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WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISH,ED 1566
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0UE00N CITY, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1911.
STANDARD OIL IS
HIT DEATH BLOW
,L,pEMe COURT ORDERS DISSO
LUTION OF COMBINE IN
I CALLED MENACE TO TRADE
aSi.mmtnrWtni Lonj Fight Against
gocf"",r Corporstlone Har
Ian Dissents On Minor
WASHINGTON, May 15.Tb Bn
,rrtue O'urt today. In a far-reaching
i.plnln held Standard Otl
ftjniiany or Now jeraey ana n us
(i:hiMliiry companies 'are a combina
tion unl a conspiracy in restraint of
trtdr Th' ll c oil trust was declared
br (lie hlclfHt court lo be operating
ikronfh 1'iti-rNialn commerce In vlola-1
Inn 1 1 iIk Sherman anti-trust law
Th, run r i ordered itia dissolution
ajthr iriit In all months. This U lire
culuit.nnoti of a fight ly lha govern-
ami put down a com bin I Ion said
lo h IiiIiiiIchI to lha Industrial wol-
fir of the country. Tha court Inter
p?.n i h.' rtlirrnmn antl trust law ao-
it to limit It application to acta of
'undue" rroiralnt of trad and not
'tvrry" rpairalnl of trade..
Jmilro Itui lanj dlaaeuted lo thla rul
ni cn tlie ground that caae already
'.trUW by tha court had determined
thai I ho word "undue" or "unreason
tbhTer Niiniliir worda were not In the
He ss'ld that tha reasoning' of the
wort In arriving at tta finding waa. In
Jrt, li'KlxIntiun which belonged to
Tht decision of tha court waa unanU
aui n tha main laauc. .
Peb Week, 10 Cents
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THE 5IMIAM.N0TTHE CENOBITICWnM
It I T. THE REASON WF NOWnAIITroi
miTQ A.wsnmmw simian
a BICALGc HALF Tnt TIME. THE MTU-
BlVl! SPEND LEARNING
I UOfA It, LIKE A MAN J
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A PINOCHLE PLAYFR
TOMORROW WE WILL TEILYDU
WHY YOU OUGHT Tn RC
A MONK! NB ALLTHFfiF
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M WE HEAR FROM KINDLY NFiGHRflRS
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I nAi onto FALLEN OFF A BIT.
CVLN POP HAS NOTICED. SORTER.
THATHER BREATH IN3 CITIIN'WHELZY
AND HE RECKONS THAT WED ORTFR
TBYTO MAKE HER.WQRK MORE EASY.
ilb bb nJTntRb bur CONSUMPTION
POP SAYSQUIT YER FUNNY CRATKS ri
i intrint AUUtU wn n COMPUNCTION ;
I'LLBUYTUIRMA A LIGHTER AXE:
dJT HIGHEST CASH RATES PAID FOR
twtUtf.ADt HUtlHTANO OTHER JUNK .
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5V NOW IS THE TIME TO
OUT OF PICKLE AND
PRInG5 LAST FEB
BY5ECY. NORTON 15
WHITE HOUSE CIRCLES.
THE ACTORS ARE GOING
IN FOR GOLF THIS SUMMER
FIR5TAID TODESERTEO HUSBANDS.
CHASING THE OUCK. NAILYOUR DUCK(COOKH
cuj lUAnLnLUXrlAnArYITH 12-PtNNY
SP1KES.IN5ERTMA0JETE Iff.TrtE SOJJAM0U3I
rSEPERATETHE DUCAL VERTT BRA. CUTTffa
hUWE LrluLKMowurl H0R5CCLIPPERS.
If IToA WILD DUCK SEND FOR EXPERT .
CHISEL ON THE POWER TRANSMISSION
PARTS AND PROVIDE GIANT POWDER,
MHI TAFT MUCH IMPROVED.
WASHINGTON. May 11 Praaldant
Ti.'l, who rturaod to Waahtrtgtvn oar-
ted ny froia New York, racalvad
word tonUht (hat lha condition of Mra.
Taft nitirh Improved. She will
rriura tn Waahlngton Thursday.
MG GOES INTO
tOLOIER BOYS OELIOHTCO OVER
PROSPECT OF SEEING
William It, Lnicua, Flrat Lieutenant
XUmpnny O, Oragon National Guard,
mnound'd at tha drill Monday night
'kt the company would leaa hcra to
Into camp on Augtiat 7. He aald
'lut It had not been daflnjtely decided
Mhcr the men would go to Aatorla
Fort Sievena, but tha aoldlar boya
bopliiR u will be the former place
H Ircnunt of tha rantannlal aTnnal
". They will be glyen an opportune
'r to .' the expoaltlon eren If the
rip la located at Fort 8teven. The
company will be In camp ten daye.
turning to Oregon-City on Auguat 7.
he Uniilenant nraad that lha at,
''"'lance at the drtila from now until
" company leavea be aa large aa
PMll)le m order that a good ahowlng
oo made. The menibere are de
rmd over the proa pert of going to
"toria diving the centennial, and
kn Intoreat la taken In the encamp-
laa l.lf JZtC jF.Ju IRUMHLIPI CAR lv
1 VIEW OF Tl
BUI Ink bAMt HAS HAD Iviaw cprTinwciNOPDnvinc rcuv.
HARDER BLOWS THAN f-lM ni pVvn r' "
iniaimnt wai. rroMORRov: mow to shampoo a woole
r r vo uiir
"PPP.UIIJUU I I 1 1 II 1 1 II III I
taf f J?!? ay4fEf J-Ti ur;
HIGHWAYMEN TRY TO HOLD' UP
COMMISSION MERCHANT ON
COMMAND TO STOP IS NOT NEEDED
Big Wallet Shown In Store Attract
Man Who Upon Being Out
witted, Make Their
a caae of "cold feet." The game for
next Sunday will probably be one of
the bHt gamea of the aeaaon. The
Oregon CUy team will go to Aurora,
where It will play the Aurora team.
There la no doubt but there will be a
large attendance. Many persona from
thla city aa wail aa from Canby, New
Era and Barlow will attend.
REHEARSAL IS HELD.
"Hlck'a College" Te Be Given
Wtiru. .Aaiar a
Oregon City and Vicinity ,
enowere weaterly wlnda.
Oregon Sbowera. aouth to
W ?romlae te love honor obey.
kv( to do bualneea. We 'honor
patronage. We obey your wlahaa-
'w live happily 'In our clothing
" '"a of every ault la long baoauae
VM L. SYSTEM. Try ua You
have to apply to the courta for
dvrerom ue. .
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Hal Uke Other . '
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mm m vjll
jy wad m
clackamas line offers fine
The dliccloia of the Ctackamaa
tiouiberii Hallway ara meeting with
more encouragement each day aa the
wdik progreaaea, and a large number
of imraona who have been backward
aixuit aaaiHting in tne wora are now
ahowlng their faith In the enterprise
a id are airanglng to lake stock in the
company. There la no .valid reason
why Clackamas County people ahould
not help with thla work for the Invest
ment la Inviting, and tboae wbo are
bending their energy In thla work are
entitled to I he support of all.
A man from Portland called on the
officers of lha company Monday and
carefully examined every detail of the
company'a plana and after Inspecting
the work on the line aald: "I shall
take aonie stock In thla company and
alao see that my friend get aotue aa
consider It first claaa Investment."
The dlrectora are very much" en
couraged at receiving such favorable
comment from out aide persons aa It
ada etrength to the work In tta In
fancy. Every man In Clackamas County
should come In and take at least one
share of stock at $50 per share and
pay for It at $12.00 per montn and be
fore the autumn rains act tn the road
would be on a paying basis and the
slock would be worth twice the origi
nal coat. "
The officer of thla company are
devoting their time without aalary
and give written guarantees that every
dollar paid In to the treasurer will be
Judiciously expended upon the con
st ruction work. What more could b
chafing under the atrlngent regula
WORK OF TEARING OUT
BAR FRONTS BEGINS
' PROVIDING FOR
EFFECT JUNE 4
In compliance with the provisions
of an ordinance recently paesed by
the Oregon City Council, the a loon
kecpera Monday began tearing out the
front a of their piacea, to replace mein
wliji glaaa. The alteratlona must be
completed by June 4. The entire
fronta niuat be of glaaa witb the ex
ception of four feet from the floor.
The ordinance . alao-,' abollshea : free
lunchna, eard playing In reur.rooina
and dice throwing Joy drinks.'.
I.. RiicnnlchAofoDrletor,.Of ."The
Planet" at 61$ Math atreet, the-treU
to begin making the alteration,, aald
that It would take only a few dafca to
complete the work. The glaaa fronta
muat be placed four and one-half feet
from the aldewalka. It la thought
that the new lawwlll keep many per
aona out of the saloons. -
A petition to the Council and Mayor
for the adoption of an antt-treatlng
ordinance ia being circulated, and the
a oon men, while not making any
niblln fomj!lnlut, ara known to be
IMPORTANT DEALS ARE MADE.
Professor Buchanan, of Canby School,
Buya T. N. Lewis Place.
Elliott A Bon. real estate dealer,
of thla city, made several deals last
week, among them being the follow
ing: The C. N. Lewis place of eight
acres near Division atreet waa sold to
I'rofeHnor Ituchanan,--if Canby, and he
and hla wife will take poaacssion aa
noon aa the Canby achool closes. Mr.
Buchanan I principal of that Intuitu
Hon. Thla land ta well adapted for
farming purposes, and much of thla
ground la aetout In berry buahea.
The Sheer place at Mount Pleasant
was also aold. the buyer being Mra.
Uaice. of Hood River, who la contem
plating making that her future home.
There are 10 acres and moat of It la
During the past month there hav?
been many lnqultlea coming from
FJistern atatea by persona who wish
to locate here.
DEMAND FOR SCHOOL
BOARD OF DIRECTORS VIRTUALLY
DECIDES TO 8END IT TO
CHIEF'S CLUE FINDS
BENJAMIN GREENWOOD BROUGHT
HERE AS ROBBER OF V.
Benjamin Greenwood. 21 yeara of
age, who waa arrested In Portland
Sunday waa brought here Monday by
Deputy Sheriff Frost to be tried a
charge of holding up Vernon L. Heath
man, who conducts a store at Jennlnga
LrMlge. Mr. Heathman waa held op
and robbed of $17 on Main atrce:,
near the auapenslon bridge,' Oregon
City, on the evening of March 31.
He furnished Chief of Police Shaw a
good description of the robber, and
the chief at once auapected Green
wood. , The Portland and Tacoma police
were notified to look out for Green
wood. The young man went from
here to Tacoma, and the latter tart of
last week went to Portland. We will
he give a hearing Tuenday.
AUTO STRIKES BOY ON WHEEL,
Lad Not Hurt and Man Pay For Dam.
a gas to Bicycle. , .
Rennle Younger, 14 yeart of age,
had a narrow escape from belug run
over by an automobile Monday after
noon while riding on hla bicycle on
Main atreet near thecorner of Sixth.
An antnmohlle containing two men
from Portland waa passing along that
atreet on Ita way to Portland. The
car waa going at a alow ..rate when
It ran Into the bicycle throwing the
lad oven, the handle bara; He waa
uninjured, and the wheel waa only
allghtly damgd.- th repalre being
nald for by the two men In the ma
chine. . . -
ware aeveral wagons paaslng, and the,
driver of the machine gave the alarm,
but the boy did not hear or see the
car, and waa Juat turning the corner.
Aa soon aa the antolsta aaw what had
happened they brought their machine
to a atop, and went down Into their
pockets to pay for the damaged wheel.
No ttlsme was attached to anyone, aa
It waa purely accidental. ,
Patronise our advertlaera.
The Board of Dlrectora of the Ore-
go.n City schools met Monday to con
aider applications to place on exhlbl
lion at the Stale Fair and Clackamas
County Fair the work ofvthe achoo
children anown at the VVelnhard build
ing Friday and Saturday. While no
decision was reached. It la almost cer
tain that the Clackamas County Fair
will get (he exhibit and It la probable
that 1t will be one of the features of
the State !lr.
There ia silll a demand that the ex
hibit be opened to the public for at
least one day more before It la moved
from the Weinhard building, but this
will hardly be granted. The public
waa amaxed at the excellence of the
work, and It la the general opinion
that Oreaon Cltv stands with the lead
Ing cltlea of the country In educational
facilities. Superintendent Tooxe waa
authorized by the dlrectora to have
the exhibit carefully put away forjh
Two men made a daring attempt to
hold up and rob D. C. Robbtna, mana
ger of the Oregon Commission Com
pany, aa he wt ascending the Fifth
street stairway to th, hill eeetlon of
the city Sunday night. Mr. Robblna
eluded the men. He had $150 In hla
The commission merchant attended
a moving picture theatre In tlie-e'-en
Ing, and afterward went into a drug
More to make a purchaae. He took
from bis pocket a Urge waiie which
waa evidently aeen by the men who
later attempted to bold him up. Mr.
Robblna waa attracted br the actions
of the men aa he left the drugstore,
and decided to watch tVm. They
passed him, and when he arrived at
the stairway they parted .i he would
have to walk between thum. As be
did so on-t ran under the stnlrway and
the other followed him. At about the
tenth atep Mr. Robblna stopped and
prepared to defnd himself In case he
waa attacked. The man. however.
pased by him, and turning, aald
Realizing that he waa nt o disad
vantage, Mr. Robblna rushed . down
the atalrway, and told of hU experi
ence to aeveral friends, it ia eupposed
that the fan who followed Mr. Rob
blna Intended to throw hU booty to
his companion, who- lurkod under the
stairway. In case pursuit, waa riven.
One of the men bad a l.lacK mus
tache and wore a black mIducIi hit
drawn over bis face. They are thought
to have been atranptera In the city, and
to have left Immediately after the at
10,000 POST CARDS MAILED.
School Children Help To Advertise
City and Vicinity.
It la estimated that rfcore than 10,000
Kst cards were mailed Monday
Post Card Day" by the achool chil
dren and other residents of Oregon
City. The "Live Wires" of the Com
mercial Club furnished the acnools
with cards Illustrating varloua points
of Interest In Oregon City and Clack-
amaa County, and a part of the after
noon seaalon waa devoted to addres
sing the cards. Card a were sent to
all parta of the United 8tates. . It Is
expected that they will attract many
persons to Ciackamaa County.
FOR SELLING BASKETS
The flrat rehearsal of "Hlck'a Col:
lege" to be given by the New Dra
matic Club for the benefit of the fire
men's monument fund, waa held Mon
day night. The entertainment will be
held In about two weeks at the Shlvely
Opera House. The proceeds will go
toward erecting a 'bronze statue repre
senting a fireman, In the courthouse
yard. Several hundred dollara have
been raised for the fund. M. J. La-
xell will take the part of Htcka.
Party Attends Theatre..
A theatre party composed of the
Mlssee Jennie Schatz, Evelyn Holshu,
Beryl Long, Ada Frost,' Pete Long,
Harry White,. Rbea Cole, Nine Long,
Alfred Bolton,- Loula Smith, Oscar
Smith. Herman Rake!, Clyde Stokes
and George 8mlth went to Portland
on Sunday evening. The party waa
chaperoned by Mr. and Mra. P. IL
LEADERS 111 RACE
WHILE McCREDIE'S MEN . ARE
RESTING WILLIAMS' BOYS
PORTLAND, Or.. May 15. (Special)
While McCredle's champions were
resting trr Sacramento for the aeriea
which begina tomorrow Nick Wllllama"
fast coming roadsters took a hotly
contested game from Spokane, the
acore being aeven to five. The Port
land boya started out with two scores
and In the third copped two more,
but In the next inning the Spokane
aggregation got within one of Wll-
llama' team and In the fifth made two
scores, which put It one to the good.
The lead, however, did not last long,
for In the seventh the Roadsters, by
good stick work added three more
runa to their acore and sewed p the
game. Bloom field allowed eleven bit,
but he waa ateady at critical tlmee.
The baseball reaults Monday were
aa follows: .
Pacific Coaat League Traveling
day, no games scheduled. ,
Northwestern League Portland 7,
Spokane 8; Tacoma 4, Victoria" 0;
Vancouver 1, Seattle 0.
American League Detroit 5, Boston
4: St. Louie 8, Waahlngton 0; Chicago
C Philadelphia 2; New York . Cleve
land s. f .
National League Pittsburg 12, Bos
ton 10; Philadelphia 21. Cincinnati t;
New York 10, St. Loula 6; Chicago 6,
Brooklyn 2. . ' ' , .
JUSTICE OF PEACE HAS DISPOSED
. OF MORE THAN '
BIG KILLS TO AID
EXHIBITS FOR THE COMMERCIAL
CLUB'S PROMOTION BUILD
ING ARE PROMISED.
' i ' t asasaaasBBSBBaeO)
William Beard Te Visit Middle North
west In Interest of Oregon , '"
City and Ciackamaa -County.
Work will beT atarted today on the
promotion building of the Commercial .
Club, which will be located on Main v
etreeti opposite the courthouse. It is
the Intention to rush "the work aa .
much as possible, and it la expected
that the building will be ready for
use in about thirty daya. Sample of
the products of Clackamas County
and the varloua articlea manufactured
In the city will be abown In the building-
' ' i
' The Willamette Paper Mill and the
Oregon City Manufacturing Company
have agreed to have exhibits tn the
building. The huter'a exhibit will -show
every process througn which
wool goes from the time It la brought
to the factory until the finished article .
la ready for he market The display
of the paper milla also will show the
various atagea of manufacture.
William Beard, a Urge property '
owner of Oregon City, will leave the
latter part of the week on a trip in
the intereat of Oregon City and Ciack
amaa County. Mr. Bearj will go to
Wisconsin, and probably other states
In the middle northwest. He will
take with him a large qnantlty of liter
ature published by the Commercial
Club and will do all he can to attract
homeseekers to Ciackamaa County.
While the trjp primarily la to be
for pleasure, persons who know Mr.
Beard realize that he will do a great -.
deal of work in the Interest of the city .
and county. In fact friends of Mr
Beard aay that he derives more -pleasure
from booming hla own city
and county than probably anything : i
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BASEBALL FANS TRY TO
MOB C. E. SPDICE
MASTER OF OREGON GRANGE AS
UMPIP.E MAKES UNPOPU-
LAR DECISION. "
Charlea E. Siwnce.. ma8ter of the
Oregon State . Grange, narrowly ea
caped being mobbed at a baaeball
game held Sunday afternoon at 8hu
bel. between the Logan and Shubel
teams. Mr. Spence, who had only Just
returned from a atrenuotia week at the
State Orange meeting In Corvallls,
waa aaked to umpire the game and aid
so. but made decision that Was tin
DOtmlar to the Logan players and the
members Of the home team were com
pelled to rally around the granger
limp" to aave him frdm harm.
The game ended peaceably, after the
wrath of the visitors had subs ded.
Shubel won. with a score of JoJ.
8t. Dolbow pltcnen, euu
caught,or the winning team.
QUILTING PARTY IS GIVEN.
Mr. A, G. Kinder Surprised By Her
A' pleasant aurprlse waa given ( Mr.
A O Kinder at her home on Clacka
mas Height- on Friday br the 1-d.e.
residing at that place. The day waa
Spent in quilting, the quilt being pre
IZtU to Mrs. Kinder. A aumptuous
Jena't was served, and a moat enjoy
"bh, time wa. had. Those present
were Mrs. Jamea McAnulty, Mrs N.
Lighter. Mr. W. Rlttenhouse. Mr.
Rlttenhouaa. Mrs J. .
A. 8. Brown, Mr. J. Aldrlch. Mr. U
Aidrch, Mra. Oeorge Mann, Mr. Jame
Mnor Mra Carry, Mr. J. Varley, atra.
O. Kinder. Mis. Mary vJS
jeanette-AldrtchrMIss Haxel Walling-
Justice of the Peace Saraaon, of
Oregon City, declared Monday that he
held the record for selling baskets
for the benefit of churches and achoola
In Oregon. The Justice hss sold more
than 10.000 baskets, and he challenges
any other auctioneer In the atate to
show that he has sold tnat numoer.
Mr flamson realized $147.15 for baa
keta at a sale for the Barton School
Saturday night. The sale loiiowea an
entertainment. One basket brought
$21.50. The proceed will be used to
provide a desk for Miss Miner, me
teacher, and to buy booka for the li
I. O. O. F. HOME IS PRAISED.
Oregon City Raaidenta Say Institution
I Model One.
Mr. and Mra. Duane Ely, of thla city,
and niece, Mtaa Gladya Byron, went to
Portland on Sunday, where they visiV
ed the I. O. O. F. home. They apoke
In the highest of terms of the manage
ment. Miss Llbker. formerly of this
city, la matron of thla Institution.
There are at present 45 Inmates,
25 of theae being children, who are
orphans. The .rooms are neatly nepi.
and among them la a Horary, wnere
good reading matter can be found.
Each order of the atate has furnished
a room. One of the comforta of the
noma la a larae fireplace, while anoth
er comfort la the large veranda, which J
commande a moat excellent view ui
the aurroundlng country. The atruc
ture la of brick, and the gTounda ur
rounding are beautiful. There are two
block of ground, and the children are
given the privilege or making gardens
of vegetablea and flowers. The child
ren are allowed to attend the achoola
which are nearby.
Many repalre have recently been
made to the building. A hospital has
been added, and the anrgery will com
pare with any In the city of Portland.
Thla will be completed bjf Wednesday.
LOCAL TEAM TO PLAY AURORA-
Llnntona Dont Show Up to Play Price
The game of baaeball between the
Price Brothera" team of thla city, and
the IJnnton team acheduled for the
latter grounds at IJnnton Sunday
afternoon waa not played, owing to a
misunderstanding over the telephone.
The local team wa ready to ahow the
Llnnton team what It could do, but
the IJnnton team d'.d not appear. Some
of the players of this city think it waa
Portland . . .
New York .
Pittsburg . .
St. Loula ...
New York ...
Cleveland t . .
St, Loula ....
WIFE CHARGES CRUELTY.
Lydia M. Baker 8uea Bert H. Baker
r For oivorce.
Lvdla M. Baker has filed a ault for
divorce from Bert H. Baker, to whom
she was married In Portland on March
10, 1908. MYs. Baker alleges that her
husband got into the habit of drinking
and coming home in an intoxicated
condition, abused her and treated her
cruelly. Thla occurred 12 month a af
ter their marriage. 8be aaya he has
failed to aupport her. Her attorney
la B. L. Snow, of Portland.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SEEKS
PRECEDENT IN DEBATE
s ' CONTROVERSY.
The executive Committee of the
Ciackamaa County School League wiU ,
meet next Saturday night to decide
the protest of Superintendent Toose,
of the Oregon City schools, against ;
awarding the debating championship
to th Parkplace team. County Super
intendent Gary, of the Executive Com- "
mlttee, aald Monday that an effort
would be made to find a precedent by
which the committee would probably -be
Superintendent Tooxe haa charged
that H- M. Jamea, principal of the
Estacada High School, ueed his in
fluence as head of the debating de
partment of the Ciackamaa County
School League to deprive the Oregon
City High School team or an oppor
tunlty to take part In the conteat. ;
This Mr. Jamea denlee, and declarea
that Superintendent Tooze la at fault.
J. W. MAYES DIES OF. PARALYSIS.
Funeral to Be Held Thla Afternoon at
Holman Establishment. .
J. W. Mayea, known by many aa
Frank Mayea.- died Sunday afternoon
at 4:30 o'clock at the home of Mra.
Anna Kruse on Main street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth atreeta, after
ap lllneaa or aeven weeka of paralysis.
Mr. Mayes wa about fifty-three ;
yeara old. He ta survived by one
Drotner, wno uvea at nouwu, uuw.
Mr. Mayea had been a resident of thla
city for the paat 18 years, making hla
home at the residence or Mra. Kruse
during that time. He was well and
favorably known by many persons In
thla rllv and riurtnr hla residence
here waa connected with the Crown
Columbia Pulp ft Paper Company. He
was acid maker for the past five year.
Mr. Mayes waa a member or the
Wacheno Tribe No. 13. I. O. R. M.,
and this order wilt meet at the Knapp
hall -on Tuesday afternoon and march
In a body to the Holman undertaking
parlors, where service will be eon-
ducted at 1:30 o'clock, thl order hav
ing charge of the aervicee. The Filer-
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HI f II l mil lTJ iu mo vavwui.w.M - . -
cemetery. - , ? ,
Arch Roe Reaign. ,
Arch Rose, who haa been connected
with the Portland- Railway Light ft
Power Company In thla city, holding
the position of awltch board tender
at Button B, electric light station,
haa reelgned hla position. It Is prob
able that Mr. and Mra. Rosa will move
.i-j tha near future.
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I 5 to 20 Acre Furmt Wear Oregon City
We have severl buyers waiting and many - coining.
If your place is for sale; and the price right come and
se us at once. -
V. F. SCHOOLEY , CO.
Phone; Paclflo M-SO.- Home A-156. S12 Main tK Crr: C V-