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VOL. 1-No. 107.
REBELS TO HOVE
on no ot
VICTORY STRENGTHENS Dl
MANOS OF MADERO IN PEACE
PROVISIONAL mm IS NAMED
Mitary Operations Are la Be Pur
sued Vlgeroiieljr Rallwaye
Ara to Be Re
paired. EL I'AHO, Tax.! May 11 (pclnl.)
fruclro . Madero, Jr., provisional
president. Unlay namatl hi cabinet
officers and eatabliahed a capltol In
Jtfrr. which waa captured by the
rtbv! WVdneeday. Tha rebcle Ua
c!r their next move will ba a inarch
cn Mexico t'Hy.
The Juare victory haa atrenglhened
the drreanda of Madero In peace lie
tnflatlona. ' . .
VTadoro a cabinet la a follow:
pr. Vasque Oomea, Minister of For
eign Relatione; Ouatavo Madero, Min
uter of Finance; Vrnuatlano Carran
v, Minister of War; Frederlro (Ion-
Minister of tha Interior:
piso fluarra. Mlnlatrr of Juatlra; Juan
Hanch Aicona. atcntary to tha
Carraniia will bava rharx of lh
railaa and (VlrKrapha and hla Brat
art aa to grrfnt parralaalnn for tha
wpalr of tha Mailcan Northweaiarn
Gonialea Oario will bartr char of
tke mall aorvlra and tha Bocrelary
of tha Trraaury, Ouatavo Madro, will
lr-t thr attaint of tha Cuatoro Houaa.
prroldfNt Madrro and hla ralilm'i
eonaldrrd a plan tor roaumpllun of
" n..iililniia but th rrbt!
rbirfa ara now dlalnrllnrd lo apraad
Uf peace nettotlationa. Thay aay It
Kit a dlaconrertlnf aff'ct on rebel ac
Urlty In other parta of tha republic
idJ military operation, tbejr telleva,
buuld le routlnued vlguroualy until
I (leflnltr peace agreement la algned.
Carbajal, the federal peace repre
sentative, la at III here, ready to renew
IKSURCCNTS DEADLOCK AENATE.
WisJWivrtTfiN uav .t (rtie all
'-M-ven 'hallm. wr. taken l.v ih- aa v. aa charged at he time of the ar---en
bnllota ware taken by lrHl T1(PV pH,,, ,, ,hpy folind
ftiata louay in a ruuia anon to aieci
CuMlnger, of New Hampshire, prral
d'l.t protempore to eucceed Krye, w ho
"nKnert. The Insurgent He publican a
timed the deadlock.
Plve of them voted agalnat (Jailing
rr Three othera were paired agalnat
aim. ,. .
Cullom, chairman of tba Republican
rstiru, placed (ialllnger 'in nomina
tion. Bacon of Georgia wai nominat
ed by Martin, chairman of the Demo
eittlc caucua. La Follette nominated
Borah announced hla desire lo vote
tor Gallinger, but atated thaf; owing
to a pair, with Worka, who waa un
friendly to Gallinger, ha would not do
o. Later he atated that thla pair had
ot been arranged to Injure the New
Hampshire Senator. Dacon waa paired
lth Cummlna and Kenyon with
Bacon, the Democratic candidate,
flved 35, Gallinger, the Republican
andldate, 32 and qiapp four, while
Bu stood for Tillman and C'lapp for
BHmow, Neceaaary to a choice, 37. '
Brtitow, La Follette, (Jronna and
Polndexter voted for Clapp. Cummlna
Bourne, Worka and Crawford, "pro
wilves," were all absent but paired
Clapp, except Crawford, who waa
1U- All the Democratic votea were
. Putronne our advertleera.
W promlae to love honor obey
tova to da hualnaaa. Wl honor
ur patronage. Wo obey your wlahea
vm'II live happily In our clothing
"fa of every ult la long beoauee
an L. SYSTEM. Try tie You
'"1 have to apply to .the eourta for
"Ivorct from ua.
Nat Uka Othara
th nd Main fr.
mm i v
ANGLE SELVES FREE
ADMIT OUILT BUT PLEAD
IOORANCE OF LAW AND
Arthur Mutidell and A. U CuatHf
aon, i- deputy water ballffa, who
aero arre.tedliLJ'ortl;ind on a charxu
of rati'bltiK aalnion llleKally were
arqulted by a Jury in Juat Ice of th
Peace Hamaon'a court Tburaday.
The men pledtnl guilty to catching
Ibrea flab In a net at 6 o'clcM-k on the
muring of May "IT but ueclared. that
they were under the Irapreaalun the
open aeaaon beaan at mianixht It"
. a . . . k W.U . I .M K of
T 1T',Tm .
Ur bfor th nmt aeaaon bripin.
aud virtually had received no Inatruc
Dona. The flan were caught Juat af
ter the time' for which the men had
been employed, expired.
8. 1. Itathbun, deputy flah warden,
iea(iriel that ha aaw the flh In the
poHlieaalnn djf the defendenta. lie
nail i bat they bad been given a book
of n I rue lion and abould baveknown
when the open aeaaon legan. Cbarlea
Vatia. of Oawego. nnd Albert Peal
al- leaiitltd that they aaw tha flnh.
The defi'iulenta denied the charge
that they purloined a noai
and net, I
rnH thj rlvpr ,lBnk
The ciise attracted unusal atteutlon
Itecnuse the ii'en were charged with
violating a law which Ihey had lMen
employed t uphold. , Mayor Urownell,
of-the defetiae declared that many
nersona wi-re under the linprealon the
oM-n season began at midnight May 1.
and because of the misunderstanding
the men should not be punished.
Iteputy District Attorney Stlpp aald
Igorance of the law waa tio excuse.
y. M. Iarllng. R. V. Porter. J. U
Mattocks, C'harle Rabcock and Char
les McCarver composed the Jury.
MRS. CAUFIELD HEAD
: OF VOfWS CLUB
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COUNCIL TO BE ASKED TO COLOR
CEMENT SIDEWALKS TO
The Woman.a Club met at the Com-
merclat Club parlora Thursday after
noon ana e ectea oincers o imtvh iui
the ensuing year aa followai Prea-
dent, .Mra. David Caufleld: first vice-
mesldent. Me. W. A. Bhewman; sec-
ond vice-president, Mra. Roslna Foniar
aecretary. Mra. O. D. Eby: financial
secretary, Mra. M. M. Charman: treaa
urer, Mra. s: 8. Mohler.
A commltte was appointea io inier
view the commit te on atreeta of' the
city council In regara to tne color
ing of the cement tnat i oeing usea
for sidewalk purposes. The object la
Jo have 1 color that will not aneci mo
eyes. The commute I componeu ui
Mrs. M. M. Charman. Mrs. J. u wai-
on and Mrs. O. D. Kby.
The outsold- nresldcut, Mrs. .1. w.
Norrla, who hna been prraldent two
vea-s. hts worked falthfullv in me
organisation In the beautifying of the
cltv. Much credit la due her for tne
beautiful, appearance of Mclaughlin
Park on Seventh atreet. It waa
through her efforta that the grounds
surrounding tha historical old home
were made ao attractive
A communication, waa read from
Portland department atore requesting
that a teacher of the Oregon CCIfy
schoola be voted upon for tha trip tha
firm la offering for tha most popular
teacher. Mlaa Marjorle Cauflelda
name waa suggested, and the mem
bera of the clun,.wUl fwprk tn Jer In
terest. 4 , ,
BUILDS GARAGE AT CANBY.
Grant .White .Reports .Arrival .of
Many Homeaaekara. '
Grant White, one of the prominent
residents of Caiby. waa In thla city
Thursday having coma here In nla
Mitchell car. Mr. White haa Juat had
.r.,nii Uru varaarsi at Callhy On
tha vtnsfnrd nronerty. which lie re
cently purchased. He has added two
more cara of the Mitchell make to hla
business. Tha 'car Mr. White came
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE E STAB L
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Modern Method of
Th, lltuatratlona ahew a aection of tha Mapla Lana Road, Juat beyeno- Latouratta Bridge, m tha eouraa of construction and whan raady for uaa. Tha
flret vlaw ahowa tha foundation atona, tha aacond th, covering of cruahad rock and tha third tha flnlahad road. Thla work waa don undar tha .
aupervtoion of Frank Jaggar, County Road Mattar. Tha Mapla Lana Road la only nlna faat wlda, but othara racantly bultt In tha county ara
wldar. Sactlona of tha Oak rov and Highland roada ara twalva faat and a aactlon of tha Molalla road la aixUan feat.
here In haa rovartd 2453.9 mllea with
out any rrpulra. '
Mr. Will' aaya that Can by la boom.
liiK. Several reuldenoea have been
built recently, and othera are under
coiihI ruction. Several pernona have
atiled r. Canby and environs recent
ly. WIFE SUES: CHARGES ASSAULT.
Wlnnlbal Morrla Saaka Divorce From
R. E. Morrla.
Wlnnlhel Morrla haa filed ault
uxulDMt R. K. Morrla, lo whom ahe waa
married at Montexarto. Wash., on Jan
uary X 1901. Mra. Morrla allegea that
her hnahand haa come home In an In
toxicated condition, baa uaed profane
language and haa attacked her.
She allegea that In January, 1905,
he neglected her. and failed to aup
ni:t her. She la represented by
George C. HrownelL '
GRANGE FIGHTS HOME RULE.
Opponenta to Good Road Scored and
t'ORVAIXlS Or.. May 11 The
State Orifnge haa placed Itaelf on rec
ord aa oppoaed to the home rule law,
and In favor pf prohibition. The ac
tion waa taken by the paaage of a
resolution favoring prohibition and
recommending aa a temporary ar
rangement that all revenues received
at present from liquor licensee' be put
Into a state fund for the support of the
penitentiary and the Insane asylum.
Other rcsolutlona were Introduced
but not acted upon, favoring a law
preventing swearing In of votera on
election day and protesting against
any Increase In postal rates.
The report of the good roada com
mittee recommending the Initiation of
two measures, one giving counties the
right to vote bonds for work on cer
tain .roads specified In the petlttona,
and the other providing for (he ap
pointment of a road commissioner,
threw the convention Into a lively dis
cussion, which i brought out K-vere
criticism of the methods employed by
the opponents of these bills at the
last legislative session. The report
"RED RIDING HOOD" PLEASES.
Given Thla Eva-
"Red Riding Hood.' a cantata In
which many of the children of thla
city took part waa given Thursday
night at the Shlvely opera hooae un
der the auspices of the Daughters of
the King of the St. Paul a Episcopal
church. The affair waa under .the
management of Mr. and Mra. Simp
son, late or tuicago. sniveiy a opera
house was crowded with an appreci
ative audience and each number re
ceived much applause. The little onea
performed their parte exceedingly
Thla evening "The Oypay Queen"
will be presented, and many local htta
are to be heard between the acta.
License to Wed Issued.
County Clerk Greenman Issued a
marriage license on Thuradny to Ella
Benton and Thomaa Steele.
"WHICH WAY IS IT
OREGON. FKIDAY, MAY 12, 1911.
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Building Roads la
HAVE NEW BRIDGE
ORDINANCE PROVIDES FOR BIO
STEEL STRUCTURE OVER
RAILROAD A0 CITY TO BUILD IT
P. R. L. V P. Co. to Pay $4,500
Total Coat ofS.WO Old Span
' la Declared to Ba
I 1 An ordinance Introduced at a apecial
ordinance Introduced a't a apeclat
meeting of the Oregon City Council j
Thursday night virtually assures the
consintctiuu ot a aieei bridge with
cement foundation acroa Abernathy
cieek at Main atreet. The ordinance
provides that this city shall pay $2,-
000 of the oost of building the ateel
bridge and the Portland Railway Ught i
t Power Company haa promised to j
defray the remainder of the . cost,
which will be about $6,500. I
The railway will Install double
tracka on the bridge and passage ways ;
will be provided for pedestrians
and vehicles. The Introduction of the
ordinance waa the reault of a confer
ence of the majority of the member
of-the "Council and F. I. Fuller, Vice
President of the ' Portland Railway,
Light ft Power Company. Mr. Fuller,
who haa charge of the transportation
business of the company, came here
Wednesday to confer with the coun
cil. He said that the company would
be w illing to apend $6,600 on the
structure if Oregon City would pay
the remainder. Inasmuch aa a major
ity of the membera of the council at
tended the conference It la believed
(hat the ordinance will be passed.
The Portland Railway,, Light ft
Power Company agreea to construct
the bridge and to Valntain the ateel
structure and cross' ties and Oregon
City Is to maintain the wooden aide
walks, the wooden etrlngera and the
wooden deck of the bridge. The bridge
s to have a fifty foot center deck apan
and three sixteen foot spana at each
end. all to be constructed of ateel In
cluding columns, trusaea, floor beams,
etc. The driveway between the curba
la to be twenty two fet wide and the
aidewalka are to be alx feet wide with
timber ratlings. '
The ordinance recites that the
preaent bridge across Abernathy
Creek la. aald to be in a dangerous
condition, and an emergency la de
clared In order that the ordinance
may become effective Immediately up
on the Mayor signing1 It.
New Vote for Statehood.
WASHINGTON, May 11. The
house territories committees today
TO MEXICO. MISTER 7'
I ( I XJs l)
II' I ITS. ;
LLeaaCl U X LJ
I S II E D 15 0 0
voted tni favorably report a resolution
providing that the people of Arizona
aball vote again on the recall of Judg
es clause In their ante constitution,
and that the people of New Mexico
aball vote again on an amendment
which will make It eaater to amend
tbeir constitution. The houae will
consider the report on Tuesday.
POPE IS GROWING FEEBLE.
Condition cf Holy Sa Cauaea ' Grave
Alarm In Roma:
LONDON. May 11. The condition of
the pope. la causing grave anxiety ac
cording to new received today from
Rome. It waa aaid that Pope Plus
display symptoms of aenlle decay,
auc'b aa arterial degeneration of the
most pronounced type, a feeble heart
and rapidly falling power of resist
ance.. Bible Cla to Give Bazaar.
The Friendly Bible Class will give
a Bazaar and Sale of Pennants in the
parlors of the Presbyterian Church.
Saturday afternoon and evening. Good
things to eat. fancy work and handi
work of various kinds on sale. Pro
gramme both afternoon and evening.
OH CITY BOY IS
HONORED AT U. OF 0.
EARLE LATOURETTE ELECTED
MEMBER OF COLLEGE ATH- '
lil'GENE. Or., May il. (Special.)
Despite the combined efforta of the
fraternities- to defeat him. Leon Ray.
of Eugene, waa chosen president of
the University of Oregon student body
by a margin of St votea. Ray main
tained a lead throughout the count.
He defeated Cheater Moo res, of Salem.
candidate of the fraternities. Raphael
Geisler. of Portland, waa elected vice-
president, and Miss Birdie Wise, of
Astoria, secretary. Other officera are:
Executive committee David McDan1
tela, of Portland, and Ben Chanler, of
Eugene. Athletic council Homar
Jamison, Portland; Earle Latourette.
Oregon City; William Nell, La Grande.
Editor of Emerald Burna Powell, Sa
lem. Business msnager of Emerald-
Allan Roberta, Eugene: assistant, Wai
ter Doble, Portland. Editor of Month
ly Carlne Degermark, Portland; as
sociate editor. Flora Dunham. Port
land: Alma Payton, Baker; Jane
Knox. Portland: Jessie Prosser, Eu
gene. Business manager of Monthly-
Leigh Huggins, Lents; assistant, Leon
Knlghta Elect Officera.
ASTORIA. Or.. May 11. (Special.)
The State Council of the Knlghta of
Columbus, in session here this ween,
has adjourned to meet next year in
Eugene. The delegatea while here
were taken over the city for auto rides
to point of Interest, and were ban
queted at the Welnhard-Astorla. The
delegatea to the National Council to
be held In Detroit, elected at the clos
ing aer.glo.1 of the Knlghta here, are:
Roger B. Slnnott and Dr. B. L. Mad
den, of Portland: alternatea,, W. P.
O'Brien, of Astoria, and I. B. Brown,
of Baker. The officera of the State
Council were elected aa follows: Rog
er B. 8innott Portland, deputy; J. F.
Franxwa, Portland, aecretary; R P.
Noonan. Astoria, treasurer; H. P. Mc
Lean. Coos Bay. warden; C. P. Mur
phy. Baker advocate; Rev. J. M. O'Far
rell Eugene, chaplain.
Big Price Given for Orchard.
HOOD RIVER, Or., May 11. (Spe
cial.) One of the most Interesting
and largest sales of real estate In the
county waa that made by C. H. Sproat,
who aold to W. C. Keck, a banker of
Nebrrika ,10 acrea of nla faraoua
orchard from which he picked laat
year the carload of Spltxenberga which
took first prlxe at the National apple
show at Spokane. The consideration
waa $18,500. Mr. Sproat aold 10 acres
of the aame tract to F. W. Hayt last
Fall for $18,0P0.
, WEATHER FORECAST.
' Oregon City and Vicinity
Fair Friday; northerly wlnda.
Oregon Warmer south ana 9
east portlona. Friday, fair; north-
Patronise our advertleera.
JJ I I V I Y''
PtV I I a. l I I
U U U M LLafld .
RAILROAD ASKS M '
RIGHT OF WAY III CITY
ORDINANCE PROVIDES A ROUTE
ALONG FIFTEEN STREET FOR
An ordinance waa introduced at the
special meeting of the Oregon City
Council Thursday night providing for
a right of way for the Clackamas
Southern Railway Company on Fif
teenth Street in thla city.
The right' of way la to be from the
low water mark ' cn the Willamette
river along the center of Fifteenth
street to the easterly line of John Ad
ama street. The ordinance provides
that the company shall construct paa-
aenger and freight station. The com
pany must file within thirty daya after
the approval of the ordinance in the
office of the City Recorder Ita accept
ance of the privileges granted it.
The ordinance provides that the'
company ahall lay a single track, with
the necessary - turntables, etc The
right of way la to be for twenty-five
Ordlnancea providing tor the im
provement of Sixth atreet and Monroe
street were referred to the atreet
committee and the City Engineer.
PORTLAND GAINS"IN RECEIPTS
Postmaater Says Increase la Ahead of
i ..PORTLAND. May 11. (Special)
Comparisons of the receipts of - the
nostofflces In the large cities of the
northwest for ihe year ending March
31. which have been received by Poet-
master Merrick show that the Portland
percentage of Increase 16.8 per cent
la far greater than that of any other
laigtt city. The total receipts for the
year are but a few thousand leaa than
that of Seattle, the latter months of
the year all ahowtng receipt a tn ex
cesa of those of Seattle, which actual
ly lost 1.3 per cent during the year.
There are 15 first clasa poetofficea
In the northwest district, comprising
Montana. Idaho, Washington and Ore
gon, and of ttfese IS citiea Salem
shows the greatest percentage of gain
over the 1910 receipts S2.9 per cent.
READY FOR IfiSTIM
INTERESTING PROGRAM 18 AR
RANGED FOR MEETING HERE
More than 100 teachera are expect
ed to attend the Institute of he Clack
amas schools which convenes In the
Barkley school houae at 10 o'clock to
morrow morning. Much Interest la
being manifested In the Institute and
matters of importance will be die-
cussed. Dr. G. H. Patterson, dean or
Willamette University, will deliver the
Drlnclnal address. The Women'a Club
of Oregon will aerve dinner, to which
the dlrectora of . the Oregon Ulty
schoola have been Invited.
The following program haa been ar
ranged: 10 o'clock. "The Playground
and Athletic." John R. Sievera; 10:40
"Teaching Writing in the Schools."
P. L. Coleman; 11:20, "School Man
agement," J. E. Calavan; 12 o'clock,
dinner nerved by the Women'a Club
of Oregon City-. 1:30. Programme by
Oregon City Schools: 2:30, "What
Women'a Clubs and kindred organlsa
tlona can do for the public schools,"
Mra. W. A. White;- 8:10. address, O.
-A. Patterson, dean ot Willamette Uni
5 to 20 Acre Fanns Near Oregon City
t We have several buyers waiting and many coming.
If your place is for sale and the price right come and
see us at once.
V. F. SCHOOLEY .Cz, CO.
Paclfle M-SO. Hem A-15. ' Main ft, Ort;S
aoeoa0w0o0co40v0e0eoeo40 1 - :
late) M every tla UC O
mae CovMy, with a pee! ) O
10,000. Ara yaw an a4vetfcef
Peb Week, 10 Czsn
TO BE EMM
CITIZEN OF ORCOON CITY INVIT-
ED TO ATTEND BIO MEETING
. ;THIi EVENING. r
SI FOB m W EEC!! VD
Clackamas Line Would 'Place on Mar
ket More Than SS00JM0 ' .
, Worth of Lumber and
Cord wood. ,
the people, living In tha country -
who will be affected by the building ,
of the Clackamas Southern Railway
line, are very much Interested la that
work, for they realize that U mean
thouaanda.of dollars to them. - ," -T .
One of the large property ownera
living a few miles from thla city and
near the proposed railway una, wnen
asked what he thought of the project.
said: "When It was announced that
work bad commenced on the grading
ofthe railway line from Oregon City
to Beaver Creek. I told my neighbor
that the plana mapped out and sub
mitted by Judge Dlmlck and endorsed
by the organization called the "uve
Wire", was feasible and buslneae-like.
and If the town people who wonld
also be benefited materially by the
building of thla line would stick to
gether and leave politics out c we
whole proposition, we would have a
railroad within the next year., and
every man and woman wno neipea
by buying one. two or tnree anarew
of stock, would make money out of
the Investment, aa It would be one
ot the best paying little rallroada In
I bare Juat returned form the line
where the . men are engaged In tne
work on the grading, and must aay
that I am surprised at the progreae
made-In thla short time. If the, dl
rectora of the road can get the people
to atay with- them, we people In the
country will do our part.
From my acquaintance with peo
ple In thla Western country. I must
aay that I find more Jealouay in (Mack
amaa County than In any other county
In which I am acquainted, but I can
ace a wonderful change for the better
aa tne coonty grow arrd prospers.
"I bought the most of my lana a tew
years ago for leaa than $30.00 per acre,
and It haa doubled and trippled In
value, and when the new railroad ta
completed. I will begin to realize the
value of my timber that I have held
and paid taxea od for ao many yeara."
A great many ot the farming peopie
will be at the Commercial hud.
thla evening and meet the peo-
nle ot Oregon City for the purpose
of ascertaining If the people In Clack-
amaa County directly Interested in tne
building of the Molalla road, will Join
hands and work together with the
board of dlrectora and thereby ao
something that will not only benefit
Oregon City, but will benefit all of
that country tributary to Oregon City
on the aouth.
The best argument" that can be sub
mitted to a business man la to point
out where hie buaineaa will be bene
fited, and the average citizen reallzea
that a little railroad running out in
the Beaver Creek, Mullno and Molall
districts, will plsce on the market
more than $500,000.00 worth of cord
wood, lumber, piling and loga annually
and if that money, cornea from a mar
et outside of Clackamaa County, It '
goes into the Interior of the county,
and la scattered out among people en
gaged In different vocations, and
naturally flnda ita way Into the handa
of business men. and thereby makea
i ho ennntrv Drocresalve. '
The Eagle Creek and Eatacada
country was scarcely known before
the electric line waa built into that
section, and cord wood and other tlm
ber aent into Portland tharketa, haa
amounted to more than half a mil
lion dollara per annum, and It haa
also brought untold wealth Into that
section of Clackamaa County, and
many a man who waa considered poor
is now wealthy.
The Beaver Creek, Mullno and Mol
alla country la far auperlor to that
section known aa the Eagle Creek and
Eatacada country, both In population,
timber tonnage and area. , .
YIELD TO BREAK RECORD.. .
Crops In Central Point Territory U
' ' usually Fine. 1 :
George Randall, ot thla etty,' who
visited hla farma at Central Point a
few daya ago, says the outlook tor a
good yield thla year la fine. Cropa
will be fair even If there la no more
rain, Mr. Randall reports, and It
there la a good rain In about two
weeka, the yield will bo ot a record
breaking nature.. Mr. Randall says
the new road beginning at Randall's
school houae -will greatly benefit the
Central Point country. -
Meetlno Place la Changed. '. ;
The Derthlck Club will meet at Mrs.
C. H. Canfield'a residence at 2:30 Fri
day atjernoon Inatead of at Mra. Wele