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' inliMrtptlom for the Morning
' ! a nmttd lima at a epeolal
! ' dj'
1 Th only daily newepapa fcev
twN Partland and Salem; eJrwav C
UUa In vry aaatlon f Clafca 4
mil County, with a population f
30,000. Ara you an advrtlrf
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1300
von. l-No. 112.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1911.
Per Week, 10 Cevts
WOBKMIN ON MT. HOOD LINK
ARE BURIED BENEATH TON
OF EARTH. ...
StVLRAL HAVE NARROW. ESCAPES
Fees Work Day and Night In Effort
To Rteovor Two Bodlss In.
jurod Not Expoottd
A Mi" result of a landslide on the
Mcunt Hood Hallway and power Com
pany Hnn four men war killed and
(our other ara believed lo have been
fatallv Injured. The Undallda oc
curred im the Sandy River, about 30
Dtllra from Oregon City trday
giorilltlK. ' -
A (onu of men worked all of yea
lrdy and Inet night In an effort to
Dnd two bodies (hat wer entombed.
Th Injured men were taken In an
automobile to the Good Samaritan
llooplial In Portland.
The ud are:
I. Hunt. William Btranley, Kd Tog-inM-n.
The hod lea of Toganaen and Parrlah
arr et III missing.
The Injured are:
Mutt otto. R. J. Ryan, A. Jarkson,
E. J. Murphy.
All four frt Injured Internally and
nay not recover.
Tm or 12 men were In tha path ol
Ike avalanche and had narrow escape.
Eimianr Ryan, a brother of R. J
Ryan, who waa hurt, waa carried over
ib hill and to tba adg of the river, j
but waa not Durt. A man who' waa
ftniiloyt-d on tba crane of the ahovel
clung to the machinery on tha way
down the embankment and dropped
(id hMi ha reached the baae, landing
In ficnt of a ma tf earth.
Hunt pvteraon, tha foreman, aaw
the machinery, men and hillside
ilt away 'In front of him. Tha
earth broke lon directly under hla
feet, but tore away right before him,
Mowing him to ataffd at tba edge of
tn ho'e that It leftr '
' WEATHER FORECAST.
4 Jt..n City Rain. HUh
. Mithwcaterlv wlnda.
' 4 I a 4avt
FRIENDS IN THIS CITY
Mrs. P. W. OREENMAN RECEIVES
WORO OF DEATH OF HER
Mm. p. V. Greenman. of thla city,
nicied word from her brother, Ar
thur llolden, of Iiiyidon, Wedneaday,
.ihiit hla wife had died of ptomaine
poikuning at that place on Thuraday,
nd the funeral aervlcea were. held on
Similar, tba interment being inada at
brr old home at Trail, Oregon, where
th (tocpaaed'a mother, and alater re
!!. Mr a. llolden had been 111 for
two tnontha, but her death waa a
re hock to tha buaband and otBer
relntlvea, aa her recovery had been
otP'Tted. ' '
Mra. llolden waa about SO yeara of
ko, and waa a highly aateemed young
woman. She vlalted on aeveral occa
Ions with Mr. Holden'a relatlvea In
thl city and made many friends while
h're. Mr. and Mra. Holderf' for aoraa
lime reulded at Sell wood before go
Ins to Randon. Mra. Holdan leaves
btilde her huaband, one alater and
hnr mother, the latter two of whom re
Me at Trail. There ara no children.
The funeral aervlcea were largely at
tended. Juat pllea of atrawat You'va auraly
decided on tha kind of "atraw" you
want thla aummer, Perhaps It'a a
aallorT Or a aoft roll atraw that la
mi.... . . m I ... JiftitlUa"
ju me laieaxr
Mllann ara ' the principal NBtrawa
11.50 to 14-00 " . ; r .'
3 KILLED; 4
Q , .1
THE ONE WE. HAVE
i q Tel low who on
ly hrti to remember
one (liln . A Pes-
lllilwt ll tl fallow wfio
luis hrtrl tlfdllnrf
Willi tl SDCCiUUsT.
No.Wc duityiv Coupon
BEUUII VIAU CHARGED
WITH CRUELTY IN SUIT
WIFE, SEEKINQ DIVORCE. SAYS
FORMER OREGON CITY
MAN LEFT HER .
Kmiiy VUu h flltnl a ault for di
voice aKaltiHt lli liinl Vlau, to whom
Mho waa nmrrltd In OaKUnd, Cat., on
8epfmtier 4, 1910. Mra. Vlau allegna
he haa been treated In a cruel and
Inhuman manner by her huaband;
that he uaed violent and abuaive lan
guage, and failed to aupport her. 8he
allegea that about December 24, 191.
he became intoxicated and waa arrest
ed, and ahe waa obliged to arrange
for hla releaae on ball. 8014 after,
ahe aaya, he commenced hla abuae to
wunl her. and on February 10, 1911,
he commenced drinking again and be
finally diverted her and haa failed to
aupport her. She waa obliged to acek
relief from friends.
Mra. Vlau aaya ahe haa been an af
fectionate wife. Vlau waa formerly a
resident of thla city, and attended the
Oregon City echoola when a boy, and
la remembered by many here. His
father waa In the ahoe repairing bust
neaa In thla city.
27 LOCAL FIREMEN
GO ON EXEMPT ROLL
SEVERAL HAVE SERVED LONGER
THAN SEVEN YEARS,
The Board of Fire Commissioners
t a meeting Wednesday night passed
favorably upon the application or
tvonty-aavf-n firemen for exempt car
tMcot'c. All the men have aervad
wen yenrs. which Is . necessary be
fore certificate can be awarded, and
aeveral have served a much longer
time. Tba men are now relieved of
1n-v duty, poll tax, etc. Following Is
a list of thoae whose applications were
psHsed upon favorably:
Cataract a Clint Dock, Noble
Charles, Milton Price and II. A.
No. 3 H. Saundera, Arthur L.
Williams and David C. Williams.
Columbia Hook and Ladder Compa
ny P. P. Freye, William Mefxger, W.
R. nurns, Msg rtollack, O. B. Potter,
K. J. Noble, Del Hart and P. P. Young-
er. ' ' ' 1
Fountains Clarence Oaborne, Law
rence Ruconlch, Fred Charlea Frense,
Roy A. Woodward, William Peters,
Chnrlea Cbarles, Albert C. Cot.
No. 6 M D. Chspman, Charlea Haiv
nerford, T. X Myers, J.: A.. Roake Snd
W. Q. Hall. y, .
' HUSBAND SUES FOR CHILD
Arthur D. Halllday Alao Seaka Divorce
From Gertrude M. nauiaay
Arthur D. Halllday la tha plaintiff
In a divorce suit, and the defendant
Is Gertrude M. Halllday. They ware
married at Eureka, Cal.. on August
12. 1Mrt. Tbara la ona child, HarSld
HpMMtV.'buSd twojind oae-half yeara.
In- the -complaint .Halllday alleges
?C6TmQJjnLftSiiQK7 TALE. OF EVA .THE. SIBERIAN HOBBLE HOUND PUP
lPETRATEDB Ac DOUGALL :
THE RETURN OF SHERLOCK HOLMES. .
We stood oulnlde of tie door. Holme tal fbMlWi
Inkiltuncilxnsit nrvl aftt r
Kin lie re tuinwd Juncg vdm mm a u.i t I J., ,ili
nil .S has Iwd dsll. ma twice this
m law cuJuis a Corre!Didic ScKaoI in
. II 4 I .
ouTnitiyiiam una has a luxe comuid uue on Ituesddy.ne
a i a am.
cf rnrkl "
Xu-rtiomeikWtivef Bul doiJt I smell smoke
ic3;rrpica notmes: ui closer exdtntruulon I perceive
DieKoHsctoL' on fire frwn cellar to pvirrtt We
Into Ihls.WiUon ' Kindly mil a haiisom dad
kf will notify the fire dppartmenf .There's wystrrybere.
This fire started lutlie ice tax on tKe roof "
The 5ecm of Holmes great penttrationt3nowtolved.lt
hasLtcn discovenrd that lie always ld a confederate
I In 9 man s name Is now known,
that hla wife Is an unfit person - to
have custody of the child. She haa
supported and cared for him ever
since the desertion of tha plaintiff by
Mra. Halllday. He anya ahe haa been
guilty of desertion for more than s
year. He aaka through hla attorney,
George C. Brownell, a decree dissolv
ing the bonds of matrimony and that
be may be awarded tha custody of the
little child, Harold Halllday.
R. H. Trulllnger Wads.
R. II. Trulllnger, uener Delivery
Clerk of the Oregon City postofflw
and Mlna peart McCuhbln, of Logan,
were married Wedneaday evening at
the Rapt 1st psraonflge by JRav. Hay
wctfth. , The young couple will go to
housekeeping lu a home on the Weal
EIGHTH GRADE PUPILS
QUESTIONS FOR ADMISSION TO
HIGH 8CH00L UNUSUALLY
Superintendent Gary, who with aev
eral teachera, la examining the papers
of the children who took the examina
tion for the high achoola recently, de
clared yesterday that there would
probably be mora failures than ever
before in Grammar and Civil Govern
ment. The questions, which were sub
mitted by State Superintendent Alder
man, are said to be tha moat difficult
ever aent to Clackamas County.
Tha result of tha present examina
tion doea not mean, however, that the
children who fall In these subjects
now will not be promoted from the
Eighth grade to the High School.
Those who fall In only two subjects
will be given another examination In
June, and In the meantime they will
have plenty -of opportunity to prepare
themselves. It will take all the rest
of the week for the superintendent
and teachers to finish examining the
papers. More than 300 puptia took
the examination. . ,
PARTY ATTENDS ENCAMPMENT
Local Membera I.' O. O. F. Sea Exar
claoa In Portland.
About 25 membera of the Order of
the I. O. O. F. of thla elty and of
Gladstone attended the grand en
campment of the I. O. O. F. held at
the Masonic Hall, corner Weat Park
and Yamhill Streets, Portland. They
witnessed the contest between the
First Degree teama of Orient Lodge,
No. 17, and Woodlawn Lodge, No. 171.
for tha Btaplea Bllver Cup, which haa
been held by the Orient Lodge. There
were about 3000 membera from all
parta of tha atate In attendance, aud
thoa attending aay It waa a moat Im
O. P. Miller, formerly of thla city
Nititiow of Portland, haa been elected
grand chief patriarch of the' Grand
Encampment No. 4, and 8. S. Walker,
or thla city, who waa In attendance on
Tuesday, waa elected grand outer sen
tinel of tha grand encampment Both
or these men are prominent members
of the Oregon City I. O. O. F.
The delegates to the Rnhekah As
sembly ara Mra. J. L. Waldron, Mra.
8. 8. Walker and Mra. E. W. Scott;
to the I. O. O. F. Assembly are E. W.
BcoU aBdfJohn lyjfr,,.... W-jvV
Read tha Morning Enterprise.
WHY u it that it is
akvayd tlie tndn wit K
hands like Kama who
has to hook up his wtCesl
dress " nousc and lot
fjUnsn for Correct Answer
AN OLD TIME FOURTH
ORATION, SACK RACES AND BASE
BALL GAMES WILL BE
Arrangementa ' were virtually com
pleted Wednesday by the Willamette
Valley Chautauqua Assembly for me
Chautauqua to be given at Gladstone,
beginning on July 4 and lasting
I?J,"B. .. " IT," k7..
a. - I w o
The assembly oe-
ClUt-U 11 Ml Mil u,u laailiuu m.wi.i".
of the Fourth. There will be acK
races, climbing or a greased pole, ora
tlons, etc. It la also the Intention to
have two ball games on that day. The
teachera of the Clackamas County
achoola will probably issue a challenge
to the lawyers of the county, and there
I no doubt about the lawyer accept
ing, for bt-sidca the young blood, there
ar a number or lawyer in the county
who played ball In the old daya. and
tlW know how to play the game.
The Athletic Committee or the aa
aembly will prepare schedule of gamea
to be played In a few daya. It la the
Intention to have a game each day,
.and five teama will play each other
four times. The winner will be awara
ed a Drlze.
Superintendent of County Schools
Gary, who la aecretary of tha assem
bly, haa arranged to have Ex-Governor
Yates, of Illinois, deliver tna rourm
of July oration. Gabriel R. McGutre,
the noted lecturer of Cleveland, will
lecture diSing tha Chautauqua on,
"With An Irishman Through Darkest
Manv other fcaturea also will ben
provided for the Chautauqua and the
Indications are mat it win oe tne mom
successful ever held. The big audi
torium at Gladstone haa been engaged
for the occasion. J. E. Hedge, C.
8chuetel and O. D. Eby compose the
RAILING ORDERED FOR
MOLALLA AVENUE FILL
COUNCIL WILL WATCH SALOONS
TO SEE THAT NEW FRONTS
CONFORM TO LAW
The Oregon City Council, at a ape
clnl meeting Wednesday night, order
ed atralllng erected on both aldea of
a nilVin Molalla Avenue. Several ve
hicle have run off the road at the fill
within s year and It la regarded as a
dangerous place. The council alRO
considered the application to transfer
the Hub saloon license from Fred
Cooper to W. A. Dougherty and J. .
Klrby. 8everal ordlnancea providing
ror street repalra were read ror the
The council also took up the matter
or glass rronta for aaloons which were
ordered by. an ordinance recently
pasaed. It waa decided . that the
changes, which aome or the aaloona
have already begun to make, be
...init in order that tha rronta shall
conform to the provisions of tha ordi
nance.' ,. ! ' '
Patronts our advertisers.
EBY TELLS PUPILS
HISTORY OF PUBLIC EDUCATION
TRACED BY LAWYER IN
SOURCES OF SUPPORT ARE GIVEN
6peaker Pointe Out Relation
Schoofa to Government and
How They Aid the
Tba object of the public schools,
their relation to society and govern
ment, and their blatory waa the key
note cf an address delivered Wednes
day morning before the pupils of the
Oregon City High school by O. D. Eby.
Mr. Eby'a addreaa waa an Interesting
and comprehensive one, and waa con
sidered one of the beat of the aeries
arranged by Superintendent of City
Schools Tooze. Fifteen or aixteen oth
er prominent men, among them Gover
nor Weat, have addreaaed the High
Mr. Eby began bis speech by de
Bcrtbirg the establishment of the first
public school, which waa in Masea-
chusetts, n the United States. The
benefits were found to bo so valuable
that Connecticut and Vermont soon
followed Massachuaetts by establish
ing schools. It waa not long until the
other states emulsted the example,
and the great public educational fab
ric began wielding Ita Influence. -
In the early daya of the public
schools, Mr. Eby aaid. only the boya
were allowed to attend. It waa ncA
thought necessary then for the girls
to have "educations. Even the boys
who were fortunate enough to obtain
what would now be considered a poor
education, were envied.
The apeaker showed the growth of
the schools and finally the recognl
tion of tbem by Congress, which grant
ed landa to the various statea to as
sist In providing funds for the achoola
Oregon. waa awarded sections 16 and
3G In each township. The landa were
sold, the money obtained for them was
put out at .Interest, which waa applied
to the schaol fund. This, Mr. Eby
said. Is the first source from which
school revenue waa oMalned. The sec
ond Is the tax levied by tha districts.
In this district, Mr. Eby told the pup
ils, about 124.000 had been spent on
the schools the past year. Of thia
amount 12.500 came from the atate
school fund; $8,000 from the county
levy and $13,500 from the special tax
levy In the district.
Mr. Eby compared the achoola of
the l'nt'ed States with those of Italy,
The schoola here are fsr superior to
those of Italy and he pointed out aa a
natural result the superior citizenship.
The lower the school standard, he
declared, the lower the citizenship,
and because of the inferior citizen
.ship of Italy the people of thla conn
try are objecting to Immigration from
that country. He also declared tt.at
an Out growth of the splendid, educa
tional ayatera of thla country waa the
1 Inventive trend of the American mind.
- r , . ori allmiilalAI tha In.
ventlvn facultlea and aa a result citi
zens or the United Statea have pro
duced the telephone, . the telegraph,
phonograph, aeroplane, etc.
SALOON MAN'S TRIAL
TO BE HELD FRIDAY
MAYOR SAYS LICENSE SHOULD
BE REVOKED IF KERRICK
IS CONVICTED. .
The trial of Joseph Kerrlck, proprie
tor of the Log Cabin saloon on Main
street, was postponed Wednesday by
City Recorder Stlpp until Friday.
Kerrlck la charged .with keeping dis
orderly place. Two women, thought
to live In Portland, were arrested in
a room above the saloon Saturday
night and forfeited their bonds of $20
each. Mayor Brownell, who la taking
lve Interest In th prosecution In
speaking of the. case said:
"It haa been called to my attention
that the proprietor of the saloon
kuown aa the Log Cabin saloon. In
Oregon City, haa been permitting his
place to be used by women of ques
tionable repute and reputation. . The
City Attorney haa filed a complaint
and a warrant baa been Issued and
this man will be tried, and an ex
ample will be made or him aa well aa
all othera. ir round guilty or these
acts. I warned the saloon men at the
time I was elected Mayor, that there
were three thlnga that I weuid not
permit to take place in thla town
while I waa Mayor.
. "1.- That no gambling should be
permitted in any saloon.
"2. That women should not be per.
mltted to meet men or otherwlae In
"3. That minora ahould be kept out
"And ayone violating th ordinances
In either of these cases should be and
would be prosecuted to the full ex
tent of the law. and I dealr to call
the councils attention to thesa racts.
that ir the proprietor or th Log Cabin
saloon la convicted, or anyone els Is
convicted for the violation of said 01
dl nances, that their licenses should
be taken away from them. I do not
wish to prejudge any man or his case,
but I shall Insist that any man found
guilty of a violation or tha city or
dlnancea. that hla license shall be tak
en away from him and that he will be
put out of business aa far a thl city
la concerned." .
r l r
.1 'YownfTeopla Arrange Dano. r 1
Tk, SL.John a Young People f the
Catholic church met at the McLough-
WHAT SCHOOLS DO
lio ball on Tueaday evening, and ar
ranged for tha dance to b given at
tha Buech hall on Monday evening,
June 5. Tha affair will be by Invita
tion. Other bualneaa waa transacted.
ACCIDENT VICTIM ENTERTAINED
Oregon City Friends Surprise Harry
Harry Williams, formerly a resident
of this city but now of Portland, and
who Is recovering from a sever acci
dent, waa taken by surprise at tha
family borne In Portland at Twenty-
third and Roosevelt Streela on Tuea
day evening, when a number of bla
scboolmatee from thia city went to
town on the 7 o'clock car to remind
him of bla birthday anniversary. Many
of tha young man's frienda of Port-
lend were alao In attendance, and a
most enjoyable time, waa had. The
affair waa planned by bla mother,
Mra. Ell Williams, and the house waa
prettily decorated with cut flowers
snd ferns. A luncheon waa aerved af
ter music and gamea were indulged in.
Those going from thl elty were
Miss Hazel France. Miss Vada El
liott, Miss Mabel Frances, Miss Edith
Alldredge. Miss Anna Alldredge, Miss
Bertha Prtebe, Miss Maude Moran,
Murll Elliott, Joseph Gerber and Wil
OREGON CITY LAWYER JOINS
NEW JERSEY GOVERNOR
W. S. U'Ren left yesterday morning
for .Ashland where he Joined Govern
or Wood row Wilson, of New Jersey,
to accompany tha distinguished visit
or to Portland. . Mr. U'Ren will be
th Governor Wilson much of the
time while ne is In Portland, and will
Introduce the distinguished guest at
the luncheon to be given at the Port
land Young Men a Christian Associa
Since Governor Wilson became con
verted to the Oregon system of gov-
eminent, he and Mr. U'Ren have been
close friends. The Governor is
known to have a high regard for th
Oregon City lawyer, who la virtually
the father of the Oregon system. The
following la an outline of the recep
tion to be given Governor Wilson in
Thursday 7:30 a. m., arrive at
union depot; escorted by committee
to Hotel Portland. 7 p. m., formal
banquet Commercial club; President
Harvey Beckwtth, toaatmaster. 8:30
p: m.. Informal reception at Portland
Friday 12: OS p. m., luncheon by
"Oregon Advocate of Better Govern'
ment," In Y. M. C. A. auditorium. (
p. m.. dinner by University club and
Princeton alumni. S p. m., masa meet
lng in Armory, admission free, - Ben
Selling presiding. 11:15 p. m., depart
TO GIVE UP PRISONER
MORE CHARGES MADE AGAIN8T
J. J. NALLY, WANTED IN
Deputy Sheriff Frost, who went to
Portland Wednesday ror J. J. Nally, a
salesman, wanted at Estacada on
charge ot obtaining money under false
pretenses, returned without the pri
soner. Although Nally waa arrested
by the Portland police at tha request
of Justice or the Peace 8amson, who
telephoned to- the Portland authorities
Tuesday night to - make the arrest,
tbey refused to give him up.
Just before the deputy sheriff ar
rived at the police station aeveral per
sons In Portland made complaint that
Nally had passed worthless checks on
them, and the Portland authorities
decided that Jurisdiction waa In Mult
nomah county. In case he Is not con
victed there, Nallly will be brought to
this city ror trial ' on the Estacada
The' Estacada Mercantile Company
allege that on May S it cashed a
check drawn on the Portland Trust
Company or Nally. When It was pre
sented at the trust company to be
cashed it waa round that Nally had no
money on deposit there. A complaint
waa made Tueaday night and about
midnight Justice or the Peace 8am son
telephoned to the Portland police to
make the arrest.
It la charged that Nally haa drawn
checks on several Portland banks and
trust companies In which, he had no
deposit He la also accused or having
drawn checks on banks whera be for
merly had ' money on - deposit, and
! when complaint waa made, deposited
enough money to meet the checks.
Dancing Party planned.
Milton Price will give on of hla en
joyable dancing partlea at (he Busrh
hall on Saturday night, May 30. The
Farmer orchestra will furnish the mu
sic. . N ' '
! ' V ANTED! !
; to 120 Acre Farms
J' Wc have serersl buyers waiting and many coning.
II your place is for sale and the price right coins and
see us' at once.-' .-,
, .1 -.,'
Pacfffo M-S& , Horn A-ui.
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HARRINGTON PICKED UP,
WHEN THREATENED. BY
HAM AT OAh GROVE.
FCIER IS CHARGED WITH ASOT
Troubl Thought to Be Outcome . of
Recent Discharge of Superintend
ant Harrla For Dlsobaylng
"- ' , " , ' - V
Edward Harrington, road foreman
In the Oak Grove District, will be tried
Friday on a charge of using abusive
language and assaulting with s dan
geroua weapon Justice of tha Peace
Bigham. The trial waa aet for Wed
nesday but waa postponed at the re
quest of tha attorneys. The alterca
tion that resulted In tha warrant be
ing Issued ror Mr. Harrington occurred
last Saturday. Alter finishing toad
In Oak Grove Justice of tba Peace
Bigham ordered Mr. Harrington to All
a ditch on the aid of the thorough
fare. Thla the foreman refused to do
declaring that the ditch waa necessary
for proper drainage. The Justice ol
the neaca la then aaid to hare threat
ened the foreman, whereupon the Ut
ter picked up a rock and prepared to
defend himself. He made no attack
upon Bigham, aa Is charged In the
The constable who waa given the
warrant first aerved It upon Josepp
Harrington, of Multnomah County, but
the latter had no trouble in proving
that he waa not the man wanted when
taken before the Justice of the peace
at Milwaukle. The trouble la believed
to have resulted from th recent ac- -tion
of the County Court in dismissing
Road Superintendent Harris, of the
Oak Grove District.
Mr. Harris, after tha appointment
of Mr. Jaggar Road Master of Clacka
mas County, did not construct roads
according to instructions, and ; Mr.
Harrington waa appointed to aucSeed
bim. Mr. Harris Instated upon, paring
the entire width of the streets of Oak
Grove, although tha law provide that
the width of tha pavement shall be
the same aa all county, roads.
Ex-County Judge Dtmlck. before bla
term, of office expired, declared that
at least one-third of the road fund waa
wasted under the old method of bar- -
lng supervisor in the varloua dis
tricts. As a result of thla charge Mr.
Jaggar waa given supervision over the
building of all the roads in the coun
ty. ELEVEN KG GAI'.E
IS WON BY BEAVERS
. , '
McCREDIE'S BOYS MAKE THIR
TEEN HITS TO FOUR BY
PORTLAND. Or, May 17. (8pe
clal.) Extra Inning gamea are becom
ing tba. regular order with Portland .
and Sacramento. They played a thir
teen inning tie game Tueaday and to- ,
sy the same teams came back with
an eleven Inning game, Portland win
ning out by a score of 7 to 3. Mc
Credie'e boys should have won, for .
they made thirteen hits to the Sena
tor's four. Tha Beaver made four
in the eleventh and the game waa
All gamea In the Northwestern
League were called off1 on account of
Pacific Coast League Portland 7,
Sacramento 3 (11 Innings); Oakland
2. San Francisco 1; Loa Angelea 3,
Northweatern League rAll ,' gamea
postponed because of rain. .
National League Philadelphia 4,
Cincinnati 3; Brooklyn 1, Chicago 0:
St. Louta 3, New York 1; Pttteburg 7,
Boston 6. ' ' " ' "
San Francisco .......... .26
Vernon ....... v. ...... ...22
Lo' Angelea . .19
Seattle . ; ,
Read the Mornfng Cnterprlaa.
Near Uregon iry ;
ell Main tx. Or; 3m c.