Image provided by: Oregon City Public Library; Oregon City, OR
About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1911)
' auaoorlptleno ,,r lh Morning e
. III ki Mealui Ina A
The only dally nioiaaasi' fca
twees) Portland and atom; alraa)
latoa In ovary aootlon of Claotaa.
e mas County, with a peptilatle of O)
30,000. Aro you an advetleerf
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED I 5 GO
VOL 1-No. 10G.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1911.
Peb Wkex, 10 Cents
! f-il I l""Moe tlm al epeolal
! i est benefit ric.
JUAREZ IS MADE
CAPITAL OF REBELS
TOWN TAKEN AFTER TWO DAY'S
BATTLE AND FEDERALS ARE
PR HON I.
TAFXRECOGINTK)Pi IS TO BE ASKED
pnnittt Not Resdy,.-However, to
! Ornl H 40 Government ,
Troops and IS Robots
BL pAHO, Tx , May 10. Tba rob
,li bve raptured Jauros and mado It
Ik provisional capital. Francisco I.
lUJrro, Jr., baa boon named Provl
iltasl President. Ha expects Wash
laittdMo wcngnla tba belligerents'
Ocurrsl Jiisii J. Navarro, the federal
conmander U being bold captive la a
,0001 of th barrackB, which fur two
itt ha bravely defended aalnst tbo
,rr onslaught at tba enemy. Ho
prrMdorod wlib almost bla entire
prrtson after a heavy loaa la billed
t . MatliTO, Jr., fluabod wltb vie
lorf Is surrounded by bla moo and
firsrs. II declaree that ba la roady
lladero dwlarea Ibat tba Moilran
lowamrnt must doal fairly wltb tha
M?olutionlUL Action and not prom
bt Is demanded. "
la improvised boaiiltala aro many
vwsaed attended by physicians and
ursrt from this city. - t :. . K'
Tka federal dead aro said to number
warty 50. while the rebel dead Bum
Wr shout 15. with a totalwounded of
ISO The total number lost probably
Krrr will be known, aa deserters
srt many and tba dead have born
aarlea qul kly. Among tha dead were
Cbiootl TaialMrrl and Captain. Sarhu-
Oa tho American aide of the Una
i htv bvra killed and about 17
founded, soma of them being leno
s(lx engaged at a dlstanoa from the
Tb surrender of tba town by Uen-
tnl Navarro took place at about )
I'tlwk, General avarro Riving bla
ivorf to Colonel Garibaldi, of tba In
wrrKio army, after tha febela had
eoaplrtely surrounded tba barracks
u4 threstenud to annihilate tba gir
nwa within Ills yaa dimmed aa be
KnvDdered. but Colonel Garibaldi,
tits a bandnhaka (hat beopoka bla
aser admlrsilon for tha brava flgh
tVteoeral leader had made, assured
kia every courtesy. .Rebel offlce'rt
wl sp and extended to tba federal
assajaader ihelr sympathy aa Mesl
tut (or him and bla men.
Ptriflc Coast league San Francla
s i, Portland 2: Sacramento I, Vern
al 1; Oakland t, Loa Angolea t. '
Nonhwestern League Portland t,
Vucoovor 2; Seattle 1, Tacoma 0;
Mtne 12, Victor! $, "
Amrtrn League Cleveland 6. Boa-
k I; Philadelphia I, flt, Loula ;
York 8. Detroit 1 Chicago I,
Witblijton I. " ' t.
""tonal league St. Loula 4, Brook-
'v h New York 11. Chicago 1: PhlU
rMa , Pittsburg I; Cincinnati I,
TArrwONT RECOGNIZE MADIRO
A8illNaTON, May 10. It wae do
(1f4 here tonight that Prealdent
Tft tt not willing to reoogntau tba
'llforsncy of Madaro. Tba head of
Mexican government bara la
to make a demand of tha Praal
"t tomorrow, '
' EXTRA I EXTRA I t
ABibout tha naw thlnoa In yatam
T" th Juat earn In.
'. about elaaa, thay will auraly
Every little L. Eyatam
elasa all It'a own. -
. ONLY 115.00 to ESOOO.
ht do you ay MBt wt
w you T
IXCLUSIVE CLOTMIERE ' ;
Hot lika Ciaaw- r'; '-
an. Main ta.' . )'
O. A. C Librarian to Attand.
COR V ALUS, Or., May 10 Tha O.
A. C. Library la to be represented at
(he annual convention of tba Ameri
can Ubrary Association at Loo Ange
l's, Cal., by Mrs. Ida Kidder, Uta col
lKo librarian. Mrs. Kidder will push
the movement for an agrlruliursl II
biary branch of the A. L A. while at
lliecnvwttlon, and beforr returntiiR
to Cnrvalll nest fall will visit many
of the larger' educational Institutions
of the Km st having agricultural II
brarlee. Oakland Re-elects Mott
OAKLAND, Cal., May 10 Frank K. j
Mott la again elected Mayor of Oak
land, having defeated the Socialist
candidate, Thomas Booth. ,
Quake, Shocks California.
OXNARD, Cal., May 10. Little
earthquake shocks were felt hero at
( and Siljjf'rlock this morning and a
allahtly heavier one at :04. No dam
GROVER HI TO
BE HELD FRIDAY
EX-GOVERNOR AND ONE OF THE
FRAMER8 OF OREGON CON
PORTLAND. Or, May 10 (Spl.)
Tha funeral service of Lafayette Orov
er, ex-Governor of Oregon; ex-United
Slates Senator and one of tha framer
of the Oregon Constitution, who died
suddenly this morning, will ba held lo
Trinity Episcopal church at I o'clock
Friday afternoon. Burial will ba In
Mr. C.rover waa born In Itethel,
Maine. November 19, 1823, and cama
to Oregon 60 yeara ago.
In 18S7 Mr. Grover waa chosen a
delegate to the atata constitutional
convention and waa one of tha leading
minds In drafting the constitution of
Oregon. Ha waa later elected to tha
atata legislature. From thla position
he was elected as tha atate'a first rep
resentative In congress In 1858. In
1870 he waa elected governor of the
atata and waa re-elected four yeara
later. In 1877 he resigned the gover
norship to become United Statea sen
ator, where he aerved the state until
It waa when the Republican party
waa confronted by defeat In the effort
to eloct Rutherford B. Hayes Preal
dent, that a National Issue waa placed
within the handa of Oovenor Grover.
When the vtea were counted It waa
found that Iioulslana. Florida and Ore
gon were the controlling factora. By
rullnga which tha Republlcana adopt
d Florida and Louisiana wera placed
In' satisfactory position, but ovary
electoral rote from Oregon waa atlll
Three electora bad been choaen In
thla atata, receiving a sufficient vote.
It waa found that one of tha number
i wtr watts, holding a post-
office po"IU Lafayette, and the
Democrata producer the toniuuu.uir
al provision which forbade any man
holding a public office from being
chosen aa an elector. . .
Governor Grover Issued a certificate
r.f eleotlon to Attorney Cronln, of
Portland, In tha placa or Watt, and
on tha recognition of Cronln m ' Watta
C"--V- r.t. of tha nartlee. Through-
out tha Nation tha namea of Grover
Cronln and watta w. -tongua.
The two Republican eleotora not
aJcTad would not recognU. Cron n
and refused to meet with him. Watta
resigned bla office as postmaster,
waiThosen by the two Republican
""t. .1,: theory that they bad
tha right to fill tba vacancy, these
.viimni esst the votes
it..... intn office, and men
wnicn pin ri" hla
.i.i m.ii. w airaln given nis
poatofflca. Party pe" throughout
tha country ragea. --
.v..... inn h verv forefront
er waa imuni. ---.
of National prominence, being or?"
OI f -..,., k
bv hla aoversariea suu
hf, fVtlow party membera. - . Ml,
Resrd tha Mwiln BntarprUaV
PUBLIC DISPLAY .: OF . WHAT
SCHOOL CHILDREN 'ARE DO
ING BEGINS FRIDAY. .
TEACHERS TO WELCOME VISITORS
Object la to Acquaint Cltlzena With
What la Bolng Accomplished
. Exhibition In Wolnhard
Specimens of the work of every
child attending the public schools of
Oregon City will be ahown at a public
exhibition which will be opened Frl
Ing. Thla will be the first public ex
hibition on an extensive scale of tbe
work of tbe school children of this
The object of the exhibition will be
lo acquaint the parenta of the child
ren and other residents of the city
with what la being accomplished In
the schools. Teachers will be pres
ent to welcome the vlaitora and ex
plain the plana of work. Superin
tendent Tooze will also be ou hand
most of the time.
In order that every one may have
a chance to see the Vork of tho child
ren two days have been aet aside for
the exhibition. It will begin at 1
o'clock Friday afternoon, and the
door will not be closed until 9 tnat
evening. The exhibition will ba open
to the public from 9 o"clock Saturday
morning until 9 o'clock that evening.
In the grades work In the following
subject a will be shown:
Arlthimtui', language. geography,
history, manual training, physiology
and hygiene, apelllng. clvlca. nature
study, maps, drawing and penmanship.
In the high achool specimens of the
work In the following will be shown:
English compositions, history and
clvlca. mechanical drawing. LAtin
translation, composition and gram
mar forma, mathematics, physiology,
botany, chemlatry, physics and Ger
RUSHLIGHTS FOES AT
SEA FOR CANDIDATE
MANY CITIZENS URGED TO MAKE
RACE FOR MAYOR BUT
PORTLAND. ; Or., May 10. (Spe
cial.) The opponents of A. 0. Rush
light are having a difficult time find
ing a man to oppose bim on aa Inde
pendent ticket. Since the nomination
for mayor of Mr. Rushlight by tha
Republlcana last Saturday every effort
haa been' made to find a man to run
against him, but without aucceaa.
Exactly 10 daya remain In which to
flush tha right kind of a cltlxen to be
tha Independent, and tha aearchlng
partlea, of which" there are aeveral,
will continue their Investlgatlona up
to tha last minute, If necessary. A
dosen aultable cltlxena who would fill
tha bill ara adamant In their refusal
to enter tha political race, which la
quite aatisfactory to Ruahllght and
equally aatisfactory to Thomas, tha
Democratic nomlnoe, who . contenda
that for an Independent to coma out
will apllt tha vote and allow Rushlight
to win. .
, Mayor Simon la atlll considering;
John F. O'Shea poaltlvely balka: John
Burgard saya hla business won't let
him; John M. Gearin deollnea with
thanks; Tom wora is ainu.. w
.a io 0n down me nne
onu-"--. ... . u
iEi - Mayof, powa Is .being- boom In
aomo qiiaitere, C. W. Hodson a riame
Is IxMng talked of, but so faraa known
the proposition baa not been utto
Mm. ' . ,
In the 8lxtb Ward, the Insurgent
Ri'publicana are camping on tbe trail
of Councilman Beldlng, and predict
they will defeat bim with John Mon
tag. Democrat, In June. There 1a also
talk of an Independent agalnatCoun-
cllman Kubll In the Eighth Ward. Dr,
Edward Locke, who served In tha
Staie Senate last session. Dr. J. E.
Josephl and Richard Deich ara men
tloned aa possible material with which
j to defeat Kubll.,
SUNDAY SCHOOLS MEET TODAY.
Clackamas County Convention Haa
The Oregon City District Sunday
School Convention will do held at
Parkplace today. There will be three
sessions, morning, aftrnoon and eve-.
ing. Basket lunch at noon will be
aerved. , , v
The following la the grogramme
Scene On Molalla Railroad 5
ENGINEERING OBSTACLES OFFER NO BAR TO PUSHING WORK OF
GRADING. - i ;
10:15. Praise and prayer by Rev. J.
L." Jones; 10: 30. roll call and reporta
from achool; 10:i5, appointing of com
mutes; 11:00, banner home depart'
ment. Mrs. D. C. Latourette; 11:25,
organised school work, - Rev. A. H.
Mulkey; 11:40, teacher training; Mrs.
H. M. Smith; 12 ociock, nasitet mncn;
2:00, aong aervlce; 2:20. banner year
with the boys. Rev. J. R. Landsbor
ough: 1:45, buslnesa aesalon; h3;10.
Intermediate, F. Tooxe; S:50, aolo,
Mlsa Ivy Roake; 2:30, "la the Child
SafeT' Rev. Spies; 3:50, round table.
Rev. C M. Phlppa; basket aupper;
7:30, devotion, Emery French; 7:45,
anthem, choir; 7:55. "A Banner Sun
day School." John W. Loder; 8:15,
aolo. Mra. L. M. Olmatad; 8:20, "What
Shall the Harvest Be." Rev. C. M
Useless Lights Turned Off.
SALEM, Or., May 10. In order to
reduce tha current expenaea of tbo
Capitol building, Secretary of State
Olcott Issued ordera tqthe Janitor that
hereafter no llghta be allowed to burn
during tha daytime In the lobblea on
any of tha floors and- that all Mghta
In the 8enate and Representative
chambcra must be kept turned off at
all times. For th paat few yeara
hundreds of llghta have been allowed
to bum day and night In the lobby on
tho aecond floor, and In the rotunda.
DISTRICT DISPLAY PLANNED
Many Sections -To Have Exhibits at
Secretary Laielie, of tho Clackamas
County Fair -Aasoclatlon. announced
Wednesday that arrangeraenta bad
been made for the district dlaplaye at
the fair to be held on September 37, 28,
o and 80. Maple Lane, Warner
Grange, Barlow, Gladstone and Oak-
Orove are among the aistncia m
will be represented. It Is also thought
that Mount Pleasant and Willamette
will have displays.
Couple Goto License to Marry.
Amy Hartson and Herbert W.
Pry me ware granted a marriage'
renso on Wednesday afternoon byt
County Clork Mulvey.
HI BIG on
MANY DEALERS EAGER TO TAKE
ENTIRE CROP OF OREGON
CAS Cf EOXES READY FOR DELIVERY
Botter Fruit Expected to Bo Grown
Thla Year Than Ever Before
Mstbods Are Inv
Tba directors of tbo Oregon -City
Fruit A Produce Union met Tuesday
night In tbo office of tbe manager.
Those present were George W. Wal
dron, president. O. D. Eby, B. Kup
ponder, George M. Laxelle, A. J. Lewis,
C. W. Swallow, George De Bok and
M. J. Laxelle.
Tbe most Important matter
considered waa the disposal of
the straw berry crop. Several buyera
were preaent and anxloua to obtain
tbe entire.' crop of the Oregon City
Union, aa the berries produced In thla
section are of a very fine flavor and
quality and are aought 'ofter by the
dealers. It la - understood that In
all probability the atrawberrlea of
thla section will be purchased by the
R. F. Hosking Company, of Portland,
although as yet no papers have been
Manager H. G. W. Miller reported
that tbe membera had used 2000 gal
lons of lime aulphur apray already thla
year and at present be waa distribut
ing arsenate of lead. Thla shows
that the Union is having effect upon
the methoda of the growers and pros
pects are that more good fruit will be
produced In Clackamaa County thla
year than ever before. , ,
The Union baa Just received a car
load, oXatraw berry, boxes . from - the
factory and will distribute them
among the growers. Each - grower
mast have hla name and number on
the crates and after the berries have
been Inspected by the manager, the
stamp of tha Union will be placed
on the crate.
This is the first time in the history
of Oregon City that strawberry buyera
have been attracted here and this
only goes to show the "Importance of
the Union to this section. '
' CANBY TO HAVE RACE MEET.
Parade And Horse Show Also Bo
Canb; win uave thrs year one of
largest and best race meets and horse
shows ever held at that place, the
date of which will be Saturday, June
3. Some of the best racera of the
North Pacific circuit will be entered
and raced on the track of the Clacka
maa Fair Grounds. - Cash prises
will be offered for the racers, while
premluma will be given for the ahw
A parade will be one of the featurea
of the morning. The horse ahow will
be given on the streets of Canby, and
the races at the fair grounds. The
Canby bund will furnish the music.
National Fratornitloa Urgsd.
WALLA WALLA. Wash., May 10.
A recent Issue of the Whitman Col
lege Quarterly contalne the full text
of the report of the special committee
appointed by the board of overseers
to Investigate the matter of college
fraternitlea. The report la compre
hensive and recommends the estab
lishment of National fraternitlea un
der careful aupervlBlon.
MAN SLAIN NOT IDENTIFIED.
PENDLETON. Or., May 10 After
two daya of unceaalng work on the
Umatilla murder mystery, the officers
are as much at eea aa ever. One man
In Pendleton aaid he recognised In the
dead man a passing acquaintance of a
few dayB ago. He aaya that the mur
dered man la John Casey, of Brock
ton, Masa. Querloa have been Bent
to Brockton for Information.
SALE OF SEATS STARTS TODAY.
"Bod Riding Hood" and "The Gypsy
Queen" To be Prooontod.
Tho box sheet for the presentation
of "Red Riding Hood" and "Tha Gypsy
Queen'' to ba given t the 8hlvely
opera house on Thursday and Friday
eveulHgwepefied thla, morning,., and,
from the demand for seats there la no
doubt but there will be a largo crowd.
"Red Riding Hood" which will beglven
on Thursday evening, will be partici
pated In by mora than 100 children
of thla city, who will bo beautifully
costumed, "The Gypsy Queen" will
be given Friday. These two onter-
talnmenta ara to be given under tha
auspices of tbo Daughters of the King
6f the St. Paul'a Episcopal church un
der tbe direction of Mr. and Mrs.
Simpson, who recently arrived In thla
city from Chicago, and who have bad
much xperlencea in putting on canta
tas of thla order.
Bailiffs To bo Tried Today.
Tho trial of Water Bailiffs Gustaf
son and Mundell, -charged with catch
ing trout lllagally will be held before
Justice of the Peace Samson at 10
o'clock thla morning. ' Tha trial waa
postponed Wednesday because of tha
abaence of wlthessea who. It la aaid,
will testify that they aaw tbo accused
men with aalmon the last day of the
closed aeaaon. The bailiffs declare
that they are not guilty.
MAN KILLED IN PLANE FALL.
8AN ANTONIO, Texaa. May 10.
Lieutenant George M. Kelly, of tbe
Thirtieth Infantry, U. S. A, waa killed
thla morning In a fall from a. Curtlaa
aeroplane at tbe Fort Sam Houston.
Ho waa making a fight, and when
about 60 feet from tha ground shot
forward from bla aeat - landing on hla
head. Hla ahull waa fracture, and he
died In a few minutes, without regain
ing conclounsneaa. -
Kelly waa a pupil of Glenn Curtlaa
In aviation, and came here about three
weeks ago from, San Diego, CaL
where be received his first lessons.
It la believed tbe accident waa
caused by the unexpected starting
of the engine while Kelly waa making
FOR POST CARD DAf
SCHOOL CHILDREN ARE
AID OREGON CITY PRO-
MOTION PLAN. . .
Oregon City will be a busy place
next Monday. That day haa been
designated "Post Card Day," and It
la expected that thousands of cards
will be mailed from thla city to var
ious parte of tha United States.
Tbe plan originated wltb the Live
Wires cf the Commercial Club, anJ
the details have been arranged by a
committee, composed of Major L. S.
Noble. E. E. Brodie and ML J. Lazelle.
The children of the-city school
have been supplied with carda by the
Commercial Club. They ara expected
to devote a part of the day to address
ing and mailing the carda to friends
Their parenta, and. in fact, all cltlzena
are urged to mall post carda to per
sons in various 'of the country. An
ticipating the great demand for the
carda. many of rne merchants have ad
ded to their stocks and are displaying
the- cards in their wlndowa. It la
believed that thecarda. all of which
will contain Illustrations of points ol
interest in - Oregon City and Clack'
amas County will attract many home
Church to Be On Old Site.
ALBANY, Or, May 10. The mem
ber cf the First Presbyterian Church
hare decided to locate their new build
ing on the atte of the present church.
corner of Fifth and Broadalbion
streets. ' At a meeting held some time
ago It waa planned to build the new
structure on the northwest corner of
the college grounds facing Ferry
street. The structure will cost $25,
Rich Gold Lodge Found
MARSHFIELD. Or., May 10. A re
port cornea from Curry County that
Edward Miller and J. W. Baker have
found a mineral ledge near Agnes
which Is rich in gold. Finds In that
part of the county bava been made at
different timea, but Usually they have
proved only to be pocketa.
TO HAVE SANE FOURTH.
Pernflaalon May Be Given For Harm
The Gladstone city council met In
regular aession on Tueaday night, and
among, the Important matters given
attention was ttie passage of an or
dinance prohibiting flreworka In the
limits of Gladstone. Thla waa In re
aponse to a demand for a sane Fourth
of July this year. Special permission
may be gtven for a harmlesa display
of flreworka in tha evening.
Aaron Burr'a Manalon To Go.
NEW YORK, May 10 Another New
York landmark, the famous Aaon
Burr mansion on Riverside, drive.
Is to go before the advancing line
of modern apartment houses. Tbe
mansion, 140 years old. haa been sold
at auction to a builder, and will be
torn down at once. James Madison,
President of the United Statea, oc
cupied It from 1804 to!806. '
Patronise our advertlsera.
V ANTED I r .
5 to 20 Acre Farms Nf Oregon City
f We have sever 1 buyers waiting and many coming.
II your place is for sale and the price right come and
ee ns at once.
W. F. SCHOOLEY CO.
-. paoHlej HMO, Heme Atffi.
404040 40404040 00 wOw0404w40404OdMw04OOwe404er( ZUt
TO BID TREATING
PETITION TO MAYOR AND CITY
' COUNCIL FOR MEASURE :
IS CIRCULATED. .
MANY SICKATLTiS HI C3TO
Action In Line With Recent Regula
tion of Saloons and ' Pool .
Room Law Now Bolng -
Considered. , . " .
An antl. treating ordanco la being
agltaed In Oregon City, and those who
favor It aay that tbe measure will
be passed. A petition to Mayor Brow- .
nell and the City Council urging tha
paaaage oftho ordinance la being cir
culated by Harley C. Stevena. - Mr.
Stevens baa obtained aeveral hundred .
signatures, and will aubmit tha petl-
tlon - to the - Mayor and city"
council when he- baa obtained
1000. The agitation la lit - line with
the . recent reform movement ' that
waa started when an ordinance ' waa
passed providing for glasa front doors
and windows for the saloons. , An
odlnance before the city council now
providea for the regulation of the
pool and billiard rooms. . It prohibits
card, playing and all gamea of chance '
In these places, and makee tha aamo
provision aa to glass doors and wln
dowa aa the saloon ordinance.
The petition for tho antl- treating
ordinance recite that- great barm
cornea from tho custom of treating in
saloons ' and clubs. " It ' la contended
that many persons are induced by .
friend to drink who would not do -
ao otherwiae. . - .
Foiling la the copy of the petition:
"To the Honorable Mayor and City
Council or Oregon City, Or.: Wo tha
undersigned, residents and taxpayers ,
of Oregon City believe mat great
harm cornea from tha custom of treat- -Ing
in places whore Intoxicating li
quors are dispensed and believing it to
be for the best interest of thla com
munity that aaid custom of treating
be prevented, wa therefore petition ,
your honorable body to prepare ana
nasa an ordinance making it unlaw
ful for persons to treat or give to any
person or persona any . intoxicating
Uquova of any kind 1 any saloon,
drug atore, club room or any other
public place - within the corporate
ttmttf or Oregon Cltyr and your peti
tioner will ever pray.
BAILEY'S REMOVAL IS
ASKED BY GRANGERS
RESOLUTION INTRODUCED OP
POSING REFERENDUM IN
CORVALL1S, Or., May 10. (Spe
cial) Multnomah County delegates
offered a resolution today at the con
vention of the 8tat Orange looking
to the removal of State Dairy Commis
sioner Bailey. In case he falls to re
Blgn tbe Governor la asked to remove
bim. The Grangera were entertained
at the college for luncheon and din
ner. Columbia county Introduced a ring
ing resolution opposing the referen
dum on the educational appropriations
and another opposing the approprla- ;
tlon of money to defray expenaea of
an ambassador to the coronation of
Douglas county presented a reaolu- -tlon
favoring a key to tho unwritten
work. Lane county presented a re
quest for information relative to co- ,
Delegatea from Linn county favored '
more Btrlngent laws relative to tuber
cular livestock and tho spread of the -disease.
Following the report of the commit
tee on credentials and other prelimin
ary work, aeveral committees to take
charge of routine work of the tour
days' aeaalon were named. Mayor
C. V. Johnson delivered the addresa of
welcome from the city, and Professor
W. F. Gaaklna welcomed tha vlaitora
In behalf of the Commercial Club, of '
which he Is president. C. B. 8pence, v
master of the State Orange, respond- "
ed for the visitors. An addresa waa
riven bv President W. J. Kerr of tbe '
college, who spoke on "Tbe Place of
the Agricultural College in Kducauon."
Former Clackamaa Teacher D4ea
The Misses Effle and Anna Smith, of
Gladstone, have received word of.
the death of thtr aecond Cousin. Miss
Emma Wendt. which occured on May
4th. at the home of ber parents, in
Maple Plane, Minn., where aho had
been 111 for aeveral months with
tumberculoala. Mlsa Went waa for
six yeara a teacher in the Minnesota
public achoole, and also taught in tkta
county, where oho apent about one
year. She leavea many relative and
trlenda to mourn ber lose, j
z Main Cw Cxt'O CT-.