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OREGON CITY, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 0, 1911.
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ncoriC IH MIITIHV
ULULLO Hi riunru
FIRE Oh J
WOUNOeO ON AMIRICAN SIDE
Of riOHTINQ LINt.
cbxtSSIOKS ANCEI KAOERe'S MEN
,Clo of ro-p,h VniUd
Cavalry Protease .10 .mom
Armlet Against r"lr'S
PAHO. Te.. My .-nerl Ma
faro'i rmy m-d" n,rc ,tUck 00
1 .f a result of coneeealon
wlt 10 tha rdral Government. Tba
ittMk, however, annua in
......1 ,f .the Insurrecto under cover
drkor aftet r tooutlnyous
The 110 rebel ho opened Bra on
lb frdrral- oi only captured om of
lb, outp"t. but "naa- ma ngnt
si Into Juarc. .
Tha caaualtle of lb rebels and fed
(r.l "' known, but flv persons
01 tbe Amerksn alda thjt Una wer
tllka nd 12 wounded.
(Vlonpl U"rt-vt th rutin initeu
. a k
!.im Cavalry, pnnmim
vmr iKli't ' nr ,n, A"'rt'",
iwrltory. H ncnt two mfaaenurr
with b' protwta. , One man bore
(U of trure and ahotber an Amrriran
mi UU prntfNt to Madero rad.:
-In th- name of tha I'rfaldrut ahi)
Ike livi-rniiifiit of the I'nlted Btatea I
Wrvbr unii't analnat tbe men under
four command bundling hlr arma In
mb a y tbat butlnta fall Into I nll
4 8taua ti-rrltory,- aa 1a bappenlng
Hum AmMrlran troooa were
Vrl on the border, keeping the
erotdx back and ready to reapoiid o
'in; nrdrrt from Waahlngton.
BAIUFFS ARE SOUGHT
0UITAF8ON ANO. MUNDCLL
CHAROCD WITH tTlAL
INO BOAT AND NKT.
Deputy FUh Warden Ratbbone Mn
Uj twore to a complaint charging
Viler Italllffi Guatafeon andMundell
tltl kavlng aalmon In their poena
era Illegally. Warranta for the arreat
4 the two balllffa were laaued by Dep
UiDlttrlrt Attorney Ury Stlpp.
It la cbr.-d that on tba laat day of
tkeeloced neaiion (luatafaon and Mun
tU porloln.-d a boat and a piece of
let from an Onwego flaberman and
tent out on the river and caught three
Imon. They gave one of the flab
M and the other two were retained
to tkm r.ir thniv mnaiiiI tiM. The
kahlng gear waa returned Intartt to Ita
f ... .
rUNERAt OF MRS. WAKEMAN.
DIRECTORS CHOOSl TOOZE; TO
." HEAD SCHOOLS FOR
HE IS GIVEN INCREASE IN SALARY
A. O. ff and W. W. Bowland Are
Selected aa Prlnelplea High .
School Commeecernent on Frt
' .. day, June 2.
Remain of Woman Who Died In Cal
' fomla Laid to Raat
The remalne of Mra. Wakeman, who
died at Ua Aneelea. California, laat
Tueaday were ehlpped to tbta city,
and tbe funeral aervlcea were con
ducted Monday afternoon at t o'clock
from the Preabytirlen Church, Rer. J.
ft. lindiMKirough oflclatlng. The Inter-
tnnin In the Maaonlc cemetcjXJt
Mountain View, and tbe remalna laid
bealdea thome,Of her hnaband, who
paaaed away In thla city eight yeara
ago- The aervlce waa largely auena-
ed. and tbe quartet compoaed of Mra.
W. C. Green. Mra. Leon Dea Mrtea,
Mra. E. H. Cooper and Mra. McCaw
aang "Come unto Me." ana -ipe sil
ver Chord." Tbe pallbearera were all
relatlvea of the deceased and were
Corleaa Andrewa. E. B. Andrewa. Ly
man Amlrewa. 1'earlle Andrewa, Frank
Andrewa. Henry Andrewa,
Mra. Wakeman waeabout 60 years
of age. and waa the coualn of u R.
Andrewa. of Mount pleasant.
OLDICR BECOMES BENEDICT.
Willltm Jackeon, of thla city, Wed
Mia Belle Stoddard.
WllUm Jackaon. of thla city, who en
toe in the reguUr army, and la now
1 fort Caney. Wash., waa married laat
eek. tha brld. Iwtlne Mill Belle Btod-
rtjirJaokaoB-le -aergaanl, and
the ann of Mr. and Mra. R. W.
t1n. of Mountain Vlow. Ho !
U known In thla rltv. and waa form
rty a number of tbo mllltla of thla
K Ely Buy Home at Qladetona.
t. I Plv I... n..Mkaaa1 ' lha Wll
"mi property at Gladatone, and will
poMomtion in about two weeks
William rnaldanca, la under eon
"ruction, and will be ready In about
that Urn. u. ci.. -.111 vant hla ratf-
he Is now oocupylng on' John
wwy Adama atreet.
' IYTD1 I VTKA I
a wr a mtr e 11"
.Ml ibeut th MW thlnga In tyatam
vltn ik 1.. ..... i .
J1" about elaae, they will tureiy
7? you. Every little L." Syatem
In a elasa all KM own.
Only turn to 130.00.
ht do you say, oan't we
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EULA 8CHUEBEL OF OREGON
CITY, WINS PRIZE IN BIO
subject will be -"Here or Nowhere,
and the Edwin R. Weeks Concert Com-
The plan Is to have one entertain
ment a month. Season tickets will be
Sargent and George M. Zander, ot
Hot Springs. Dakota, who recently ar
rivaul In iht oil kiv Durchaaed tbe
Royal ReatauranLoppoalto the Eleo
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1 1 It IWICI.
No changes will be made nest year
In tha huiti nf tha Oregon City
echoola, the Board of Directors Mon
day night re-electing City Superin
tendent Fred J. 8. Tooze angbsA- o.
Freel principal of the Barclay build
in. nrf V W Rowland, of the Eaat-
ham building. All of them received a
aubsUntlal increaae In - salary. City
Ruoerlntendent Tooze"s salary being
Increaaed from f 1600 to S1800 per an
T.aiw will h ulected at a do-
moottnr nf the hoard to be held
HHiurdav evening. May 27. There
are more than 20 teachers m tne eorpa
ikl. ir anil nrnliahlr oa additional
fblgh school teacher will be engaged aa
well aa another teacner in tne-graaea.
It la known that several vacancies will
M.r nrt vur. aa Miss Edna Cau-
field, teacher nf Engllah In the high
rhnoi and Miss Maribel Cheney,
.,0.1- toaohor ar th Rarclav build
Ing. will not be appllcanta for posi
tions. It Is understood that several
other teachers Are expecting to go to
other cttlea. .
Work In the Oregon City schools
will be partially revolutionized next
Th now hich achool building
111 k ki,iI for nnruninCT for the
Fall term, and the rooma vacated In
k. rihm hufidinc dt tne nign
..il .111 K. nnn nlext the rrades.
TV JIIPU was wj - -
two of which are now crowded Into the
gymnasium building, at tne Bere.sy
building. Domestic eclefloe and man
...ui.. win Kn fnaturea of the
Ull "'"'"S " ..
curriculum and special apparatus will
he provided for theae orancnea. aiuaic
will alao be taught in the city echoola
next year and drawing will be con
tinued and extended.
The high achool thla year graduatea
the largest etas frJW" the twelfth
Would Bay if It Could Talk,' Mlaa Em
ma Roman; recitation. "A Helping
Hand." Mra. A. Mants; reading, "Moth
er," AT J.- Lewie; question, "Are .We
Aa Happy Now As People Were .' 50
Yeara Ago," In which all preaent took
an active part; song. "Memories."
Tbe matter of organizing a Wom
en's Club In the grange was taken up
after tbe programme, and It waa de
cided to bare the secretary, Mrs.' 8.
A. Gtuett, correaponaviia Mra. vaie.
of Evening Star Grange, Multomah
County; Mra. Flore Dlckeraon, of Os
wego; Mra. Olive Buxton, of Forest
Grove. Several of tbe grangea of tbe
county have tbe Women'a Work Club,
and much benefit can be accomplished
by tbe organization.
BULLETS" HALT BANK ROBBER.
PORTLAND, Or, May I. (Special.)
An attempt was made to rob the Eaat
Rid Sank at nkt Washington and
Grand avenue Monday afternoon. -
Praatdent H H. Newnau and caan-
ler Fred W. Alt fired at the would-be
robber, who fled. He was caught after
a abort pursuit Tbe East Side Bank
was robbed about two years ago of
several thousand dollars.
TSi robber la Auaruat Eckbart. 45
veaftfbfi He conducta a machine
ahnn nn nilsan atreet. between Sev
enth and Eighth. He said be waa In
financial atralta. ;
SLUGGERS WITH GUNS
ROUT nm IE MS
CHICAGO MEN , DRIVEN FROM
' BUILDINGS BY BANDS
" OF RIVALS
CHICAGO. May . Strikers today
with drawn revolvers ilned up eleva
tor conatructora and forced them to
elve ud their union card. The ele
vator men were then forced at the
nnlnl nf rnvnlvnra from th building
The Incident waa but one of a num
ber which occurred In vartoua sec
tions of the city. In spite of the order
nf rhlpf of Police that disorder bad to
atnn. Tha machinists who were out
side last week by the Otis Elevator
Company and wbose places were tax
on bv elevator constructors were
charged with lawlessness.
Other buildings where armed slug
cers attacked members' of. a rival
Scene Un Molaiia Railroad
EBY RECEIVES COPY OF
BILL for posromcE
SENOTOR CHAMBERLAIN INTRO
DUCES MEASURE FOR
n i ci.v thn waa. annolnted' by
the Uve Wtree 00 committee to look
after obtaining a federal building for
Oregon City, haa received from
ITnlted States Senator cnmiriiu.
who Introduced the bill, a copy of
he measure, which follows.
A bill to provide for-the purchase
of a site and for the erection or a
Diibllc building tnereon at
"Be It enactea ny in
House of Representattvea 01 me
,ri..4 oiaiaa nf America In Congress
assembled, that the 8ecrretary of the
Treasury be, ana ne is nni, -
ihnn.nrt and-directed to acquire, by
purchaae. condemnation, or other-
v . . ... 1 ...... n iu arnrted
Wise, a Sue, aim kmw , - -
thereon a suitable building. Includ
. . .,.ita haatlna- and ven-
mating apparatus and aproachea. for
the uae ana iccomrowum
United States poaofflce ana oiner
Federal offlcea at Oregon City In tbe
State of Oregon, the cost of name not
exceed aeventy-nrt idou
PARK PLACE BOY GETS PRIZE ESSAY
Five High' Schools and Four Gram
mar On Are Repreaented In .
Competition Prof. Vedder
The Third Annual Contest of the
Clackamas School League, which was
held at Gladstone Hall Saturday night,
v. one of the most Interesting and
exciting In the history of tbe Clack
amas County schools. The esaay con
teat In the high echoola was won by
Marlon Money, of the Oregon City
High School, the subject being, "The
Work of Jacob Rlla.1' Eula Schuebel.
of the Oreaon City High School, won
the oratorical contest, her subject be
ing, "Tbe Judgment Day."
The esaay content of the grammer
echoola was won by Harry A. French,
of Park Place. His subject was, "An
cient and Modern Warfare.- Roberta
Srituebel won the oratorical contest of
the grsmmer schools. Her4 subject
wss "Naughty Zell." -
The Jiidgi-s of the High School con
tests were Supterlntendent Gary, Pro-
feasor C. F. Anderson, of the West Ore
guUty--achoolBJnd ProfeeorJr B.
Calavan, of Maple Lane. The gram
mer school contest Judges', wer Mrs.
8haw, principal of Mllwaukle school.
Mr. Anderson and Superintendent
Gary. - '
All the speechea and- essays worn
excellenL Five high schools and four
grammer schools were represented In
the contest. Professor Vddder,. prin
cipal of the Gladstone school ami Pres
ident of the Clackamas County school
mm upsets :
CAGE; COB KILLED
BABY LION, SEPARATEO FROM
MOTHER, DEVOURED BY
LITTLE NEIGHBORS. .
ACCEENT EEDS CEAYY 13 VII
Young Beaat Falls Through Opening
Agd le Badly Mangled When.
Found--Waa Pet of
A tragedy marked the arrival of the .
Al a Barnes Wild Animal Circus la
Oregon City Sunday night. It waa only
a baby Hon that was killed, but It was
tbe pet of Mr. Barnes and bla legion of
employes. The little animal waa de
voured by anotner cub only . a few
weeka older than it a victim. - and .
'Ruth." one of tthe performing ele
phants waa Indirectly tbe cause. Every
person connected witn tne circus was
affected by the death of the little animal.
The baby Hon that waa killed waa
bom three weeks ago. "Nellie, Its ;
mother. Is a tierce beast, and Mr.
Rarnoa foarln aha. would kill the CttbS
there were three of them had them
removed from the cage. At Medfora
be bought a mother of a litter of pup- -plea
and she became the foster moth
er of tbe little lions. - She and her -adopted
brood were placed in a cage
divided 'in tbe center by Iron bare. In
the other half of which were "Jnll-
ef and her family or little one.
When tbe wagon-cage was taken off ,
the train her It became stalled at
tbe railroad track- and "Ruth." who la
relied upon In an emergency. of that
kind, was put to work.
The big beast put ner irunn 10 a
hind wheel aa 4s her custom, bat In
stead of pushing tbe wagon rorwara.
turnod It anr. It waa finally righted.
but when opened on the ahow gronnda -
one of "Nellie a little atoien cud waa
found dead rn "Jullet'a" hair or tne
cage. The poor little animal haa al
most been devoured by its young
It waa found that two or tne oars in .
the petition had been bent when the
cage turned over, and through this the
North State and Klnzie streets One
. . . ..mmI. V. a . . .n
and removed to a hoapltal by the po- babr
lice, ruur vi mc iikavu .
Paroled Man Are tad Here.
nrt Cummtngs was arrested hem
Sunday by Chief Shaw. H Is wanted
at Medford. or., ana Du-nn .
Jones, of Jackson county, ph
lt ' . ..riniin of Cummtngs.
Some wetVi o upon complaint of
Constable A. U irwm 01
Cummlngs waa arrested her and after
bla return to Boumeru ui -
sentenced to nvrmonth. In th. coun-
tr lall and paroiea, nut orv - ir--roli
by stealing 20 shirts. Ha wl 1 b
held her until th arrival of a Jack-
eon county officer. , , .
Woman Die In Qyp c,mP
Mrs. Sarah N. Stewart, who hM
been living In a fJVf fP "n
west side of th rtvr, died last Frl
day. Sh waa born August II, it,
and waa daughter of L. Whortn
Death was du to tuberculosis, - tm
funeral will be hold Tuesday and th
burial will b In Mountain Tlw ceme
tery. " " ',' 'v .. . iak. ')." ' k
" ReAd tb Wornlnt tmtnrprts.
GOIJTRACT SIGNED FOR
LYCEUM COURSE HERE
GLEE SINGERS, LECTURERS AND
OTHER ATTRACTIONS ARE -PLANNED.
Oregon City will have a Lyceum
Course th coming Fall and Winter
which, It Is believed, will surpass any
thing of like nature ev.er attempted
h.n Th t.vreum Association . re
cently organlxed, contracted Monday
with the Brltt Lyceum Bureau to fur
nish the attractions. The majority of
the men who are taking an active part
In th project ar member of th
Commercial Club. Among them ar
F. J. Too. O. D. Eby. W. A. Huntley
and V T I.ailla. '
Arrant-amenta will be made for tne
nntartalnmanta to be ctven at the
cMvaiv Thaater. A lone list of fea
tures was offered the association,
..MM, flnallv decided UDon six.
Tha era! 1h Rovsl Enaltsh Bell
Ringers end Glee Singers, consisting
of ten members, will start th courst
in rwtnher.. The ther attractions
will be Dr. Ernest J. Bias, Indiana, lec
turer' Vlririnla Jnblle Slngersj Ed
.V.L rvtr" noet entert-lner!
Harold Morton Kramer, lecturer.wbose
Thlrtv.uvnnth and Rockwell streets
An antnmohlle filled with slugger
drew np and three men with drawn re
inlipr. Vtrov the union elevator con
structor from the building.
Albany avenue and Weat Madison
street Two elevator constructors v
tacked by armed sluggers. .
ormer Oregon City Man Die.
Wnnl aa mplH In thla cltT br
Rdward Rckner announcing the death x
of Robert McClure. formerly of this
city, but recently or iewiaioav tanno.
SIDE -HILL AND PILE OF ROCKS. ON BINGHAM PROTY,
WHICH CONDEMNATION r littuinvw ' "
CITY COUNCIL PASSES
CONCRETE CULVERT ORDERED
FOR JOHN ADAMS STREET
The City Council at a special meet
ing Monday night ned ordinance
providing for the sale of bonds for
.. i.nmv.mpiii of Twelfth street.
sewer work In district No. S on Ninth
and Taylor street ana tne improve
ment of -Twelfth street at water
An ordinance providing for a con
crete culvert on John Adams street
i..iwann Fnurteetfth and Fifteenth
streets was also passed. .Other ma
terials for the culvert were discussed
hut It wss decided mat concrete waa
the cheapest and best.-
The acceptance or a. l xi
the ordinance granting him a rran
chise to lay gaa mains In Oregon City
was filed. ' ' ,
In the absence or Mayor urew.u,
President Andresen presided at the
The members present were Messrs.
Andresen. Burke, Holman, Mlchels
ELLERY CAPEN, OF WILLAMETTE,
x CAME TO OREGON FROM
CAST IN 187S.
Ellery Capen. an' old and highly re
spected resident of Willamette, died
last Saturday night, after a brief 111
netta Jtist 14 weeks after th death or
his wife. Funeral services will be
held at 9 'clock this morning at th
horn of Mr. Capn's daughter Mr.
W A. Ross, at Wlllamtte, and at I
o'clock this afternoon at FlnleyM
chapel In Portland. ' '
Mr Capen was born In Stoughton,
Mass.. September 23, 1842. and waa
the aon of Lucy and Oeorg Capen.
He came to Portland In 1876, and was
In the shoe manufacturing business
with hla brother, George B. Cspen r'
14 years. In that city. d wa lo-th
same buslneen'et Willamette for IT
grade in it history. There are
graduates, and they win noia m-ir
Class Day exercises Thursday, June
i ti.. mmmciiMmcnt nrogramme
will be given at tbe Shlvely Theater
Friday evening, June Z, ana tne ciu
address will be delivered by H. M.
Crooks, president of Albany Colege.
The muaicaJ program m- wia. be lur
nlshed by the Girla' Glee Club pf the
high achol. '
TO EXHIBIT AT FAIR
EFFORT WILL BE MADE TO WIN
- ANOTHER PRIXE ENTER
TAINMENT IS GIVEN.
Th Maple Lane Grange met in regu
lar session at the Mapie Lane Orange
hall, and there was much enthusiasm
. i ..niativ in tha matter of
Exhibiting at the coming county fair
to be held at the ciace-ama. v.u..
Fair grounds In Canby In September.
A committee compoaea ot ""'",
chairman: A. J. Lwl and Mi O. A.
Swallow mad Ita report. It waa de
cided to have an dxhlblt, and th apace
In the exhibit building has been re
ceived. Tbe Mapl Lan Orang had
an exhibit at the flrat county fair,
which waa hid at Gladstone years
ggo, and received second prize.
Their exhibit was admired by the
many hundreds of visitors, and the
members will try to win one of the
prises this year.
Tbe morning session of Saturday s
meeting was devoted to business of
the order, and at noon a dinner waa
served by the ladle following the
dinner the lecturer's programme was
taken up. this being In arg of Mrs
O A Swallow, and consisted ot th fol
lowing numbers: Song. "Help It On.
Orange"; roll call, with quotatlona;
recitation. -Annette Adcock; recita
tion.,' "Dorothy 8 wallow ;"aong, 'The
Cottage by the Mill.- Mr. 8 A .Gil;
left; recitation, "Ask the Ladle' Aid,
t.Arb- arran box. ore-
aided or by Mlaa Emma, Roman auid.
A. J. Lewis; reading, -won
PRICE BROS. WIN TWO GAMES.
Tk. Prlna, Rma has ball team
UTJ - "
played a double header Sunday on the
Canemah Park ground. In tbe first
game they shutout the Overland of
Portland. 18 to 0. Irvine, tbe Portland
catcher. Injured a finger during th
game and was replaced by Parkhurst.
The second game waa puyyea wiu
Ram side Cubs, another Portland
earn. This also resulted In a shutout,
r to 0 In favor of the Oregon City
Long pitched tbe nrat Tour innings
alnat tha, nvrlanda and Rittenbouse
unlshet that and the following gam
in th mtphr'a box. xne mce nro-
team has games scheduled till June
i Mar K ther nlav Ltnnton at
i inninn. Mir 91 Aurora at Aurora:
OS Dnril.nil nlanla a OOlored
maj o u. i u ,
team at Caneman Park; June 6, Co-
lumhia Hardware Comnanr or fon-
lann at Canemah Park: June 12 Oak
Orove at Oak Grove; June 19 Pop
Corn King at Canemah Park.
Burmcistcr & Andresen
OREGON QTY JEWELERS
Saspension Bride Corner;
. .......... .-.,.An.nAnavnaVriaVoaVrAoe
S WANTED! . !
5 to 20 Acre Farms Near Oregon City -
f We have several .buyers waiting and many coming.
If your place is for sale and the price right come and
see us at once. " o
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO.
Phone: Paelflo M-S0. Horn A-16S. Main 8L. Oregon City,
do these prices strike yotf .
hones $ 1 .50 and up, tzvring oactilfics
$5 and tip. Also some bafffaica in
pianos and organs. 7e rfiil edzo sell
pianos, or cans and fur nitcrJn rcccn
able commission. V :
CITY MUSIC CT