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law In every Motion of Claoka- C
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ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1300
VOti. I No. 111.
OUEQON CITY,- OUEGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1911.
Peb Week, 10 Cents
SIMON AGREES TO
pi-NTIONS. HOWEVER. MUST BE
fiiGNED BV LARGE NUMBER
Qr BUSINESS M.EN.
THINKS HE CAN BEAT RUSHLIGHT
jjjp.nds Deare n n-cora ui
Myor E oMtloa Him TO Anotner
Ttrio At ...CJiy't
Portland, "nr., mty i tsiie-ell-Myor
Simon today virtually
ifTl 'u become ail Indepwndutit can
didal against A- U- KiwMfaKjh
R.ptjtiu an ntfiilne, Petition nam
tn M . "" Simon "re being circulated,
tad 'lie declared It they were elgued
. .1 .ft L,.uli.-.u
fey It MltTICIOlll IIUHllllT "I miimh-
tn.-u . would make Ihv race.
jrri.-. Hie primaries, Mayor, Simon
liia in tolled dally by delegations
n-pr. riling all clauses who have
Brr.'.l Mini ho ' the collH-sti
The rniu-Bl llittt ho become a randl-til,-
U i"t been confined to piny ono
qiiali r r c laaa pf voters.
if i. -iifflrl'-nt number of the eleo
torn c( this rliy. however, have euffl
cleat confidence .In' me to want me
KilD for tblr Mayor and will regls
trr thm prff'Tt-ncn lo a nominating
petit :o:.. I. in all probability, aball sub
nlt to tti'li' request and become a ran
fidm against Mr. Rushlight." said
Myr Simon tonight.
T.- :iiimlnatlon of Mayor Simon aa
an i:irt. .u-rident can only bo made by
prtlHi.ti It will rwjulro a petition of
betMii '.too and 1 iioo legal voters "of
the The nominating -petition t
ani-t have ih'e signatures of a per c'iit
ef tti total vote caal for Governor In
IhU i !ty at Jhe last general election, t
Thr "' i"r iorrnor in rnrtmna
Nm. nib. r wa about 30.000. Botwion
nl .'irt of Hihio pot It Ion t will bo
BUi d In rlrculafTon tomorrow anMhe
'r(uMT number of alfnaturoa will b
oiit.Mr.l wltbln a few hour.
, Fr ti. of tho Mayor aay that bla I
rT-d rniltlra him to another ttfrnr"
PERPETRATED BY WALT Ac DOUGALL
GET HEP TO
COMiC SERIES EVER!!'
IT WILL GET YOUR COAT
UTTERLY NEW. ORIGINAL.
IDIOTIC AND STERIU2E0!)
FOR HE Sir; - . orSF?
vfA&?? lu m .qm
ClZ-- T. ... UV1
1 THE ONES WE HAVE TO TFI 1.11
listen, i ll place u cxhlrt evidence;
iiLL thvaaki JHiiJ all comic aruau are crazy .
CXt-LllL-, AM .II .rAIV Ar.
I - v y
ntisu tat roT connc and so w
RESULT OF SHOCK.
.0 .1 .UA-
'Hthc powckr mill oliIo-I
sion tv lound Id he
ciiicJ dumb .-A
lew which wore ciTKifa
IiJrlhcr advain e J lownnt
put onapver at
ArTt1s nevrr nave to worry obout
MrlVc fit of thtHr dress suits nor
OLD Hu... t 1
THE HAREM SKIRT.
kisom irqins z
yards long and
loll the microbes
bacteria and tli
other bug Jump
ed on cm at once
They tfatWered ui
cwir Slumps ana Y i
othsraerwis for F
And th hewspopers
luilrfiinp on? torujuetird. It is now
ioi)od UiuT d LreerJ noiseless
u ma mmm
SIMPLY CRUELTYTO ANIhLiSt
nook a dally (all out ofltam
INow comes-a lew sensible
IdtrHes who adopt a costume
fhat is all to the mustard and
wbat happens ?
a a l " A.I A I da.
nore txiQS iran ine imms
ever collected Are already
Jumping on II ? "
re you on r
Uiinca Kens mav be iiroduccd ho locate vour Ras liver so
rbyutlllzino the knowledge , Uiat you may apply the pad
gaineu in The aiscisicr lyou Doudhl irom one oi our
Ifity-S fp 5ALF- BYJWEEWETradvertlsera.
No.Moy.we cannot undertake
THE YOUNGEST -
His name is J Kobe
and he was
ants' tot ry
to beat hi!
Umokes, plays poker
and The accoraeon'
Photon for sale at
The Outlet Office. 25c&ch
MIX Ulkol Vi' 1
AVIATION MEET PLANNED
TOWN HAS DIFFICULT TIME KEEP
ING ORDER UNDER PRE8- "
ADVICE OF LAWYER HERE IS ASKED
Deputloa, Who Try to Quell Riot Aro
Arretted For. Breaking Lawa
They Aro Sworn to
' ' ' Uphold.
Ely and Other Blrdmen May Fly
VANCOUVER. Wash., , May 16.
(aDeclal.) Overture have been made
Mo president DuBola, of Commer
cial Club, to arrange for an avja'loa
meet here June 5 to 9, ana tne propo
sition la likely to be accepted. Eugene
Ely and other aviators will be on
hand and the Garrison Polo Grounds
will be utilized for the meet. The pro
moters agree to deposit $10,000 lu a
local 'bank as security for their pari
of the performance and locr.l men are
to put up $4000, the latter sum to go
to the aviators If the meet Is a suc
cess, the Tocal subscribers t- be retra
hursed from the proceeds of the meet
SCHOOL HEAD SMS
M'. Sturgeo to Start Auto Stage.
F " Hturisea has purchiiard a
Tl m vi'ltfr automobile, sevott jinaw
rtiti i. to iikc a a stage between thia
rliy ir. l Wllholt Iho coming summer.
Th rriirhlne l a stnng one., and aev
n i -. tiB.-rs ran be carried with
romfoM. Mr. Hturgea la well known
Is tli:s lty. being manager of the
furniture stole on Seventh and Center
8tr--t Mr. Rturgea has tried the car
.and ay It runs unusually welt.
HAPPV TEACHER BRIDE
MISS ALICE M. RUOOLES IS
BRIDE OF JT. HATTAN,
Ml- Alice M. Rugglea. former
ly h h :'ixi -eacher In rWtland. was
niBrri.d Monday by Juatlce of Peace
BatuHon , Jitmea T. Hatln, uerln
tndnt of the hatcherlea at Bonnie
lle Tlu ceremony w-a nerfrrmeJ
t he hom. At John Haitan, of 8tone,
efcn inll-n irora Oregon City.
A untfjii' feature of in wdding
a clurlvarl party.' compoapd
lrif.-lv of children, who had altered
rh(K. In the district when Mlsi Rug
le was auhatltute teacher there. The
children were well suppllet! with ho.-iii
' nd tin enns, and the din for several
mlntifi B waa'deafenlng. Mr. and Mra.
Wattan totk the charivari good natur
eilly ami th children had a fine tlm.
The wltneaHea were John H. Mattarj
' and wlfa and Mra. Snmtoi). wife of
the Jiutlce of the Peace. Mr. and
Mrs lixttan left after the eerotnnny
for liunnlevllle, where they will live.
ASKS FOR REPORT ON
SVI.r.M, Or.. May 16. (apeclnl.)
For the I'urpoxe of bringing Hie sanl
tury condition of the achools In the
state up to a higher standard, Super
4titendi nt of Public Instruction Alder-
limit has anked that, the annual meet
ings be held In all school districts on
line 19, and me grounds and build
ings be thoroughly Inspected ana -a
report mude to. the State Hoara oi
Kduratlon. To aid those holding ine
nie-tliiKS he haa formulated a aeries
of questions which are being sent out
tn all the districts, rnese question
cover every phase of sanitation, and It
Is believed that much good will yesult
from holding the meetlnga.
llesldes being turned over to tne
Roard of Education, the reports will
Iim submitted to a State lommuiee
of the Department of School Patrona
of the National .Educattoni absocib-
tlon. Thla committee held a meeting
and dlacuaaed plana for the conven-
Ion of the association, which win oe
held In San Francisco In July, me
reporti will lie used at the convention
to show the atate of the achoola In
iVARRANT FOR SALOON
OWNER IS ISSUED
Jutt plica of atrawal You'va auroly
delH.rf An ik. Llnrf et "otraw" you
nt this lummtr. Ptrhapi It'e
uilorf Or a ooft roll straw that
t the jatoitr Sowlnto "SpUta"
Mllant, are the principal araw
1S0 to 4.00 . ,
?f ice Brothers
rf' A'. Hoi UU OOaV j
th ind Main tMj
MAN IN WHOSE PLACE TWO GIRLS
ARE FOUND IS TO BE
rfMnwli'g the forfeiting nf bonds of
two women arrested In the Log Cabsa
8loon on Main Street, ueoige
Sinpv IMi Atlnrnev. Oil I lirnanjr
swote rut a warrant for the arrcsi i
Joseph Kerrlck, proprietor of the
place. The women, who are tnougni
to have come from Portland, were ar
rested Saturday night by City Police
man Cook In a room above the aaioon
They were released upon bonds of $20
enrh to anoear for trial Monday, but
lid not out in an appearance ana
their bonds were declared forfeited.
in sneak Ing of tne caae to a report
er for the Morning Enterprise Major
Browneil , ' '
t ant the case against u mu
Droaecuted. ai I dealre all caaea of a
h fullest extent.
similar iivw o, ----- . .
.rvi. i. . matter In. which I 'snail in
alBt.upon the law.uoioE Tigju.j
U la said 'thit If KerrlcK la toundJ
guilty the City council win roj
hr7tl7lon with a view ol refflklng
his aaioon license. The ordinance cov
..innna nrovldoa for the rovoca
tlon of licenses when places have been
shown to be qisoraeny.
SWITCHMEN SELECT CANBY.,
Annual Plcnlo to Be Hold at Fair
Qreund June 25..
' ".iu:.j..ii katt ' been made
n.i tiihi"";"'- . . ..
Ll. i... . ft. . Qu ltrhmon S Lnlon. OI
Portland, obtained ' the - Car.by fair
grounds for their annual picnic Jun
SS. I lie -niBHci grwerrs uiwu 111
grounda lant year.
Wllllum McMurray, general paaaenl
ger agent of the Southern Pacific
Company, expects that 4t merry mak
ers will come from Portland for the
switchmen's picnic. A speclul train
will luing the picnickers from Port
land cirly In the morning and return
in the evening.
Little la Fined $20.
City Recorder Stlpp on Tuesday
fined William Uule $20 for going to
the room of his former wire in the
Ilrldge Hotel and raising a disturb
ance. IJttle called at the hotel Sun
day night to see the children and
marled the trouble. The warrant for
his arrest was sworn out by Louis
AT CLACKAMAS FAIR
OAK GROVE ORGANIZATION WON
FAVOR AT BOOSTER
The Oak Grove Girls' Band made
such a favorable Impression In Oregon
City on Booster Day, M. J. Laielle,
secretary of the Clackamas County
Fair Association has engaged the or-
gnnUatlon to furnish the mualc at the
County Fair to be held In September.
Although organlted only about a year
ago, the band haa become a favorite
ftvlth risckamaa County residents and
has played on several occasions In
Portland. The- band joineci in me
nnoster rav narade In thla city and
was one of the chief attractions - of
the teatlvltlea. The personnel of the
nraranlzstton la SB "follows:
Ada Starkweather. Kditn urinun.
Ethel Blgham. Ruth Wllklns, Ruth
Worthlngton, Hesther Armstrong. Joe
la Rnldell. MarJorlo McLesae. Marga
ret Lewis, Maud McLesse. Lntle Aver
son, Ellen Worthlngton. Madge tuns.
Frances Griffith, Edith Turner, Beasle
Vlgels and Katie Oatkin.
PRISONER HUES TO
RICH FATHER FOR AID
POSTOFFICE CLERK WEOS TODAY
Miss Pearl McCubbln to Become R. H
i. -Trulllnaoio Bride.
R. H. Trulllnger, general delivery
clerk of the Oregon my pwuuuiv.-
and Mlas Pearl McCubbln. of Logan,
will be married thla aiternoon uy u
Rev. Hayworth. Mr. Trulllnger has
....... i afc,i home In West Oregon City
where he and hla bride will live. The
.mniMH nt thA nostofflce have pre
sented the couple a handsome rocking
chair. Mr. Trulllnger Is one of the
h.it vnnwn vnnna- men In Oregon
City and Mlsa McCubbln la a belle of
Logan. - r -v y
fllOflTrfVAROLtDI GOES TO WORK
Living Expena'oo to Bo Allowed Him
and Wlfa to Got Rest
. rivd Rmlth. who was arrested In
Mnvamher on complaint of his wife
that he had neglected to support her,
and who has been in jati ever smco,
was naroled Tuesday and will be glv-
wArif immediately. The warrant
in ho mad out In the name of Coun
t. r-iavk Uulvev. who) wlU allow
amiih annnvh mone for llvln expens-
eg while the remainder will be turned
over to hla wire for ner euppori.
BENJAMIN GREENWOOD DENIES
THAT HE HELD UP AND
ROBBED V. L. HEATHMAN.
The trial of Benjamin Greenwood.
arrested In Portland on a charge of
holding up and robblrg Vernon L
Hoilhman. who conducts a atore at
Jennings lidge. was potiKined Indef
initely to give the young man an op-
pot tunlty to write to his rather at tiu
Btiaue. la., for financial assistance.
Greenwood denlea that he held up Mr.
Heathman. and thinks that his father,
who Is wealthy, will assist him to get
out of his trouble.
Mr Heathman is positive that oreen
wood la the man who held htm up and
has been bimy since the arrest worn
In nn e vidence against the prisoner,
Th robbery occurred on Main street
near the suspenson bridge, uregon
ritv Mr. Heathman waa rouoea ot
$17. George C. Browneil has neen en
gaged to defend Greenwood.
BACK TO CLACKAMAS
ADOLPH FRIEDRiCH AND FAMILY
SPEND NINE YEARS IN
. Adolph Frledrloh, with his wife and
nn rrivt in Oregon City on Mon
day evening from Buenos Ayres, South
America, and are visiting the former's
sister, Mrs. Schubert, ot firm street
nunr Inhn Adams.
Mr. Frledrich and family left Ore
gon City nine years ago tor soum
America,, and alnco their residence
there have made their home at Buenoa
Ayres, but do not care to return, ana
will mke their future home In Clack
amas County. Mr. Frledrich itatlng It
la "God's country."- All through their
-.vol. nn niace was aa Inviting aa
They will at once start building a
modern residence near the home of
Mr. Frledilch's sister In this city. Bay
ing purchased a flnebulWlng lot.
LIFE IMPERILLED, SAYS WIFE
Mra. Lulu V. Lathrop Files Suit For
Lulu V. Lathrop has filed a suit for
divorce from Walter B. lathrop. 1 hey
wer married on February 10. 1908.
Cruel aa I Inhuman treatment" Hinder
ing life burdensome are the grounds
Mrs. Lalhrop Is aulng on. '
She doctares he has often used pro
fane lansujge o her, baa repealed y
assaulted and atruck her. and on July
It 1909, knocked her down. 8he say
she remalnod unconscloua for fome
"m. Utiuop further allege that
her huabaiid haa also threatened to
take her life or to do her boiilv harm,
ind aV reputedly told her If .he ev
er told h-'v hevhad treatel her he
wonld -rk hero that no mm woVU
want to iharry her.
George C. Browneil Is th atiunav
for Mrs. Lathrop. '
8ANDT, OtC. May 16. (special)-
Sandy probably will be the next
Clackamas County town to incorpor
ate. A representative of the Sandy
Commercial Club went to Oregon City
Tuesday to Interview an attorney rela
tive to the procedure to be followed.
It Is probable that petitions aaking
for the Incorporation of Sandy will be
presented to the County Court within
a few months.
Ud to one year ago there waa no ur
gent demand for the Incorporation of
Sandy. But for several months the
town has actually been beyond tne
control of the authorities. The con
stable, while a very efficient officer,
lives three miles from the town. There
are now three saloons In Sandy and
scares of men come Into the city trom
the camps of the Mount Hood Rail
way Company and practically take
- One afternoon, about two weeks ago
a party of men came Into 8andy and
for several hours they had the place
by the ears. Sandy and everything
In It was theirs. It Is said that a
number of deputies were appointed to
quell the incipient riot, but they were
powerless and finally became engascd
In a free for all fight with some of the
distm hers, the result being that two
or three of the depntlea were arrested
for breaking the laws they were sworn
There are plenty of law abldln?
neonln in Sandy who are anxious to
bring order out of chaos. They havo
nn wlh to see their streets turned
Into a brawling place, and no doubt
iho rnuntv Court wilt give reapecttui
tianiinn to their netltlon wnen u
in. Sandy has grown remark-
Kiw r.mt rtiirlnir the last year. There
or. manv oeople n-alng through the
place bound tor the Mount Hood re
sorts and many of tbem atop for rest
mid refreshment In Sandy and are en
titled to whatever protection the town
can afford. ,
sndv U an old town, but It na
lot of vigorous young Diooo, ana i
becoming a live wire in Eastern i-iuck-
STOilE WELL '.HI
WILSON ACCEPTS INVITATION
Governor of New Jersey to Be Press
PORTLAND. Or., May 16. (sped.il)
Governor Woodrow Wilson f New
Jersey will be the guest of honor of
the Portland Press Club at a reception
to be given him by the Commercial
Club Thursday evening. This Infor
mation Is contained in a telegram sent
by Governor Wilson In 8an Kranclso
to President Sydney Vincent of the
Press Club. Aa Wilson will not leave
Portland until some time Friday, the
newspaper men'a organization may ex
pect him to give It considerable time
following the Commercial Club ftast.
SAU10N HSHING HURT
BY COOL VEATHE
ANGLERS TO BE ALLOWED 400
FEET NEARER FALLS NEXT
SERVICE TO LOWELL STARTS
Flrt Train Over Natron
Greeted By Crowa
pit.ENE. Or.. May 16. (special.)
The first train over the new Natron
vtonion was received with. Joy by
the peoohs of that part or me vane
Tatlr.lavlncr haft nroareased several
miles, beyond Lowell, but the tracV
In shape tor tranic omy
place. The first carload of freight frr
Lowell waa sent up on iuib
-ft.i.h waa imed In construction work,
and from now on. regular BhlpmenU
will reach the place, but no definite
service haa been established.
m . row weeks the Southern Pactfic
Company will establish a regular pass
enger and freight service dbiwu ...
gene and Lowell, which la the hip
ping point for a vast territory hitherto
!Z..VT..d hv a railroad. While -hla
... ha. aiwava been tributary to
Eugene, which Is Its natural ' trading
point, the new railway will bring the
li.- i. tn.r rnnrh with the people
living In that section of the county.
a . .4 a mm a 1 1 Rnrinkler Ordered.
SALEM. Or.. May 16. (special.)
At a meeting of the State Board the
kM th. contract to Install the au
tomatic . sprinkler system of Ore ex
tmgulshere at the asylum farm i and
,he main InBtltutlon 8,rti,
the Automatic Sprinkler Company
The price for the work Is $21,753. the
bin for the asylum farm sprinkler
calling for $12,375 and the asylum
BELGIAN HARES ARE
EATEN BY PET DOG
The cool weather of the past few
days has given salmon fishing at the
rails a serious setback. The sport
was anything but satisfactory Monday
and Tuesday, and disciples of Izaak
Walton from Portland ana otner pans
of the state were disappointed. But
good times are coming, for George
Brown says so. and what he .does not
know about Sainton fishing la not
worth knowing. For more than thirty
years he has been fishing, or watching
others fish, at the falls. Thla authori
ty, says the fish have been driven to
ward the bottom of the river by the
anow water from the mountaina ana
the headwater coming over the falls.
But Just aa soon as the sun comes out
and the backwater begins coming In,
a coord I tie to Mr. Brown, fishing will
be better than It haa been any time
The new law allowing line fishing
ion feet nearer the falla becomes ef
fective next Monday, and , a large
crowd of anglera Is expected to be on
hand to make a rush for the favored
spot. The nearer the falls the better
the flahlng, say the expert anglers.
DRILLING HALTS TO "SHOOT;
crevice And fill cavity .
f . WITH CEMENT
WORK TO EE RESUMED IN HQ iWS
Strata of Hard Rock Bellowed to Cov
er Oil and Gas Samples to
Be Analylxod In
' Louis Vlerhua, of Stone, on whose
farm an oft well Is being drilled by
the Hom OH Gaa Company, waa In
Oregon City Tuesday, and made an
encouraging report to those luterreted -in
the enterprise. Mr. Vieihus aald
that a strata of hard rock had been
reached, which persona exparlenced in -drilling
for oil believed waa what la '
known aa "the oil cap." Both oil and '
Ejjts have seeped through crsvktca In
the roca, and there Is every reason . -to
believe tnat when ihe strata is '
pierced oil andgas In large quantities
will be found. ,. ,
Because of a crevice m ibecock It
was found necessary to shoot the
well and fill in with cement When .,
the cement haa hardened, which Mr..
Vlerhua says, will take about two
weeks, drilling- will be resumed. The
crevice diverted the course of the
drill and made further progress im- ,
possible until the dynamite charge
and cement had been nsed. The well
Is now 1305 feet deep, and Mr. Vlerhua
thinks. If oil la found in paying quan
tities, it will be at a depth of a boat
250 feet more.
C. D. Latourette, who la Intereeted
In the well, baa taken aamplea of the .
stone, believed to be "The Oil Cap" ,
to Portland to have them analyzed. It
said the atone la similar to that
found In Texas and California Just be
fore oil and gaa were obtained.
BEAVERS HAVE TIE
GAME WITH SENATORS
0. D. EBY
HIGH SCHOOL TODAY
LAWYER TO EXPLAIN RELATION
OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITU
TIONS AND GOVERNMENT. ,
O. D. Eby, member of the Board of
Directors of the Oregon City 8choolt
will deliver an address before me
high school pupils at 9 o'clock thl
morning. The address Is expected to
be of unusual Interest. Mr. Eby a sutv
TEAMS. PLAY 13
H. CAUFIELD'S FOX TERRIER
THROWN OVER FENCE
. INTO PEN. -
PORTLAND, Or May 16. (Spe
cial.) Both Portland teams played tie
games today. McCredle'a men and
Sacramento battled for thirteen In
nings, each team making six scores.
Rain stopped the game between the
Roadsters and Spokane in the fifth .
inning, neither side having scored.
The Beaver-Sacramento game waa a
fight from the first Inning; when both .
teama scored. In the second Sacra
mento got two and in the third one.
Portland put one over the plate In the
fourtn and two In the sixth. At the
end of 'the ninth each team had five
scores and In the tenth each made
one more which ended the run getting,
The results Tuesday were aa fol
lows: ' T
Pacific Coaat League Portland S,
Sacramento 6 (tied), called at end of
Ject will be 'The Public Schools," and 13th inning because of darkness; Oak-
h wilt ernlain to the pupils the reta-l. . Snn tvanclsco K: Vernon 5.
tlon Of the BChOOlS to tne governurem.
He will show why the state and cities
educate the children, how taxea are
collected for this purpose and how the
i i.. rriar hnlonalna to C. H. Cau-
fle?d hsY h.d enough 'Belgian bare, to g un.
ta.t him the remainder of hla life, and gon y pr..i.
mnnav la anant.
The speaker will also give a brief
history of the public schools, how they
had their origin, the good that has
been accomplished by them and the
progress that haa been made. The ob
ject of Mr. Eby will be to explain why
the schools are maintained. The
children know they are compelled to
go to school, and to some of them the
work is considered more or less a
bugbear, but they have never given
much thought to the principle and ob
ject Involved. . ' .
Mr. Eby's address will be about the
sixteenth of a series Inaugurated by
Superintendent of Schools Tooxe. Oth
ers who addressed the children were
Governor West, Postmaster Randall,
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Alderman, Dr. -A. L. Beetle, George C.
Browneil, J. E. Hedgea, Superintend
ent of County Schools Gary, W. A.
Flnley, Senator Dimlck, P. L, Camp
bell, President of University of Ore.
W. J. Kerr, president oi uir
his master will probably pay for the
big meal. The animal waa w j
unidentified persona to the home of a
man on Fifteenth and Jefferson
Street. There It was thrown over the
high fertce and allowed to remain all
night among the Belgian hares, and
was found the following morning by
the owner of the harea. The dog do
voured eight of the harea, and would
have eaten the ninth one had It not
been locked In a aeparate compart-
m An" effort Is being made to find the
person, who put the dog n the en
closure. The dog did not go there on
hla own accord. It could not have
climbed Into the pen. as the fence is
Girl Sustains Serious Cut
Mlsa Haxel Parish, of Oladstone,
who Is employed at The Falls Lunch
room aud Confectionery, while work
ing Tuesday evening fell on a giw"
which she hsd been carrying and auv
talned a serious cut on her noae. She
was attended by Dr. Carll.
m i u and m. nomn, -
dent 'of Willamette UnWersity. Grant
B. Dimlck. the Oregon City lawyer,
will be the next to address the puplu.
annorintendent Tooie extends an in
vitation to all citUens to hear the ad
dresses. They are given in the naai
ham school building. - -
Loa Angeles 2.
Northwestern League Portland 0, x
Spokane 0, called end of fifth Inning
because of rain; Tacoma 1. Victoria
Oft. Vancouver 10, Seattle 0.
National League St, Louis 8, New
York : Brooklyn , Chicago $; Cin
cinnati 11.. Philadelphia 4; Pittsburg
11. Boston 7.
American League Detroit 7. Boa-
ton 6; Chicago 6, Philadelphia 1; St.
Louis 4, Washington 0;. Cleveland 2,
New York i. . '
. W. 1
' Pacific Coast,
Portland ........25 .
8an Francisco 26 ' .
Loa Angeles ......... ...18
Vancouver ....... i ... V
Tacoma ... .....'...,,-'-13
Read the Morning enterprise, r -,
I WAN TED!
0 5 to 20 Acre Fms-N -Oregon. City
We have several buyers waiting and many tocrin.
$ If your place is for sale and the price right come trd
1 see us at once.
I - -V. F. SCHOOLEY Ci CC
' Phono! Pacific M-80. Home A-186. f 1 S12 Main St, Ore;
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