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. OREGON CITY, OREGON, SUNDAY, MAY, 7, 1911; Pia Wem, 10 C?emt3
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VAR - IS ON AGAIN
111 OLD MEXICO
Alt COMMUNICATION IITWIIN
' GOVERNMENT ANOKIIIll
. "IS AT AN END.
REVOLUTIONISTS 'WE SURPRISED
-rspsrsl'" ,0' Contlnglng War Are
Ming Made by Mader Juarei
First Pelnt t Be
, rl PAHO. Tel , May 6. Th arrois
tirt covering th Chihuahua dlatrlrt
i,rtnl. all official communication
b,tiro tbe Meslcan government and.
tbe revolution!! wss broken on 10
ity. and tonight th Insurrecto army
uor Oenersl Francisco I. Madero,
jr, la preparing to pursue the revolu
tion at vigorously aa ever.
Juarri will be th Brat point of at
tar, but the rebels probably will not
move fV another 24 houra.
Thoush determined to pursue their
demand to the laat ditch. tb rebel
wdfr tonlitht ' plainly shdy-tf their
dUppolni ininl at th outeoin of tb
d events. They had thought that
ann announcement from Diai would
I furU.romlog. They wr under th
InprHMlnn Jhat the government had
received from Carbajal a copy of their
d.ma'iil '! ri'Sard to .ha retgna
' itoo of Bias. The anewer which Car
bajal gave them today, addressed to
tiomrsL.they found vegue and Inade
quate nnd without explanation of thai
KOSPITAL VllL BE ..
, WEATHER FORECAST.
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Oregon City and Vicinity
Fair; variable wliidn.
, Oregon ralr, warmer eaat
portion: variable wlnda. .
OAT OOI TO Pieces.
Flabarmen Borrew a Boat and Mt
Tmvn nun frnm I'firllanrf nna Btwinl
CO yeitra of age, cam to thla city thl
aftriiMn to enjoy flNhlng for the
RMK('hlniMk Kulmon. A boat waa
loaned to the men by Krd Miller, of
the Portland General Electric Com-
niinv Thd mn tiaH ' atartAit tint a
abort dimance from abore whxn they
nt in oiirmnr. ana ihn boat went
10 plca. The men were throw a Into
th river, and no doubt would have
been drowned If Miller had not come
In iliolr ruiriia In hla launch. The
men wnr taken out, drenched to tbe
akin. Tbey had enougn 01 naning tor
PLANS HOST READY
FOR COUNTY FAIR
HOW THIS YEAR WILL BE MOST
. SUCCCSSrUL EVER HELD
IP 'l S4000 SjKSCfflBED 'fy-
JXxWrf . yjW -AvW MONEY' IS PLEOaEO-fAST rOR MwtS'- ' ' ' ' '
jgh-J! V Vi V NEW 12tX HOME , .. iffff 'j;1 jjiW , . f . : ' '
l.Wm -H-ir-- ill tt s
HISM li . is lit . V' m ihHll all M .....
k&ZZrA t f 1 nd' ror th Home, report , .... -7j V V. M -A -'" U
r WC fe . wmeTth. ' ; : j V; ;.
ro r r Ti Htr-L"'. i . v.i. nn i la b i.w . . .. . ' i
fgJ li 2jO (LliSl if- more money baa no doubt been tub- I l '"i ' rfPE,. '.
READY VERY SOON
SUILOINQ IS TO BE READY fOR
OCCUPANCY IN TWO
' Ortoi CHy will t laat have a boa
pltal. ajid thla will be located In one
of tbe moat dea treble locations In tbla
city which overlooks the town, and
kivtnr an e.cellent Tlew of Portland
and old Mount Hood besides many of
the other mountains U a dlaiance.
Tbe old Heulat place has been soi l
lor thla purpoat and the building baa
been thoroughly renovated, having
ard, private rooms and surgery, the
Utter ta aa well equipped aa any aurg
en of anv hoapltal. This will he
known aa the "Wild wood Hoepltal.'
There are seven lots surrounding the
hulWlnit. and theae are to be beauti
fied, where the patienta may be taken
and may enjoy the aunahlne. The
urxea In charg. are Mlaa V. C. Parkea
who hi prealdent of the Inatltutlon,
lira. R. B. Neeney and Mlaa Bailey,
all truduate nuraes from the Illlnola
Nare- Training School. These nursea
eom. here with the hlgheat reoom
swodaiiona. and will no doubt give
tbrlr patients the best csre while
under their charge.
Thla Inatltutlon will be ready for
bulnet In about two weeks, when
the city water will be tsken Iher-i.
Thla hna caused some delay, and tbe
llpeii are being laid from tbe el T
retervolr at Mountain View, which Is
Is tbe neighborhood of the hospital.
RUSHLIOHT HOLDS LEAD.
fORT lA N D. M nr4. SpeclaLV
Earlv unofflrlal returns from yeater
if primary nominating" election a.
miriniitht mrtir.i-d the orobable nom
Inailon of A. 0. Rushlight as the Re-
lublknn nominee for Mayor. Oay
Lombard la a cloae second. Complete
unnftvini ratiima from 60 and Incom
Plete returna from 47 oreclncts out of
total of 15 precincts st that hour
nve Ruahllght a plurality of M4. The
tote as compiled at that uim.vmi
Lombard, 3.281; Ruehllght. 8.57S; Wer
Wa. ,1762. Werleln ran a poor qura.
Arranavmenta are bvlng made for
tbe coming county fair, and from all
liiillralloua tbla yeere fair will be one
of the moat aucceanful ever held by
the t'lackamaa County Kair Aaaocia
tUm There promlaea to be more ft
tractlona than ever. One of thla year s
featurea will be a merry-go-round, and
Paul Tragllo. of Salem, has already
applied for the right, which have
been given him.
Among flie nrma of tbla nly that
will have eiblblta at this yeafa fair
will be the Oregon cny Knter in-j, j.
i.vin 1 1 nnt I-v Brothera' Joropmiy,
ore ("it Cly c.urrpCrtl. Miner,
Wllaou A Cixke, Hurmeiaier a
dreaen. There will be a prlie onereo
for the beat ethlblt. The Oregon
Enterprlae won flrat prlxe laat year,
and there la no doubt, but tbere wlll
be great rivalry for me pne
year, which will be $10. the aame aa
laat year. Ciairmont, uiaaaiowi, ur
low, Maple Lane Orange, Warner
Grange have already applied for apace
In I be big auditorium, une 01 me
vantagea of thla year's fair will be
the Inatallatlon of the electric lights
before the opening of tne rair, wnirn
. ...... i.. m i.a ,r..Mir nnrerlated
by the exhibitors, aa the llghta tiaed
In previous years were ui
lory. . ..
M. J- l-selle. the aecretary of the
Clackamaa County Fair Aaaoclatlon.
la In communication of several attrac
tions thst will no doubt be pat on this
year. Laat year there was some die
appointment aa to some of th attrac
tion that were booked and did not
ahAw up. but Mr. Uxelle Intenda thla
year to have thoae arranging to abow
to fill their engagement.
matter of fact. I dld-n-H -understand
from the communication r'tcelred con-
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The committee In charge of secur
Ing aubsciiptlons for the Uaue of $25,
000 bonds for the Elks' Home, report
ver aood result from their Bret
week's labors. Borne of the members
hsve not turned In their report and
more money ha no doubt been sub
scribed than Hated below.
wiiTh iK w nek m more during which
to work, tbe committee aasured of
tbe 1 amount necessary to go aneaa
with the work aa It is only necassary
to secure each week $850, as against
the amount subscriuea tne nrsi w
Anyone Is eligible to subscribe and
the commlMees. both original end sob,
are at work at all times.
The following subscriptions were
fc o mwmw a a . v'a aa 1 v v111 st I
P U ' F LY Mm SccneOn Molalla Railroad -No. 2
BIG CROVD SEES
ANDERSON AND ; DAN 0 BRI6N
FIGHT IS PAST ROUNDS
AND DRAW RESULTS.
EXTRA I . EXTRA I
1 All shout the nsv things System
tlethss that Just earn In. v
talk about elasa, they will mm'
Umpt you. Every little L. -Bystsm
wlt is In elsss all It's own. .
ONLY IIS.0O to $30-00.
' What do you say, can't w hov
' tbsitt to you t
'. EXCLUSIVE CLOTHIERS
' Met Uk Othetni
th and Main Sa.
1'iL'niiiL'Vit IVaad.. May C Not-
-.i.w.i.n.1 n. ina arreai 01 iua ubiwi-
clpants In tne matches at Vancouver
rrtday night and the placing of lb
men under oonas rauaiug
m tha Vancouver Atnl-
tic Aaaoclatlon were pun-u u
,mi ked house. The sealing capacnj
... u iaai 10 overltowlng anrt
tbe bouts oegau.
ine first event on tne proiui
wreatilng match betweeu Clyde
r.r. or Vsncouver. ana ..
Arndt, of Portland. 1 reaer won tlrat
i.n in l minutea. 7 aeconu. o
ou sggreaalvenesa after 16 minutes.
ve pff-a , . mhiI n rant I V
throughout. Arndt Is the man who
threw Auk Bmiin, me uriu y.w
boy recently. .
iwoaoldiers from the Barracks
(uniuJta ne next.. Privates , Ean
and HUioa. llotn . men ,cai- -.
pSfi-F.rsi. go '"f
t na Til St ruuim, . -
"!J r.VSt oo Hind' Jaw, putting him
out tor several mlnul,-. ' ... A1,v
Ktd Exposlio anu 1
..ft...i .i. .mind, of comedy. One
was sfrald and the otner daaent. Al
ien was tbe most aggressive and re-
received th decision.
Oanny O Brten entered th ring ai
..i...c J.rf f ..I In wad by Bud An-
" . . . K-iuBM IhA
derson nve minute later, r m
. .. n. mnnm tha fans wer treated
to a pretty an wxhlbltlon of clean
elever mining aa ever iy
,nia prt of the country. O'Brien out
welbd Andsraen mewl pound aad
na more reach. His punche- wer
mor effective but Anderson outshtned
aH innl ninrli
Him --u.i . nana
throughout the l rouuu.,
hla wlllingneaa iw -
rm . . 1 Knih were on the
brougm oi .
edge of th land of nod at times. . A
nrmm wll S IBir B"'.
imml. Manning and Wlffl. CMW,
of Ban rrsnclaoo, challenged th win-
oer before tn dohi. . h,n
Jack. Barry. 01 i "-r;,;i.B
team, was among those In OBrlen
U T to b hoped that th manage
ment of th.' ..elation mm g
to pt,, off th..r car rjnjr JrTJ.
CTOWQ waa bivv m-uhar
" .mbl.n, gS
Iwaa tnere aj v
women wer present.
ESTACAOA PRINCIPAL SAID TO
AGREED TO POSTPONEMENT
OP JOINT DEBATE.
PROMISED EXPLANATION NOT GIVEN
Superintendent of Oregon City High
- School Writes Complete Reeum
of Fact Relative to Debat
Oregon City. Or, May C (Editor
of the Enterprlae) : . It I with genu-
Ina relucts'nee thst I ask yon to print
the following. There is usually very
little to commend In bitter public ac
...... Hnna and neraonslltles BUCh S
spoesred In the article signed by my
old friend from Eatacada. In Friday
mornings EnterprUe. The pumic
11- ..u. Kiit a naaalnv Interest in
.such controversies and are often vad
to biased Jiidgmsnt. nowmr.u..,
a controversy Is portrayed. It waa
with a desire to confine the protest of
the Oregon City team to ine i"aa
Itaelf and to official acts that I ln
aiated that members of the team and
others Interested should withhold
crltlclam from print and await the de
clalon of the executive committee 01
the league whose duty It la to paaa
; .nd render decisions upon
all protests submitted to them.
A copy of the protest appended was
submitted to each officer of executive
committee. March 2. m9
ter the dale of the Mt. Pleasant-
1.. j.i... 1 aiao wrote a note
to the' president" of the debating de
partment at Eatacada. aa a matter of
......v tn him at the aame time, re
gretting the necessity of protest. His
first reply to tfbte or protest wss this
morning s viiuperaurr v i-w..,.....
L ft..i...n nf tha executive Com
1 ne viian in."
..... ..j .. It Imnnaaible to get
miliee mu i" - . .
inniiiM an far and so
tne mpniwiB '!-'- -
when the superintendent of schools
wss asked over tne pnunw us
1 .jin. .hnnt the nrotest. bar
lerpriiiv n"i w
ing been Informed that the debate be-
a A S-aIiB aa a Sa IS SI TT1
been sdvertisea ana p. -
. L. . j - v. - . .k. avariltlve COm
pionsmp """"'f;. . . h.. linnrad.
. '-".i .,ud that bv the rules
ne prumimj ----- .
' . .it -Ui.. nraanlxatlons there
could be no chsmplonshlp title to any
team before the aeciaion m -.
1.. 1,. a kn rendered
live cmiiiinTTT ..." w -Thla
committee must feel very hlghl
tA kn.iv.r hv the fol-
lowing u'"" -. . .
principal's own words pubn.hed In
thla niornmB n..w -
i . . ass-rttiniT cnainuiviiBiiK
Aa president of the Clackamas De
bating League. I declared them such
th?.. ''D'Lt.: f dlsnltr and
plessuri a presiding judge would re
1 . 1. .i. trnm a defendant in
TZZmCi ipTendld example of
democracy la tnia in mi. cyu
catlonal Inatltutlon "naf"0';
tlonal policy! We prowllSd not
avalnst parkpiace auu uw v
efderstood our attitude when It stated
Th.t we desire to debate with her-so
2?r 7b tSTof the y when the
,. ao?nhrrk.U, be J"-- -
aTe n" m. VfTrth7r speak .C a
,ew ."atemen.s In rrld.y morning s
company of Roosevelt and his cei
brsted club. . ,.
(1) The ssrcastlc comment that
V.j immrttnt business
rhdn"th.n to atuni the election In
on n hnalneaa trans-
I'Oriianu tana i- , ,,
acted at the State T-aehers meeting
was. In my Judgment, more lnPrt,n,1
7m 0 Tnaugurat. a system of debat
g in our schools. I wP-f "J
fegret at not being present to the
eXty superintendent of chool. and
Ss During thst tlm. I gar an
ffir-i on .arithmetic a. par of th.
."ST l't V 5Tlui tn paragrsph two
. 'f ' " " 1- than tha Importunity
that l v win j -
of our friend thst th 0. C. H. 8. was
induced to nter th debates. As
fU . (ST -.
ROUNDING A CURVE GOING OUT OP OREGON CITY.
HUSBAfiD CALLED HER
"DIRTY OLD THItitT
reported op to Saturday noon
MAEBELLE CLARK AND MAUD
SWOPE SEEK SEPARATION
IN THE COURTS.
Alaebelle Clark, who was married
at Grand Junction, Colo, February
27, 1901. to William O. Clark, ha filed
ault for divorce. She charges him
with using vulgar and profane langu
age, and says he threatened to kill
her. He Is also said to have called
her a "dirty old thing." While they
were living at 8t. Johns, In August
1906. he said to hsve left her for 1
week, without funds, and he Is cbsrg
a -.itk havlna- threatened to take her
life If ahe undertook to get a dlvorc
from him. He" Is also cnargea who
v...i.nina' tn kilt her taint- ana
mother. She desires to resume her
M.tl.n nama of Arnett
Maud Bwone and J. W. swope were
.,.1.. n.inhr 15. 1906. at Alex
11101 svu w - .
andrtaVs and she hsssued him for
a divorce. She says ne remama away
m knm frannAtitlv nntll the email
HVIU .. -.
.ha mnrnlni. aoendlng much
of hla time In the company 01 om.
oh. wsnta 11x5 alimony for
the month of May. and $50 per month
alimony for every monm inereur.
Rh aiao auks for $100 attorney a
.'.. 1. . 1 1 t r.anamah Park.
haaahall team will
nlay the Orerlanda of Portland at
Canemah Park, Sunday afternoon. 1 ne
1. ..iiad for 2-3(1 o'clock, on
aaiiiv i. -- - - 11,
Sundav. May 21. the local team will
play the Aurora team at Aurora, and
LrHundayrMay 1 1, EameI
scheduled with Llnnton.
Out Show To
day Is Good
E. K. Stanton
P. T. McBaln
C. W. Rlsley
E. 8. Follensbee ....
C. C. Spencer
C. T- Parker
W. B. Stokes
J. H. Cory
R. O. Young
J. J. Tobln
J. P. Lovett
O. E. Miller
R. U Herren
A. A. Price
B, J. Deulton
W. U Mulyey
W. R. LogTis
J. C. Knaon
John F. Rlsley I1,..,.
aSfHAT to give? is the question that
, VYi b agitating yoli. We can solve it
Let us talk it over together, today.
A considerable experience of what u given under
glmlLif clrcomstavtices will help u to gtride yoa--Such
a variety of pretty and useful Jticle at all
price, to suit all tastes, is carried i thu itoie.
- that a satisfactory .election is the easiest thing on -V
earth. Come in anyway and we can discuss
whether you buy or not
He e at e tome timely wggattoaa:
Cut Glass, Saverware, Haruand Chinaware.
' Hand Painted Chinaware.
Buftneistef l Andttpcti j
Oregon City Jewelert Stenslon BrgtOfiiM
J. M. Tracy
C. Mount ......
Thos. F. Ryan .
A. U Kennedy
H. E. Young ..
, . 100.00
, . 100.00
, . 20.00
. . 100.00
way between Moiaiia ana nearer
Creek. Th road will undoubtedly oe
completed within the year now that
the Molalla people ax aroused to ine
fact that all they hare to do Is help
. The directors are delighted with
the prospect and are more than satis
fled with th way people ar taking
hold of the proposition.
CLASS SOCIAL AT GLADSTONE.
SCATHING JEREMIAD GIVEN ON
STREET BY RABID "
10 BAUD WAGON
CLACKAMAS SOUTHERN WILL BE
PUSHED FROM THAT PLACE
Mis Frsnces Cross Entertain Menv
a?.4t.w a-wan In o.
ui.. fr.ni... r-maa entertained the
ft.... n Vm flundav achool class
Friday evening at her home In Glao-
Tha olaaa aeciaea a kits a
BlUUr. , ,
"hard times" social at the Christian
m.Hatnna Pridav evenuig.
tuuau wi vf. -
Msy 19. The following curaumim.
were appointed: Refreshments, Mr.
Orsnt Olds, Anna Gardner, Giauys
Wynian; decoraung. Meieu i-aiuwm.
Mildred Denlson, nazei owauuia.
program. Pansy Oswaia, munei v-
les, Frances cross.
The evening waa pleasantly apem
.i.w Mma and muaie and dainty re-
freahments were servea. 1 ne
. r .
. 1 1 mj in iprTini dt nauav
waa M.i" - " - . ,
...11-. .11 otalla rmaa and John HUH
riwiiw""!.. o.w". v
key. Those present were Mrs. Grant
Olds, teacher; Gladya Wyman, Haxel
Mulkey. Hsiel Stesdmsn. Frances
rmu Muriel Dsvles. Evelyn Gay.
Ruth ' Mendenhall. Minnie Slevers,
Pansy Oswsld, Mildred Denlson.
Thst the open fronted poultry house
has come to stsy is our nnnwi wu
The rsllroad meeting held at Mo
lalla Saturdsy by the directors of the
very well attended. More 'd '7
been out but the notice of the meet
Ing wss delsyed snd msny could not
arrance to be present.
The people ef Molalla have ben on
the tece in the railrosd -tt tor
everal weeks owing to th rumors
. r.nh. that a resd is
emanauiipt 1 ----- - . ,
to he put Into their coun ry from that
town by outsiae i "
decision put something of a
on th earlier part of the meeting jut
wkn the dircterw "u v'"
those present that worn
atari ed at Molalla ana cmrrieu uu
that end of the road Juat a soon as
. .. i... .hnwait thalr inten-
Uon of boosting the work along wi h
aubscrlptlons nt stoca
..nrw tKa.v fall off tne ienc
on the Oregon City side In a hurry.
Lk W. Robbins, J. w. .
I. M. Tollver were appointed a com
mttVweto rustle ''Tl
and arrange for another rally n ;
tow days. The directors announced
hit work could begin at the Molalla
end oMhe road wllhln three or four
Says of the time the subscription list
f. brought to the point where It will
pay for the grading of the line from
tPh; Molalla end back to a Junction
with the section projected between
Beaver Creek and that place. Al
P enough hs. ..re.dy been , sub-
acrlbed IO conil"" --. "
Mullno Is slightly over halt
J. D. Stevens who announce early
test week that h would talk la Ore
iron City Saturday evening against the
Single Ts and W. 8. XTRen waa oa
.v. .m.vi . Bnch a scathing
jeremiad as Stevens deUvered i U not
often hesrd on tne sireeie 01
and quite a crowd adhered to h-r
While geiiing i" w
single Us that showed on the fac
that they were meant more for U Ken
than the tax. 8tevens did not Pr
U-Ren tn th least, Cowid. polt
roon, bribe taker, nypocru.
iter lawyer were some of the mildest
terms In his vocsbulsry of abuse.
Stevens Is sn lnvererste
ITRen and so prolalmed hlmseir in
no uncerteln terms. - '
The crowd listened good naturedly
but It is very doubtful If any eon
verts were made for the anU-TTRen
forces by what 8teven had to aay.
His language being too personally
Resd th Morning Enterprise.
fXmm waaaw ww
5 to . 20 Acre Farms Near Oregon City v
vr . .n.rt Viti irer waiting and many coming, t
If your place is for sale and the price right come and J
seeusatonce. ' . "; ?
W. F. SCHOOLEY t CO.
.haM! Pacific M-8& HomeA-156. S11 Malnj SUCnJSIty.
H O W ?.
do these pHcpsAst4fitc ybti. .Gtc,?-
Bones $ 1.50 and ttp, sswmg a&chizcz
$5 1 and up. Aho some bafiaisi in
pianos and ofgans. 7c will also izll
pianos, organs and f alters en rcascn-
atblc ccriciissicfl. v
7th and Center Sts.
city' CTC-C : cr