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The only dally newspaper be-
twoon Portland and Salem elrci-
latss In ovary Motion of Claaka-
maa County, with population of
10.000. Ar you an advertiser!
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED I 50fr
OREGON CITY, OREGON; SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1911.
Peb Week, JO Cents
liERO PUTS DID
TO REBEL MUTIHV
CHieF AND GENERAL OROZCO
QyARRtL AND SOLDIERS
LIFE IS THREATENED
f,6trt Ctnoral U Spited to Amsrl-
Side ol LIn Angry in.
urgent Mob 'a
y.l, ro. Tr.. May 13. Afier a
clh-H-t" political- nd '
tary uiti''iUI'. Provisional president
lUdini l UMlay master or the sltua-
(i,n.ral Navarro, tho defested fd-.-i
.oiniiiMiider. whos. life waa
thm'c'x'l rly by angry mob. of
lurru. ,,lr)l,d w,Jr by M"
trn btni-.-lf to tbe Americ.n aide of
lb, n" (irnmtw and tonlghtja safejy,
.rrr.i in i ho homo of frtouda In El
A p! iN-eply l"l'l la suspected by Iho
t,, ,mU'i an the cause Of Iho nesr
rfn'ln lint of tho Madero hmid-
irirly cday General Orosco called
m Valir and the two men talked
tlonr for me time. Suddenly their
role, eif rnlsd and tho other rclwl
political chiefs rushed Into tho room
only to flii'l themselves hold bark by
toror of nnro' men. A throng of
mldlt-rn hud gathered outside Iho
bolWlnn and Madero determined to
appvnl n th'-m. Six-shooters had been
4nnm ami rlflea leveled, but Madero
Mood hnni ly before tho crowd and
tappnif! ht breaat. ahouted: "Shoot
a. hi' in. If you dare."
- Af-M.irtiTO " stepped torth among
ihun talked In hla calm. reassur-,
log ay. (ho affection which ha b
rlpenini: among hla men since tne
ifvoliitioii 'began cryaiallUed In a
lirhty Mlumt: "Vlvn Maaero.
PERPETRATED BY WALT AcDOUCAL.l
NORTH POLE GOSSIP.
ESKIMO CtNTER. SOCIAL CIRCLES
ARE I AIT OVER 1HE PEAfWCOOK DISPUTE
m M xltCT RE30KT IS ON THE FRTT7
frft WALRU5ALBATR035 AHfJUAl OOC
5HUWrYA3AFR05T. TME BLUBBERfEST
T THE 5T F8ICIS HOTEL EfllXDlNA FIQHT
If IGJOCIrU LEADERSHIP. PREST. GITUGOTE
V THE WH'IBM TRUSTDOHATf DAUfiM
flf row Kim an immm that crap
SHOOTING fl PROHIBITED AT THE CASINO.
TMfKAYlAK CLUB ELECTED MR CTTUCUTE
C0MN0O0RE FOR THE 9?TIMt TrtflODORt R
GITUOOTE KILLED II BEA W.8F0XES AND
7MUSK0X THIS WINTER FOR THE 60RLALI,
hlWUM.MISSGrTUCOTE WORE THE
FAMOUS COPPER-RIVET NECKLACE AT
HER COMING OUT PARTY LAST DECEMBER
THE NEW GOLF LINKS ARE THAWING
OUT RAPIDLY AND ICE BALLS LOSING IN
OUALfTY. HkJHBALLS OUTOF SIGHT THE.
GITUC0TE5 WILL SUMMER AT ITCH
THE ONES WE HAVE TOTELL.
H t l fTHf SF PRUNfD I
H lCtTA.NLV Pv.TlAJt
17 tv--- -y ,Yi
MARGARET WENT TOCOLLEGE
WHILE MAUOIE STAYED RIGHT HERE;
MARGARET GOT FULL Of KNOWLEDGE
WHILE MAUD GOT FULL Of BEER ;
MARGARETS BUG WAS LOOKING
THWXXH A SPYGLASS AT THE STARS
Nile mauoe practiced cooking
FOR SOME 0UY3 WITH MOTOR CAR5.
MARGARET WRESTLED ALLTHE WHILE
TO REACH HER LOFTY GOAL
WHILEMAUO DOPED OUTA&WDREWSniE
OFCOOKlNfl TR PE FN CASSEROLE..
NAMtS A3 SUCH. nAHPN M&RflAflFT TOTflWN Rf Tt tOWPD
ISmi1?1Sb,a,m1E5P FOUR TONGUES WITH EASE
6 0 CLOCK EXTRA
IT IS REPORTED THAT YESTERDAY
INNEWYORK A DELICATESSEN MAM
DROPPED FIFTY FEET WITHOUT
SUSTAINING ANY INJURY.
LATER. IT HAS JUST BEEN LF ARMED
THAT THEY WERE PIG3 FEET.
WtHAVt 5EMTF0R THC AMBULANCE
WE ATHeR FORECAST.
On-Run City ana vicinity
BundHV. fulr and warmer; weal-
Or.-(!mBiinUay, lair ana w
Brm.-i ; north weelorly wlnda.
THEATER . FROST IS FORBES ROB
ERT50NS BUSINESS MANAGER. J
COPP I5ANLWY0RK POLICEMAN.
WAITfc AND MEETLR ARE HAWARDEN
lA.OUTf ITTERS. WMSHADOWER ISA
BROOKLYN DETECTIVE. SO IS ONE A
DODGE IN PHILA. RLPALM IS A FLORIST
IN HAMPTON. IA. AS IS MR GREENHOUSE
INNEWYORK ENOUGH SAID
WHEN I ASKED ATA BOOKSTORE FOR
FOXS BOOK OF MARTYRS I WA5T0LD
THATIT ISH0T ONTHE USTOF RICHARD
K.F0X3 PUBLICATIONS .ANOTHERTIME
I ORDEREuOUR GARDEN PLANTS AND
THEY SENTACOPY OF" BURIED ALIVE'.
CAN YDU BEATITf STARS W5IBLE TONCHTi
ISIRIUSXAPUIA W MAUOt ADAMS.
MAN3 APPETITE TO PLEASE
NOW MARGARETS BACK HERE WITH THE LOS
Kf HALF HER LOOKS AND HAIR
MWLE MAUDIE THE HAPPY BOSS
OF A MULTI MILLIONAIRE.
SILLY BILUS PHILOSOPHY.
Tht TOAST USED TO BE
sZJ BLESS EM
err 1 ntt-K cm .
HEA.L.TH AMO BEALlTV HinU.
SLACATH.OO NOT YOUR MAI Ft
INTXt SPRING.. IT NOT HURT VOUHi
HAIR BuTOTMlRft WAMT TOUSC THC SPRmMJ
r. rJft YtiP fiF PAV3 AT lSKIMdCF-NTEi
TOOZE PROTEST IS
HEARD BY LEAGUE
SUPERINTENDENT SAYS OREGON
CITY TEAM WAS NOT GIV
PROF. JAMES DEFENDS HIS ACTION
OROANIST TO GIVE RECITAL.
Prank Wilbur Chace TO n
Portland During Faatlvak
Head of Loeal 8choola at Fault,-Eta-cada
Principal Aaaerta Debits
' .Wat Arranged He
' Oeclarea. ,;
WILSON SHOWS CLASS
AT BIG SCHOOL MEtT
Wood la for "Big Stick."
WASHIXdTON. May IS. ''DUarma
nt of nuilnna la a dream." declared
Major fh-m-ral Wood before; llouae
emnmuioe on military effatra.
OREGON CITY BOY FOURTH
BftOAD JUMP AND 440
E SOCIETY IS TO
HAVE FLOXAL PARADE
COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO AR
RANGE DETAILS OP PAGEANT.
Thf ( larkamaa County Roae Society
( i mil ling held In tho parlora of tba
Commercial Chib Saturday afternoon
forlded to have a floral parade In con
iwtion with the featlral on June 3.
A committee on arrangements was
i umfd nnd will report aa to the de
i of the parade at a meeting neit
Saturday. Decorated vehicles of all
kinda compoee the pageant It
lo nlanned to have little children
'roMcd In various coatumes on some
f thf floata.
The rtarad will be tho flrat floral
cvt-r Riven In Oreiton City and no
von will be spared to make it a sue
. Mrs. Roalna Fouts, Prealdent of
RoHn Hodetv. aald that the mem
feri were enthualaatlc over the pa
nda, and thai It undoubtedly would be
xi of tho moat pleasing features of
Th Orrtim City Utah School team,
lilrh dlMiliiKiiliilied ll"'f at the Inter
arholaatlc nipt at KtiKeno, returned
home Saturday night. The boys are
eiithualusllc over the showing maae
by them. In addition to tn acnieve
nona of Joe Shoaluin In winning sec-t-nd
place In tho U0 yard dah and
"OO run and third In the high Jump,
8.; Kalxer. Salem; Bheanan, uregon
jump and In tne lio yara run.
The ream ta ioiiow;
loo vard daan Crlckmore, W. H. 8.;
Sheehan. Oregon City; Kalaer. Salem;
Sklpworth. Eugene. Time 0:10 S-6.
I'ole vault Uoan. uniariu; mw
aon Ontario; Mlllerlng. Ijifirande; V.
per'klna. Columbia. Height 103.
8S0 yard run Itorber, VV. H. S.;
NVlndnagle. W. II. 8.: AtUt. Enter
prlae; Dickson. PendMon. Time J:05.
High Jnmp Woodworth. Lincoln H.
8 ; Moe, 8L Johns; Sheehan. Ore
gon City; Lawrence, Jefferson H. S.
Height 6 feet six -Inches.
120 yard hurdle Ulbee. Jefferson
H 8 Fee, Pendleton; McLaren, W.
' 8.'; Mlllerlng. UOfnde. Time
,,., i..mns,ndall. Newberg;
binnrth Rucene: Small. Portland
Academy; Wilson. Oregon City.
. i o Kt rt.
Mile run-WIUon. W. H. 8 : McKay.
Lincoln H. 8.5 Winanagie. ; "'
....... a.un ti fl . Time. 446 4-5.
Shot put-Forest Dayton; Divine,
rhlldress. Medford; Chase,
J-VUUlUlv. , -
Eugene. Dlntsnce 40.11.
440-ysrd daah Barber, W.
it.rtman. Ontario; wtw""'
wole and won by a score of ten to I
In the third Inning Fanwell, Chad-1,
bourne and Ryan singled and Fanwell
scored on Shaw's erroor. sneenan
went out. McArdale to Tennent. Kru-
"eKer Single mil " i"rceu i
oud by Rapia.
McCredles boys gol two more In
the sixth, one In the seventh and four
In the ninth. San FrancUco garnered
two In the fifth. '
Williams' men scored a victory over
Vancouver In a good game, the renult
being seven to one
Pacific Coaat League rumauu
San Francisco T: Vernon 8, Sacramen-
o'5; Oakland 2. Los Angeles 1.
Northwestern league Portlsnd 7,
Vancouver 6: Taeoma 3. seame z,
Spokane 1. Victoria 0.
American League Washington it,
hlcago C; Cleveland 12. New York 6;
hlladelphla 7. St. Iuis 0; Boston
3, Detroit 11.
National League Chicago S. Brook-
lyn 4: Boston is. t'uisourg ,
York 19. St. Louis B; Ptiuaneipnia o.
300 m ne
RECORD-BREAKING NUMBER OF
CLACKAMAS PUPILS SEEK
The Executive Committee of the
Clackamas County School League at
meetlDK Saturday afternoon heard
evidence in the protest of Superintend,
ent Too.e. of th3 Oregon City Schools,
granting the debating championship
to the Parknlace team. Mr. Toor.e
made the protest on the ground that
H. M. Jamea, principal of the Estaca-
da High School, had used hla Influence
aa bead of the debating department or
the Clackamas County School League
to deprive the Oregon City High
School team at a chance to take part
In the race for the championship.
Only three members of the Execu
tive Committee were present, but Pro
fessor James and Superintendent
Tooze agreed that they should hear
tho case and make a- decision. Those
jnembers were Benton Vedder, Presi
dent: Linn C. Durand and County Sup.
erjntendent of Schools T. J. Gary.
The case was taken under advise
ment and a decision will be rendered
In a few daya.
,Mr. Tooa declared that he had no
quarrel with any of the schools but
did not think that the Park place team
should be awarded the championship
when Oregon City hsd not been given
an opportunity to take pan in the
contest. He said that Estacada had
lost to Parkplace, and before a ae
clslon could be made Parkplace would
have to debate with the Oregon City
High School team. Both Superintend
ent Tooze and professor James testi
fied before the Executive .Compiitree
along the lines of the statementa they
had made to the newspapers.
Mr. Tooze said that Mr. Jamea ar
ranged for a debate between Eatacada
and Oregon City one Sunday ana on
the following day cancelled the debate
and arranged one between Eatacada
and Mount Pleasant. The Superin
tendent said that Professor James ex
planation of his action waa that two
membera of the Oregon City High
School team had listened to a debate
on the same subejet at Parkplace.
The superintendent charged that the
contention was not well founded, in
asmuch as all the members of the
Mount Pleasant High School team had
heard the debate on the aame subject
(Continued on page two.)
Portland. Or., May 13 (Special)
One of the attractions for musical
jwriule of the Northwest at the Third
Annual Convention of the Pacific
Northwest Music Teachers' Assoct
itlon. which meets In Portland June
7. 8, 9 and 1, will be reclul at
the White Temple on the afternoon
of June 8. by Dr. Frank Wilbur . Chace,
of Seattle. This event Is being look
ed forward to eagerly by lovers of
the pipe organ. Dr. Chace la recog
nized a among the foremost oi-itaii-
ists of the time. He was one of the.
famous players of this superb instru
ment Invited to take part in concern
zlven at the World's Fair at St. Louis.
The recital will be neia at an nour
when there is no counter attraction
on the Rose Festival program. The
decorated horse and vehicle parade
Is hd on Thuraday afternoon, Dir.
this comes earty and will be over lie-
fore the organ recital starts, so none
need -miss .either event.
Fof tho afternoon of Friday, 1'ie
following day, a manuscript concert
will be given, open to all composers
of the Pacific Northwest. " A number
of manuscripts of much merit have
been received for this concert an! it
Is desired by Mrs. Alice Brown Mar
shall, head of the program commitiee.
that other composers .who have not
yet been heard from, send in their
maniiM-riDis. This event wtll bo a d;
ger concert than was at first planned,
o mnr. hiv entered than was
thought likely. -
ELK'S DEAL FOR
SITE CALLED OFF
EXPERT COMING HERE
TO FIGHT PEAR PEST
F. WILSON, OF AGRICULTURAL
COLLEGE TO" BE IN
CITY MAY 23.
" Pythian Sisters' Plans.
Tho Pythian Sisters of this city are
ulanulng a banquet to ne given
Woodmen Hall Monday evening.
h 'I T .1. '1 'llllll h
!l ''0 li'llll'
W, prom'lse to fwvo honor boy
lov to do bualnooo. Wo honor
rwr patronaoo. Wo obey your wlshoo-
Wll llvs happily In our elothlng
tf life of ovory suit Is long booauoo
H an L. SYSTEM. Try mo You
have io opnly to tho courto for
divorc 'jrom us.
, Htt Llko Otkora , t
' ' th n4 Main .
Wilson. Oregon tity. "
ll-oound hammer Foater. Davton,
it pom I rv-vi, LaOrsnde;
rorues, m'" nana
J....." ' D.i.mn Distance 446.09,
n.l Kaiser, paiem; D"""""X.ii
Cltvi Small. Salem. Time 0--.
r.i,. navton: . Perkins,
ri,.mi,i. nivin- Pendlelrn; Mncent,
B.l.m niitinM 09 .13.
w ' ' - . . . ..... ..n
Pn.rri1 hitrd e Blbee, jennrw".
u a tracer. Columbia: mc !.'-"
v' ii a Chlnman. Pendleton. Time
1 I ... w. ,
' .. . ... ... n Jl.i..
Half-mile relay won oy
tnh flrhool ana wnipmau, i
Jordan and Gordon.
BEAVERS Will AFTER
GAME SEEMS LOST
.asi S-RANCISCO STARtSWlTH
, BIG LEAD WILLIAMS' MfM ?
ALSO TAKS GAME. Vj
o.n an-andsoo started out like'
winner Saturday by making two scores
m a v In In A
In the first Inning ana .-.
second, but tho Portland boys were
not the lesat discouraged, nd4"
g.ort hall pitting and noma stfcK
whole and won by a score ot ten to
BACK FROM SESSION
DELEGATES ENTHUSIASTIC OVER
RESULTS OF MEETING AT
More than 300 pupils stood tne ex-.
mlnatlons Thursdsy and Friday for
advancement from tho Eighth graue
to the High Schools. This la tbe larg
est number ever known tn Clacksmas
County to take the . -rxamlnatluna.
County Superlntenaent uary recviveu
abount 3Mt examination papera, and
the remainder will be received by
him Monday. ,
It will take the Board of Examiners,
Snpt. Gary. Mrs. A- C. snaw, oi m
waukle; Mrs. Viola Godfrey, C. F. An
derson"and Mrs. Haas, of Oregon City,
all of next week to pass upon the
Mllwaukle had the largest class ot
any section, iwnujww VuV,im
here having taken tne nimimuuu.
Tho questions, which were nirnisnea
k t. n Alderman. SUto Superin
tendent, are saiii to nave own i
most difficult ever otrerea m iui
. . i ..ii
county. The questions in ciyh
ernment were most complained of by
inn Kinta wno ibii in uui uiuit
- .... . ,
v..n twn anhloc-IS Will DO KiraP
other trial In Juhe. Those who fall
In more than two subjects mnsi ape.m
another year In the Eigntn uraae.
TOMORROW IS "POST CARD DAY.
School Children Will 8ond Cards to
All Parts of Country.
Tho five Clackamas County dele
gates, who attended the session of the
state Orange at torvauis, reiurneo io
their homes Saturday. Tho session
was one of tho most successful ever
held, and it Is. believed that tho re
sults will bo most benenciai.io me
farmers of tho state..
Amnn thoso who attenaea wers
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey starkweatner,
Mr. tkwlds, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kir
them. C. E. Spenco, State Master, and
Marv 8. Howard. Btaie Becreiary,
" . M
irh- fraternal delegates were w. u.
pruns. State reoeraiion oi ioor,
President McAllister ot tno urmen
.n A P. DavlS. "
The Benton County Grangers and
Commercial Club ten-
AarA th vransers a bsnquet at Wal-
An hall Wednesday, tho young ladles
h. k.it .opvlnr as waitresses.
To show their appreciation n w
excellent service a collection of 840
was taken and Mrs. Clsra Waldo gavo
tin which will be used by tho young
ladlea of the hall with which to pur
chase -m. 'mirror. ' ; "
- Much business of Importance to tho
ordof w transacted. .1 no commit
..hnd work overtime and had
no. raf: Itoiieburg was chosen aa tho
J.,. of meeting, with tho assur-
ij-"v r . . . i
ance that mere wouia oo unwum u
for overybody. '
A.I. Mason, of Hood River, Mr,
Dickenson, of Oswego and others ad
.j n th iniiitv of the occasion,
Some who cams In seemed to think
.... u.i.iiinra wsa In session, tno
roaono Ot W. 8. U'Rn seemed to
ilvo that impression. Music, bo t in
? t.i .r voca . was furnished
by young ladles of tho college.
HAVE FINE MEETING
Oregon "Agricultural College, Cor
valtis. Ore.. May 13 iSpeclall "Xyl
ehorus Pyrt", or the pear blight beetle
as It Is commonly known, Is reported
to be killing large number of pear
trees In Northwestern Oregon. The
Oregon Aerlcultural Agricultural Col
lege will send H. F. Wilson, of the
entomology department on a tour,' tbe
week of May 22, to discover tno ex
tent of the ravages of the pest, and
nlun a ramoatKn against it
Mr. Wilson will go to Aurora and
Hubbard on Monday, May 22; Oregon
ritv on Tuesday: Wednesday to fori
land: and Thursday to Hillsborough,
He will be Interested to meet all farm
ers and frultmen who can give him
information as to orchards where this
pest Is making depridatlons, as wen
as regards any other crop pests of the
The Xylebofus pyrl is a little black
beetle that bores into the center oi me
tree and makes channela which. It Is
said, are rapidly filling many pear or-
Cfiards. : . , , , .
As soon as the funds provided by
the recent legislature are available
h colleee will be able to send more
men Into the field to help tne iarmera
and frultmen to fight the Insect and
fungus pests which annually destroy
thousands of dollars worth of crops.
CLOUD ON TITLE OF PART OF
PROPERTY OFFERED TO'
LODGE BY MR. HAWLEY ;
TAXES NOT PAID PRIOR TO 1833
Another Location Will Bo Obtained ,
Unlets Suit Is Filed To
Ouiet Title Price
Is $8,000., -
The refusal of W. P. Hawley, owner
of lots 2, 7 and 8, block 0, Oregon Cf'v,
to give a warranty deed to the props.-
ty to Oregon City Lodge, No. 1189,'
Benevolent and Protective Order of
Elks, after negotiations were prac
tlcally closed for the purchase of tho
property, has caused the deal to fall
through. There fs a possibility, how
ever, that the purchase may still be
consummated, and K is understood
that Mr. Hawley has been given 60
days to clear up the Mtle.
Arrangements were made a Tew
weeks ago by the Elks lodge to pur-,
chase the property for $8,000, and
plans were Immediately made for a
bond Issue of $25,000, with the object
of building a home for tho lodge.
These plans will probably be hold In
Trustees of the lodge learned maay
that there is a cloud on tho title to
lots 7 and 8. known as tho back lots,
though the title to lot 2, on Main
street. Is perfectly clear. Lots 7 and
8 were owned by the Alden Prune
Drying Company, and It Is unaersiooa
the concern Is on the list of defunct
corporations. Previous to 1899 the
taxes were unpaid and in 1899 i nomas
F. Rvan and H. C. Stevena obtained a
tax title to these lots. They then gave
a warranty deed to Charles Albright.
who owned lot z. ana Mr. Aionnni
gave Mr. Hawley a warranty deed to
all three lots four years ago. when
Mr. Hawley purchased the property
for $5,000, paying $4,000 on lot 2. np
on which 'there Is a residence, and
11.000 for lots 7 and 8., .
Mr Hawley has offered the Elks
either a bargain and sale deed or a
special warranty deed, but these were
not satisfactory to the trutees.
There are other desirable sites In
th city, one of which will bo pur-cta-id
M the break in the Utjjtoth
u iv nrooerty Is not cotTecren,
J; i. -..!. nnlet title. Tho Haw-
ley lots, however, are
BAD BOYS ARE TRIED.
ti,. fhihiren of the" Oregon City
schools are taking mucn inierw. iu
-Post Card Day". " " " "P;
o K t ah mi aa n dm of cards will be maiiea
to all parts of the country on Monday,
the day designated by tho Commercial
Club. The Live Wires of tho Commer
clai Club originated the plan, and a
committee composed or .
Noble, E. E. Brodlo and M. J. i
xelle arranged the details
The Commerciar uiuo naa ...ww..
th school children with cards and
they aro expected to begin bright and
early Monday morning "'"
them. Not only are the ch,aren Jl
nected to eena oui cru,
id In fact all tho residents
of tho city are urged I to "J
In the work. Through, the cards It U
bolleved that many Prons will be
attracted to Clackamaa County Beau
tlfully llluatrated caroa may
at several stores. Some of the win
dow dlsplaya aro attracting froBt
deal of attention. '
GOV. WILSON GETS OVATION.
LOS ANGELES, May 13.-Woodrow
Wilson, Governor of Now Jersey, was
greeted with great enthusiasm when
he spoke before the City Club hero to-
"'Seneral K. C. Bellows, ex-American
ConsuWeneral to Japan., presided In
hlsi opening remarks ho; referred to
Theodore Roosevelt. La Folletto and
Hiram W. Johnson, Governor ot CH
fornla. each name receiving much ap
plause. - '
WOMAN'S CLUB GIVES SUMPTU
OUS LUNCHEON AT WOODMEN
HALL TO VISITORS.
More than 100 teachers attended the
Clackamas County Institute held W
Oregon City Saturday. The Institute
was convened at 10 ociock in me
morning and from that time until
night everybody was busy. .Probably
tk. mrwt important feature ot the
meeting, was the discussion following
the reading or a paper on ui
Women's Clubs and kindred organisa
tions can do for the Public Schools"
by Mrs. W. A. White.
Mrs. White's paper covered every
phase of the theme. She pointed out
how women's clubs had aided the
schools and said that even more could
be done hy them. After the paper had
been read several teachers told what
had been done for the schools in
which they teach by Women's Clubs.
Among them were teachers from Os
wego. Mllwaukle and Gladstone. The
clubs havewfurnlshed pictures for the
walls of the school rooms, aided In
beautifying school grounds, calclmlned
tooms. had flowers planted etc. The
women's club In Oswego furnUhed n
drinking fountain for the children.
.Several of the clubs have also provld
ed books for the school llbrarlea.
One of the features or me "- ;'"
was the sumptuous uncbeo1m.,ro;,?n
the-visitors at Woodmen Hall by th
Oregon City Woman's Club More than
100 persons sat down to the luncheon
and it was the unanimous verdict that
the apread was unusually fine. The
visiting teachers- were the guests of
the Oregon City teachers and, , In be
half of them Superintendent of City
Schools Tooxe extended the MWrntot
card of thsnks to the Woman's Club.
n behalf of the Oregon City teach
era I desire to thank the Woman s
Club for Its splendid Interest and cour
tesy shown tho teachers of Oregon
City In tho assistance rendered in pro
viding the magnificent luncheon
erved our guests, the Clackamas
County teschers, attending tho Insti
tute today. .fUED 8. J. TOOZE.
County Superintendent T. J. Gary,
who arranged the Institute
pllmented by many upon tho ssccess
of tho meeting. - . p.tteraon
The addreae of Dr. O. A. P"eln'
Dean of Willamette Unlveralty. waa
one of tho features of tho meedn
Dr Patterson apoko of the splendid
work that is being done by tho schools
and gave some Jntereatlng and In
itructlve suggestions to tho cnerJ-
Others who mado Interest ng ad
dresses or read papers were John R.
fllevers "Tfcs Plypon'; P' W
Corlman. -Teaching Wrltl-g. la the
School..- and J. E. Calavan, "School
Peter Olsen snd Arthur Olson Must
Report to Judge.
Peter Olsen. aged 14 years, and
Arthur Olsen, aged 13 years, were on
trial In the Juvenile court Saturday,
charged with writing obscene words
on the walls and door of tho school
h.n at Marmiam. The complaint
mart hv Hllev Hubbard, a direc
tor of the Marquam school. After
hearing the evidence. County Judge
Beatle dismissed the case for six
months, and will require the boys to
report to him every month until me
.miration of that time. It is said the
lads have not had proper home
belnrpieaaantly situated and having
ntagTon the river and the prtncl.
pal street of tne cur-
THREE SUE FOR DIVORCE-
Lulu Board Saya Huaband Threatened
to Kill Her.
Roy Smith Saturday Wed a suit tor
dlvorc. against Lucy Smith charging
that she deserted him at "rTBi.
Or . June 15. 1906. They rried
at Salem. Or.. September 1UW.
. r-Mitorv. who was tnameo,
August 27. 1879. at Seattle, to BenJa-
K Chllberg ha.
divorce. She charge. Owl February
1 1910 ho reiuseo. w uii". -- - .
,ne was compelled to
-Tent They have two daughters, both
gCwn. mnk Schlegel. of Portland.,
is Mrs. Chllberg's attorney. . '
crd0 s:." surtax
wTtn naVing-gone to the place
to kill her. They have one child. Lyio.
aged six ycrs. ,
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