
uppoaed -o be well fixed financially.
He left a nephew, Carl Bergren. of
Barlow. Thla la the only near rela
tive; The coroner'a Inquest will be
DOUGLAS IS THREATENED.
DOUGLAS, Arig.. May. . Douglas
will be threatened with a atorm of
death dealing lead when the expected
battle between loyal and Insurrecto
troopa come off. Entrenchment hav
been erected and all poelbl means
of protection put Into play buj the
fire of the Insurrecto troop which
will be directed against Agua Prelta
will also be In direct line with Doug
laa. A general attack on border towna
la expected Friday.
ncation began to prepare to debate on
MrMi 5 About two weeks before the
date set for the debates, at an Insti
tute st Canbv. upon my inquiry Mr.
Toree told me thst he did not know
thev were to debate, did not see now
they could, and thought that the de
bates were only to be between the
8th grades of the county. This left
Estacada without an opponent and
eliminated them from the race. It
seemed to me that the largest high
.toft In the county, with a large li
brary ahd good teacher should be
foremost In this most lmoonam
i.r.nri, nf school work and I told Mr.
Tooxe so. H then promised that he
would see what he could do ana lei
me know later.
can t get them to debate If they don t j
want to." . , i
Knowing that the Oregon vity niBu o
school wss very busy with athletic
at the time. I felt Inclined to excuse
.km fmm as much work of this kind o
as possible but It wa the first attempt
to get the schools of the county to
gether In debating work and I was
naturally anxloua to make It succesa-
ft,About a week teore the date set
Mr Toor.e telephoned me that they
would be here. Then only a day or
two before the debate and after we
had our bill printed he telephoned
that they could not eome.
- Now these debates were all to take
place the same night In any debating
league that ever existed If a team
failed to appear they forfeited the de
bate. This ruling preclude all pos
sibility of any team attending another
debate and getting-all of the argu
Mr Tooxe showed hi ignorance of
all debating work by asking for Anoth
er week. Knowing that hi high chool
waa weak and needed more tlm than
th larger high achoola ot the county t
I gave him another wees.
At the date aet the other schools do
bated and two of the Oregon City de
baters whom Mr. Toose Informed me
could not be In Estacada thst aame
night on account of sickness were at
Parkplace and took down the argu
ment, used In the debate. Mr. Too.
saya that ML Pleasant listened to the
aame debate. That Is lmiMlbl aa
Mt. Pleaeant was debating Q ad stone
on that evening. Mr. Tooie told m In
hla own home that he knew hi de
bat6r were going to Parkplace to lis
ten to the debate. In his own home
on the am evening he also told me
tbst he had made a bungle of the
whole business and waived all privi
lege of contesting for the county
The officer of the team will put
on the Initiatory work at that time,
and It is planned to have special
car to take those wishing to go, the
car to leave at 7 o'clock.
Reports reached Oregon City Thurs
day afternoon that people living In
Oak Grove and Highland precinct are
circulating petition to recall County
Judge Beat! and County Commission
er Nixon Blair, who were elected lat
November for four-year term. It haa
not been learned that a recall volition
hairtnv tha name of County Commis
sioner W. H. Mattoon la oat. and lH
understood that tbe wrath of the peti
tioners Is directed against tbe, other
two members of tbe court.
It I evident that the action of th ;.
county court In employing Frank Jag-
gar to direct and systematize ue roa
construction In CJackama .county
is responsible for the circulation oi
the recall petltlooa. There I reason
to believe that man of the road au-
pervlsor resented the change in me
thod of building highways, having had
practically their own way xor muj
vears. It Is not Mr, Jaggar in partW
cular who is nnder Are, but the new
deal ha been a bitter put tor
of the road supervisors to swallow,
for under the new system they are ..
compelled to take order from the
court through Mr. jaggar.
Thousand of dollar have oecn
.tH m riackamas County in re
cent years In the construction and
repair of roads, ana tne county wun
determined to put an end to the evil r
aa far a practicable, believing that
money could be saved to the taxpay-ere-thrrragh
systematic method and
the building of more permanent tnor-
oughfarea In the vanou ecuons
About two week ago F. n. warns,
th road uperylsor at 0k Grove, wa
dismissed, the reason being that he
had disobeyed the orders oi xn wui
In Improving road. It Is uppoed
that th friend of Harrl are Incensed
over hi removal and propose to make
It a embarrassing as posslbl forth
members of the court. u w.
thought probable that the peopie ot
Ka& Mkiiflff ll JaV whole will ympthlx
.with the movement to recall Judge
Beatle and Commlesioner Biatr.
HOW MUCH MONEY HAVE YOU T
WASHINGTON, May 4. It you can
not run your hand Into your pocket
and hul trtu a roll ot $355 you are
not "financially an verage man. A
statement Just Issued by the United
States Treasury Department s,i
that amount as the per capita circula
tion, basing the figure upon an eatl- -mated
population on May 1, 1911, ot
The department ahowed that 9"
that dai ther wa a general tock
ot money amounting to $3,546,674,337..
which Included $308,936,220 held la
the Treasury, and $3,237,638,117 1
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T vVO REELS
Tiie Management of the
Have Secured at Enormous Expense tbz
IT ALA FEATURE FILM IN
"The Fall of Troy
Reproduction of th Trojan War 2,000 Avord Gladiator n
gaged In deadly conflict 8petacular attack on the elty Settlnge
dazzling with grandeur Awa-lnsplring conflagration. , hwlng th
giant Wooden Hors., captured by th Trojan, nd th orti In th
dead of night by the oldlr concealed In th'nlml. who sat fir to
th elty; th Urror of th lovely Helen h' huband, st th head
of th avnglng Qrk, dtroy the Trojane with fire and sword and
kill Pari. hr lover and a multitude of ainailno holdnU.
Fof Today ntl S&lccCcfy
MATINEE AND EVEinNG DAILY" ;
No Chance In Price 5c c'J tOo
An especial treot long to be rentr.ttrt.
You ccn't isfford Jo miss t."b.
Now why h wishes to contest theg.