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iMbwrlpt"" r th. Morning
. riM will be received for
K "if- '"
Th only dally newspaper -
tween Portland and Salem; air e)
lata In every (action of Cleka
mas County, with a population of
30,000. Ara you an advertiser?
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED ISOO.
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
.SATURDAY, MAY 20," 1911.
Peb WeekIO Cents
CAN NEVER SUPPLANT
BIS SIM EXIST ,H THIS SM
Ni J"' Governor Advoeataa Com.
minion Frm of Gov
Cltlaa. . '
manner Id which the children ae
quitted themselves. Addresses were
mado by I). K. Hill, commander of tha
I'oal, II. H. Clyde, adjutant and J. L,
Mating. Other who attended were
i. I. Mnttox, Danlul Williams and O.
A. Cheney. Tho Relief Corps repre
sentative wrr Mm N. M. Alldredge,
Mrs. A Msltox. Mm. Pauline Schwartz
nd Mr. MInuli. Donovan. After the
Bili'rviMM-a by the veterans tlia children
rendered lti following urogram:
"My Own I'nlled Slates '( horn. I
Aiidressrirare Hnooka 'II.
"Robin , Uc.a llrnaal" Third and
Dlrg (or a Soldier Kd. Hheaaan.
"Hrara and Strlpes'Vem Cross, IhIii
(Hbaon, Maxltiu Telford, violin; Hoh
Muck's ri-keta" Jmtien iiornowelx. '
I'lenentalloii of lloqnoia Minima.
Addresses Members of Grand Army
of tho Republic and Ladles of ihe
Tbtt reception at (ha Went Hide
school waa aa enthusiastic, ai that
41 tho MrLoughlln Inatltuta and' tha
liroKram tendered by tha pupil waa
IhorouKhly enjoyed. Tho veterans will
vlatt tho llarclny and East ham schools
next Wednesday and Gladstone and
Parkplaco. on Tburaday.
PORTLAND. Or., May 1 (Spec
ul,Woodrow Wllaon, In an addwo
thr Armory l-nlght declared that
t,, fund lone of tho Legislature would
,,,., he-supplanted by tho Initiative
Md r- fcrendum. II Indoraed a ahort
i .Miit ho favored a com m la
in form of government for cities.. '-- g-ncrsl order relieving Goo-
The Armory waa crowded to overflow-
OUSTS NAVAL MILITIA OFFICERS.
PORTLAND, Or.. May 10 (Spoo
ls and (iovernor Wiioone aaaroao
m ai pUndml throughout. Of the In
Illative and referendum he aald In
The object of tho Initiative and
niferentluni. aa I lake It, la not to con
aurt the aWalra of your government.
II I not to aupplant your Logielature,
u I vl'w It. In adopting the Initiative
iod referendum you did nothing new.
It way i,e that I am trampling upon
rterUhrd Ideaa. out .here In Oregon,
jH it tit a fart that It la one of our
okleit forma of government nd waa
aied hy (he early King of England
It thetr rontact with the people. I e
ptct thnt you will atlll uae the legle
Jiture h your ayatem of leglalatlon.
Tbt h-jhoii you adopted the Initiative
in berMtme you lot contact with
ynar U nlalatur. - The Initiative and
rrfretiilum la Ihe ctraordlnary moana
to iwure the contact You do not ln
tend make n Initiative and rfr
ted'im j our leglalatlve body. I have
kurl hince I have come to Oregon
ibt onie f your clo.a hnve "beUl
ap" th,. itiltlatlve and referendum end
eih-r. hnvo 'loeded H down.'
"Aod while you have adopted thla
dv nu iliod of Wglalallon, do not eon
wle vourKelvoo wltb tho Idea that
rou have corrected your evlla. If I
im rihtly Informed, your lg1alatwo
Ua not Improved to any marked do-
in Id li oontl Wits the p.0io.
Toil have mad tio progreaa. for to
mV, thla movement a aucceaa you
. bmi p.irlfy your logUlative aaaembly,
nd mke It reaoonalve. The Initiative
ud referendum may bar mad the
H. Hhepherd, captain; John McNulty.
commander, and John V. Btaln, lieu-tenant-coinmandur,
of tltelr lutlea a
offlcera of the Oregon Naval Reoerve
hHg been Uaued by AdJutant-CeneraJ
Klnner. Another order from the Adju-tunt-Oeneral
placea Jacob Hpeler, who
held the rank of lieutenant-commander
and,, waa executive officer of the
llenei'vu until he roaigned about a
month ago berauae of trouble among
the offlcera In which he did not wlah
to become Involved, In temporary com
mand of the organization.
(ieuerul (Inzer laaued a aecond or
der dlacharglng all the offlcera of the
Keat-rve and commanding that reor
ganization be effected. Thla waa fol
lowed by a third order, aent out Im
mediately after the Bute law or
ganUlng the Oregon Naval Reserve
lecame effective, reappointing all the
offlcera with Ihe exception of Shep
herd, McNulty and Wain.
WHOA I ,
0 ! OH4 t0- wT-OSV
TO NEW RAILROAD
TyVENTy-FOUR OF TWENTY-FIVE
AT MULINO MEETING
BEAVER CREEK MENALSO SUBSCRIBE!
Enthuaiaam at Both Placoa Intcnao
and Raaldenta Are Eager
To Aaaiat Great
ONE NIGHT OF FETE
SET APART FOR FUN
MASKEO REVELRY TO PREVAIL
AT PORTLAND ROSE
CHARGE AGAINST ROAD
HARRINGTON PROVES THAT HE
DID NOT ATTACK JUSTICE
0 AC. MAN THIS HOW
TO KILL GARDEN PESTS
BULLETIN" ON SPRAYS TO SAVE
VEGETABLES ANO FLOWERS
,to be issukd
Edward HarrinKton, road foreman
In - the Oak Grove DlHtrlct, waa ac
quitted Frldaj In Juxtlce of the Peace
Kelao'a Court at Mllwaukie, 01
charge of having asaulted Justice of
the Peace rURbam, of Oak orove.
The evidence waa all In Harrlngton a
favor and showed that he did not at
lark Mr. Hicham.
The altercation which resulted In
a warrant being lsaued for Mr. Har
rinKton occurred last Saturday. The
foreman had juat finished a road In
Oak Gtove when Justice of the Peace
PORTLAND, Or.. May 19. (Spec
ial.) Masked revelry will prevail at
tho coming Portland Rose Festival.
At least one nignt will be given over
to fun and frolic In which masked
merry makers may disport to their
Sectlona of Sixth and Seventh
Street a will be set apart for then
featlvltlea and at alternate street In
tersectlona banda will be stationed to
add to the attractiveness of tho oc-
-1 . . .iii v. ...uaI .I n
decorated and Illuminated so that Dtahm appeared on the scene and attended the meetlnga at Multno ana
with the gaily dressed masqueraders, dvmanded tnat a attcn at tno aiae
That the money necessary for the
completion and operation of i-ue
Clackamaa Southern Railway, wuicu
will penetrate the rich Moiaua vaney
will aoon be raised, waa provea Dy
the enthusiasm and desire to sud
arlbe for atotk of persona who at
tended two monster meetings Friday.
The first meeting waa held at Mullno.
and of the twenty-five persons wno
attended, twenty-four aubacribed for
tne.k In the railroad.- ana it ia do-
;;ved that the twentyflfth will event
jally emulate tho example set Dy me
At a meeting held at Beaver creen
In the evening there waa the same
denlre among those In attendance to
be among the stockholders. 1 ne peo
ni. ltvtnv alnns the line of the rail
road are dally becoming more nu
Interested In the enterprise, now
that there la no queatlon about the
road being built and put into opera
tion In the near future. Peraona not
rtirecilv interested are also looking
Into the enterprise, ana not one as
been found but declared that tne op
portunity for Investment waa an un
TV,- fe that tho nromoiera aro
known ministers on the Pacific
Coast, and la paator of one of the most
Influential Methodle: churches In Ore
gon. The picture will be thrown on
the canvas by a powerful etereoptlcon.
and are exceptionally clear and One.
Dr. Young will be adulated In the
evnnidg's entertainment by Mlas
Kathleen Harrison lu a solo, and' by
Miss Valva Dickinson of the Gillespie
School of Expression In a humorous
recitation. The Ladles' Aid Society
of the Methodist Church will furnish
lunch and rerreshmenta. Those who
attend will no doubt enjoy a pleaaant
evening. The proceeds will be used
to purchase new song books for uae
In the Sunday achoot, Epworth League
and Sunday evening service.
Oregon City Fair and warmer; 4-
Oregon Fair and 'warmer;
t northwesterly winds.
S Towns To Have Encampment.
FOREST GROVE, Or., May
(Special.) The Washington County
Veteran Association has decided to
meet In Hillsboro In 1911. In Cornelius
In 1912 and In Forest Grove In 1913.
giving their time and money, without
n remuneration wnaiever. nas at
tracted a great deal of attention and
r..nhi mmmnt. Manv residents
of Portland have bought Block and
others have declared their Intention
of doing so.' One man who has been
Interested In several railroads declar-
od Thursday that the Clackamas
Southern offered the beat pportunity
r,, investment that he had, ever
Messrs. Orant B. Dlmlck, F. M
s-ift. n. D. Ebv and W. A. Shew man
OUEUON AGRICULTURAL COL-
t vr.v. c'lirvsIlM Mav 19 Ways to
contrt l the common esta of the veg
etable and (lower garden are dtacrthed
In t new bulletin which Is In prepara
aifmbers of the Leglalature nervous, t,(J1 for mb,C-,,m by W. F. Wilson.
but n has not changed tneir cnarac- BIWBUnt entomologist at the Oregon
ta scene will resemble fairyland.
jfWcret and fraternal ordera of the
city are expected to take an Interest
In this feature of the Festival and
they will appear wearing the Inalgnia
of their lodges. One such organiza
tion promlaea to appear In trappings
of old feudal daya. Other societlea
will put on burlesque stunts or special
drills and dancea.
The public generally, however, may
Join In these exerclaea tdat win o
dedicated to Moraus, the presiding
deity of the mask, and to Comus, god
of revels. Women of the city may
appear In gay featal garb which la
one of the attractive features of floral
of the road, be filled. Thla Mr. Har- j
rlnglon refesed. do. declaring that
the ditch was necessary for proper
Blgham Is said to have threatened
Harrington, whereupon the latter
picked up a rock and prepared to de
fend himself. The trouble la believed
to have been Indirectly the result of
the recent action of the County Court
In dlsmlaalng Koad Superintendent
Harris of the Oak Grove District.
George C. Brownell defended Mr. Har
APRIL THIS YEAR IS
COLDEST ON RECORD
PEACHES HURT WORST BUT
CHERRIES AND OTHER
VETERANS AMD PUPILS
HAVE HAPPY MEETING
a A. R. MEN VISIT McLOUOHLIN
INSTITUTI AND WEST
Members of Meade Post, Grand
Armv of tha RenuhllC. and the M-
l Relief Corps on Friday vlalted
MclHiKhlln Institute and the Weat
8lde school. As on the day before
hen the Willamette and Canoman
"Destructive Insects aecure their
food either by eating
Orayaoe Business Growing
The demxnd for drays to attend to
the Increasing business or uregon
portions of City, has been so great of late that
- I ....... , AAA n nmmt
v.. .i .v.- ...I-., ih.r. I imams nn. "'" -
pianta. or or iu. won, .0 their aervlc. Theae wag
from,- aays Mr. Wllaon. Tie nrsi on n n ldvertiaement tor the city,
general group are controlled by food Tn,y were made to order and are of
. i i... th atmnarh. the nmsMlve design. Oregon City haa
second bt contact or external ineec-
The Internal Insecticides are dl
vlded Into two" groups which may be
termed the wet and dry spraya. C he
wet sprays consist of arsenical ap
nlled with water or lime-sulfur asa
About the only one In use at the
present tlifle Is arsenate oi ieau
.hLh when nroneriv maoo 'u
adulterated. Is efficient and does not
h.im th (n ait. aa paria green sonic-
time. doea. For ordinary use,
irhooiH mrm vtattad. tho veterans and I .um,,i. of araenaie of lead to fifty
ths Ixdles of the relief corps wer gBi0, of water Is effective. At times
tothuHlastlcally received by th teach- lt , nncesnaiy to nse five pounds ol
ri un.l nunlla Patrlotla SOnKI and innnuta' nf lead to fifty gallons Of
declamations wer given by the chll. Water aa aome insects do not readily
dren. and aeveral of th vlaltors mad ailCcumb to a small amount of the
Ihori addresses. I nolaon.
The exercises . at the WcLoughiin f . -n,. dry sprays are appnea in a
Institute, wer nnuauslly fine.- and powdered form, ana iu?
FitUcr Htllebrand and th. a -tor. per o. i . -ZZZIZ V n. Mann and Jordan V. Ban
.. . il. aaskafj it at w i aw a Avars ni niuin ua iiu w uci i w j w -
POST CARDS SENT TO
Aa PARTS OF WORLD
several dray companies and from
fifteen to twenty teama are continu
ally In use accomodating th trade.
COUNCIL SEAT IS WON
BY TOSSING DOLLAR
V. IAN BEATS J. D. MANN IN
NOVEL CONTEST IN
PORTLAND. Or.. May 19. (Spec
ial! Deciding; who la to be council
tnan by tossing coins haa become a
r.. lied method in Portland poll-
ie. To that a little argument along
that line has Just been settled In thla
ADVERTISING SCHEME REVEALS
' " II t! I V H "VT III II mm a - "
" " - " . . I . t. a aa FrvP inn
of lead Paris green and arsenate oi baa an equai nomui
lead, when pure ..re lefric.ent .. man iln . Mrrt JUrd. .
any, ouno..B . """" -rr ,"m-'ii .nd citv Auditor
iraris Rieeu ir . , Hiir in th. air
. t n..iia bmuii Attn inn ia unuis itmrmir i uucu wsswm -
oinr. ri "" . ..i-i v-.j- .nrf h.irli won.
la an unadulterated '"".nn .sTn called
rlovsly bum the foliage.
To obviate On the next toss Mann again called
and Zan won. His
" '7. ". ...u i.. mi, with h.iri. and talla came up. AnoweT
'I r ?3 DO'llldS Of nir-aiHseo nun, lUU waa -
hnaVonn dt. t or wheat flour tor every name will accordingly be piaeea on
?r "l IV 'l .,u VrLon. This may the ballot. It Is understood that Mann
WUIIU "I " " . I . I 1 1 . nak WA OX wBWallinl
b applied with m dust wn or wm nm
on. ine iMsnio oy me.m - -on. Tft PLAY AURORA
sack. Hellebore, lira nowaereu iuiu rniv-s. -
and treeh, la valuable for poisoning
auch Insects aa injur amall fruits or
vea-etablea which are nearly ready lor
market and thus are too far adyanced
for poison to be desirable. It should
be dusted over them when they ar
wet with dew."
Wo had It all "framed up" with
tha mskera to aend out th real new
thin., m.n n vouna- men to ua
W told them our trad demanded
tyle as well aa fabric, and we got u
MEMBERS OF CAST piNE.
Youna People Entenaineo sy nr
nana' Memorial vommiwaa.
Tk. m.mhera of the cast of VI lick J
,..n-- hinh will bo presented I Price
y.e a. well a. . ShWly ownt boua. for th Thompson: pitchers, P. Long i. Bittir
iney ar "mBaierp.v - - - Firemens" Fund, wer sons; snorvstop. ""."-
, and tn. pu. bv-,urprlse on Thursday, bight base. N. Long; wcona D..e. y,
Dbsh, Minor; ion nem, diuhco,
field, Landers; left Hold, Smith.
Bvr.ltlno Baseball oamo scneauisa
Tha Price Brothers' baseball lehm
will go to Aurora on Sunday morning
wWa it will olay the Aurora team
n-ki. Honht will be on of th most
exciting gamea this aeason, as th
teams are evenly maicneu. i-e.a"-gntng
from this city will leave on the
9:15 train, and will be able to return
ir. .hi. i. k i.sn n. m.
The following la the lineup oi
Brothers' team: vaicnei,
M. J. Lawlle. aecretary of the Ore
gon City Commercial Club, said Fri
day that the pupils of the Oregon
City schools had an acquaintance cov
ering every state In the Union, Alas
ka, the Philippine laianas, ana vir
tually all civilized countries.
These statements were maae irom
the results of "Postal Card Day,"
which was a decided success from an
advertising standpoint With very
few exceptions, every one of the pu
pils of the schools mailed several
carda to friends In various parts of the
"Postal Card day" should be even
a greater success nexi year, i im
Commercial Club will probably have
special cards printed, and every one
should take the x- Interest that tne
teachers and pupils of the schools
did" this year.
Saloon Man To Be Tried Today.
The trial of Joseph Kerrlck, proprie
tor of the Log Cabin saloon, charged
with allowing two women to enter his
place, was postponed Friday until to
day. ROSES BACKWARD;
HAY POSTPONE SHOW
MEETING OF SOCIETY TODAY TO
COMPLETE PLAN'S FOR
Beaver Creek. Mr. Dlmlck explainer
to the men who assembled In the
nnnea Hall the wort that had been
done and tlie prospects or tne rono.
He was given rapt attention and wnen
nniHhed there waa a lively scram
ble among those present to subscribe
for stock. Tho following attended th
C. T. HowstiI, R. H. Long, N. H.
Darnall. Wslttr Waldorf. C. M. Dan
iels, Thomas Cordon, F. E. Church
111, Thomas . Flhh. Charles How
ard, B. A. Howard. R. H.
Snodgrass, Frank Manning. August
criivann Rimer KrtcKson. E.. J-
Foust, F .Churchill. W. W. Porter. W.
W. Holther. C. H. Porter. J. A. Ball,
J A. Davis. Archie J. Davis, J- Hols-
lensen. W. H. Seltier and J. L. Evans
Several of theae men had subscribed
before, but they declared that they
believed the Investment such a good
one they wanted more etock. The
work of grading will be begun at Mu
llno In about two weeks. It will take
the engineer about that long to put
In the new grade stakes.
The meeting st Beaver Creek was
just as enthusiastic as the one at
Mullno, and many subscriptions tor
,w.w wr received. Every resident
of that section baa an Interest in the
railroad and la doing an ne can ior n
nmmniinn tf there Is one antagonis
tic to the nroooaltlon he Is yet to be
heard from. The graaing ai r.a-.
Creek will start next week and the
work will be rapidly advanced
It Is the Intention of the manage
ment to build a modern railroad In all
respects. The fills are wiae ana ip
where roads are crossed
the railroad will be overhead. It Is
the desire to avoid as many grade
crossings as possible, ana nmre
cost Is not too great trestles will be
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL-'
LEGE. Corvallls, Or, May 19. (Spec
ial.) "Lasi month was the coldest
April on record." says W. L. Powers,
weather observer at the Oregon Agri
cultural College, In a report Just
The nearest approach to lt waa
In 1903. when the monthly mean tem-
nerature waa 1.2 degrees higher, i ne
mercury dropped below freezing nine
times during last month. In- previous
years It has not fallen below the freez
ing point more than three time. The
minimum. 25 degrees, Is 3 aegrees col
der than any In the paat 13 years.-
"At 6:30 p. m. on the 12th the dew
point, as determined by the west and
dry bulb readings, was 32 degrees,
and the hard freeze the morning of
the 13th was not unexpected. Frost
mar be exnected when the dew point
Is found to be within about S degrees
of freezing at 6:30 n. m. and the otner
eonditiona are favorable to frost
Seven degrees below freezing Is about
the extreme amount tnat migni do
combated bv smudges, but U is possi
hia that damage might have been pre
vented In some cases had smudges
"Peaches are reported to have ut
tered most, while cherrlea and other
fruits were Injured In certain locali
The total precipitation for the
month waa 3 Inchea, a departure from
th. normal of .15 Inches. The great
est rainfall In any 24 houra waa 1.05
inenaa The deficiency In the normal
rr in fa 1 1 for the vear to date is a.vi
Inchea. The snow which fell was me
onlv Anrll snow In the past 13 years
There were 13 clear aaya, c parciy
eiondv ii cloudv davs. and 9 days on
..... A laK
which the precipitation waa .i "i-".
whtia tha nrevalllna winds of tne
month were southwest.
The monthly mean temperature
was 46.5 degrees, a departure from
normal of 3.6 desrees. The highest
temoerature was 80 degrees, on April
S3, and the tho lowest, 25 degrees, on
the 13th. The , greatest dally range
mi. is decrees, on the 23rd. The
dates of heavy frost were April 2,
12, 13 and 14."
COUJiTY TO BURY
VICTIMS OF SLIDE
RAILWAY AND CONTRACTORS
AMAZE BY DECLINING TO
CARE FOR BODIES. "
ORDER IS ISSUED BY JUDGE BEAT1E
. . ,
Workmen Who. Lives Avalanche
Sniffs Out in a Twinkling
" Are Strangers And
The Mount Hood Railway ft Power
Company and the contractors who sre
building the Mount Hood line having
refused to bury the men wno wer
killed In the nig landslide at nun nun -
Thursday, the authorities of Clacka
maa county took charge of the Toaies .
on Friday. Two of them will b ,
buried In the cemetery at uresnam
today, and unless relatives of the third . '
man, whose body haa been recovered,
are heard from In a few days tbo
county will conduct, bis funeral and
burial also. The search for the fourth
man, Edward Torgaeon, who was en
tombed was continued Friday by a .
force of sixty men. ' -
When Corouer ox went to Bnll
Run Thursday to hold the inquest
he was given to understand that the'
company would have the bodies buried
unless relatives of the men - were
found. This has been the custom of
corporations -nd other business con
cerns. However, ur. snori. oi urea-
ham, telephoned to Coroner Fox Fri
day that Superintendent Packer, In
charge of the railroad work, had de
clined to take charge of tho bodies.
Coroner Fox - immediately notified
County Judge Beetle, who Issued ord
ers that the county bury the bodlea
at Oresham. One of the men Is said "
to have had several weeks' wages
coming to him, and the expense of his
burial will bo taken from this.
While there has been no disposition
on the part of the county officials
to criticise the company and contrac -
tors for not taking charge of the ood
les, there was no concealment of as
tonlshment at the announcement of ;..
the superintendent.. The men haa
only recently arrived at the camp.
were virtually friendless, ana it nas
not been charged that th accident in '
which their lives were so suaaeniy
snlffed out, was la any way due to j
negligence on their part. - r
MRS. TRUSCOTT GIVES
HELD FOR POST
SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES ARE
TO GET POSITIONS A$-4
wi tors' are.
Nn ' nlr.lt.ln.. tnnbs SS well tit the
I Bystenr at 115.00 to l30i0.
prove It. ' , . "
th. rahaarsai wnen ievr
Invited to the trans, wnerw
were given a spread, being the guests
.wl .nmmiiiM on the flremens
memorial fund. The young r people
X: IXi . Friday .Jtrnoon. wher. ther
Came to Oregon City to Wed..
Bertha Ernestine Pine and James
McKlllop. of Portland, came to tnia
li ' n l ". "12Z 7. t7 w.'r. r..d i m.m.g nc;i
a riri nri iiitiai'i"1' ""'"' -r .-.. .,n.
M.i Llk Others .
th tnd Mat
n..- . ii. ,, mnrrlsae ceremony was penorni-
Bwantd, no siao sou.-i v - - - Havworth. pastor
Theae attracted a erowu - .ri naDlIl,t Cnurch. Mr. McKlllop
Fans' ana win uw u""u r. . .r.im. salesman, with head
a MAaax V in niWrM lllltlgfaa " " 1 "
lar-ar viuwu a- e ; I -.rtar St Portland,
.v la alven.
The Rose Society will meet this
afternoon at the Commercial Clut to
complete arrangements for the annual
Clackamas County Rose Show. The
date of the festival, originally set for
Juno 3, wl probably be changed. Be
cause of the cold weather the roses
are unusually lat this year and the
members of the society bellev that
a better showing could be mode at a
... tt a new date Is decided
. I. nrnhahle that lt Will 00
II im it i v - .
,v iwll.nJ Roaa reStlVSl.
BLter '"a a v.
At the meetlnj this afternoon th
society will ajscuss the details of
tho parade to be given during the,
ahow. This will be the first parade
.niin with tha festival, and
every effort will be made to make i It
a BiieresB. It is pianneu i n
dren dreased in fancy cosiumea
some of th floats. 1 . '
DESIRE TO BE WITH CHILDREN
REASON ASSIGNED PLACE
GIVEN MISS MOORE.
nn..i.f Randall wilt, on next
Saturday, conduct an examination for
carrier-clerks. Five or six men have
lreadv made application 10 '
-v.minatlon and It Is exnected that
T . ,.a ai.J
awn nnt nna will ne jiivu
Is probable that a hall will be rented
In which to conduct the examination.
There Is no vacancy in me regu.a.
force of letter carriers at present, but
there will soon be need for a substi
tute carrier. Mr. Butts, of Parkplace.
recently resigned as uosuuue car
rier. The Oregon CMy poetofflce Is of
the second-class, and carriers make
from $G00 to llioo a year, cum,
to the length of service. The men
who are successful In the examination
will be in line for employment as
vacancies occur Among the subjects
Included in the examination are arith
metic, spelling and geography.,
OR. YOUNG TO LECTURE HERE.
Pastor Will Describe Wonders of Yal-
Dr. Benjamin Toung, pastor of the
Taylor Street . Methodist Church, of
Portland, will give an Illustrated lee.
turo on the "Worfders of Yellowstone
National Park." at the- Methodist
Church, this city, next Tuesday eve
ning. Dr. Youag Is on of th best
Miss Alma Moore naa been ap
pointed librarian of the Oregon. City
Library to succeed Mrs. E. Truscott
who has held the poaitlon since the
library waa organized about eighteen
months ago. Mrs. Truscott, who was
a most efficient and conscientious
librarian, resigned In order to give
more time to her children and attend
to other duties. In accepting her
resignation the Library Association
adopted resolutions complimenting
her work, and expressing its regret
over losing her services.
Tha lihrarv. which Is located In the
Mnannic building, was organized by
It the business and professional men of
nrn rttv. The beginning waa un
pretentious, but many persons have
taken an active Interest In the work,
and many volumes have been aonaiea.
it ia ronarallv conceded that Mrs,
Truscott is entitled to much of the
credit for the success or tne institu
SHORTAGE MADE GOOD
NALLY IS RELEASED
FRIENDS AID SALESMAN, WHO IS
' SUPPORT OF AGED .
Friends Friday came to th res- ;
cue of J. J. Nally, the Fortiana m
man, arrested on a charge oi ooiam
lng money under false pretence, and
the case against him was o'"'"'" ; v
by Justice of th Peace bbjusou.
. . J -v In 1 a4 CKa
Nay was arreaiea id rw w.uu -
Instance of the authorities here, on a
warrant charging him with having de
frauded a, mercantile house of hsta
cada. ' ' ' .
After his srrest several persons in
Portland alleged that Nally .. had
passed worthless checks on them, and
the authorities of Multnomah county
refused to turn over the prisoner to
Clackamas county. Friends, . how
uni to Nallv's asaistance, mak
ing good his alleged shortage. He is
said to be the only support of his
aged mother. Justice of the reac
Samson dismissed the case upon the
payment of the costs oy mu
friends. The Estacada mercantile
house was also reimbursed and Lar- .
sen ft Company of this city, who al
leged that they had cashed a worth- .
less check for Nally, were told that
he money would be returneu o mem.
PROTEST TO BE DECIDED. .
Executive Committee of School League
Meets Tonignx. .
Tha executive committee of the
Clackamas County 8chool League will
tonight decide the protest of Superin
tendent Tooze In regard to the debat
ing championship of th Hign tjonooia.
Superintendent Tooze contends that
H. M. James, principal oi iuo mj-
cada High School ana neaa oi mo
Debating League, used nia innuendo
to prevent the , Oregon . City j. Hign
School team from taking part la the
contest Mr. James asserts that Ore
gon City declined lo tak aavaniago
of an opportunity which was offered
to debate. x. '
' Justice to Sell Baskets. ' '
Justice of th Peace Sameon went
to Molalla today to conduct an auction
sale. H will go to Clark's tonight .
to sell baskets for the benefit of the
school. - , ;
Read the Morning Enterprise.
W ANTED! ;
5 to 20 Acre Farms Ne Oregon Otyli a
Wc havc several buyers waiting and many coming
If your place is for sale and tne price nsui wu..
see us at once. ;
W. F. SCHOOLEY Ct CO.
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