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Hfl PHCt PLAN
N(j ceOBOt RIFORTID TO
...wr mON OVER EMPEROR
EXAGGERATED ARMAKENTS TO EKD
MMt'iS ' Tw0 ul'rs Clears Way
For Adoption of Arbi
tration, It la Do- i
U)MMN. May 10? It la bolleved
R,r ih:ii I he Kalser'a vlalt to KlnaH
Coritx ni resulted In all probability,
Ib d I y II lwo num arc hi of
ibf uini'ni lmM.rlanco to tho arbltra
thin pr..j.- ( of tho Washington (lov
Alihonirh tho Inlenrlewo were re
ported ( be devoid of any bearing on
Itttrriiuiioiiul polltlcs.Jt la firmly be
Haved In well-informed london rlr
elm ili'ii the two monarcha assured
'own other of their Intention to do" all
la their jxiwrr to remove diplomatic
ebttu-lr interfering with Mr. Taft'a
K-hrra- fr practical eolation of the
emblem of exaggerated armament.
That the' near future will bring defi
nite nra of a proposal by Washing
too to lu-illn similar to Ibo propooala
ade to londoq and Pari a la confi
dently predicted. '
nrrllii. It la asserted, will bo prompt
to srrrpt Mr. Taft'a suggestion In
prlnrlflts with detail to bo adjuated
Uirr, and tho treatlea between -tho-j4
1'Dlted Hiatea and the throe principal
dirt of Kurope, when finally com
letrd. will prove tho baalo for on ut
limit AiiRUMiorman, treaty of ar
Mtratlmi of t acope far wider than
irtfevrio haa been conceived aa practi
cable. Onimny la the real objective, ao
rot dim to a high London authority,
of Mr,- Infra magnificent fualon of
theurt util practloa on behalf of mod'
Fifth Street Property Sold.
Th pn.imrty, located on Fifth, and
Monroe Mreela, which bao boon OO
tupled fur the poet 10 yearn by George
Tounc una family, haa beeii sold by K.
Ml'lhun to a Mrv Uwl,,.Ior $1400,
tho ll take pooaoaaloo next week.
Mr Young, will ocouoy the roaldence
WooKinK to Joeeph Lyuch. and re
welly tacaled by Hr- and Mra. J. R.
McCRCOIE'S MEN HIT HARD AND
ARE AIDED BY ERRORS
PORTLAND, Or., May 10. (Spec
ial. 1 Portland continued. Ita winning
Mreak today by trouncing 8acramento
ky a Moore of nine to three. Sacra
eoto Kot a atari with two to tho
ld In the third, but after having
"Je one In tbo fifth, the Beavera
took a liking to Hunt'a twlatera In the
WEATHEH FORECAST. 0
Oiegon City Sunday, fair and
wnrmer; northweaterly wlnda. .
Oregon Sunday, fair and
wnrmerj northweaterly wlnda.
We had It all "framed np" "Vlth
tbe makers to Bend out tho real "neW
thlnm for men and yotyig men to ua.
Wo told them our trade demanded
trie at well aa fabric, and we got It.
They ore "maeterplecee" of tho
Ullnra' art and , tbo patterns are
Pictures. : ' .
No clothing looks aa wall aa tho
U 8yatem at $15.00 to 1130.00. . Wa
can prove It
IXCLUSIVE CLOTHIERS -Not
Like Others ,
ItH tnd Main '.
KAISER HIS III
..... ' W,",J flvr AlthouKh the
o 71: 0U,"n t r,"k
VJn from behind
and o clinch matters sd.led three al
!" I the eighth; ThoHmi.tor.m.d.
nv. mors ,,,d didn't conn. .Bl wltn ,hJ
ball safely (,, nv(l ,. ,.ortUnJ
slummed the horsehlde ahout the dia
mond, gultilng ,,v,. blnglwi
Iowa- H"lur,,J' were as ful-
Pacific Const l.esgii Portland 9,
Hacrsmento 3: Oakland in u u-
- nu riaii-
claro J; u,a Angeles 9. Vernon 0.
rtorinwestern I h.i..,ii.j ,
Spokane 0; Taroina 6. Victoria 2- v.
couv.r 4. HcuttU a
Hun KrancliM'o n
lo Anxnli-a ?n
HiMtkane , .
ILWAIIKIE TO GET
FARE DECISION SOON
ATTORNEY GENERAL PREPARING
MOTION FOR SUPREME
That the demand of tho realdcnta
of Mllwauklo fur a five-cent faro to
Portland, will aoon reaalt In a favor-
i alda dncUlon by Ibo Supreme Court of
,;,1", Siatea la the liellef jof
Herman Loading, who baa juat re
lunied lo hla home In Mllwauklo after
a vUlt to Halem. While In the capital
Mr. landing waa Informed by the At
lorney O.meral that toe motion to
have the cane taken up at once by
Ibe 8uireme Court waa being pre
pared. He aald that Governor Weet
had alao promlaed to uae hla luflunee
for an early hearing. It la the be
lief that the derUlon will be rendered
In the next Ave or alx month a.
JTh.eraJlw.ajri:oiipany la now atip
plylng the iwlrooa of the road from
Mllwauklo. with allpo each time they
make tbo trip, which In caae of a ate
rlalon aaalnar the company, will en
title the boldera to a rebate of five
WILLIAM DALEY, IN DELIRIUM,
CALLS MEN BEFRIENDING
William Daley, aeveiity-nlno yeara
old. of Duluth. Minn., was aortoualy
Injured by a fall In Oregon City Sat
urday afternoon. Mr. Daley waa
atandlng at the corner of Sixth and
Main Streets when he fell, striking
hla head on the curbing. He waa
picked up In an unconaclous condi
tion by A. 8. Puller and Frank Mel
bourn, and conveyed to Wlldwood
Hospital. On the way to the hoapltal
Mr. Daley partially retrained con
aclouanrsa, and white Buffering from
a hallucination that ho was being
kldnspped. attacked the men who had
Upon completely regaining con
sciousness Mr. Daley aald that be waa
a sign writer and had Intended visit
ing William Langley of Olendale, Or.
He aald that upon reaching thla city
hla supply of money was somewhat
depicted and he decided to stay here
for a while In the hope of getting
work. Drs. Carll and Strickland, who
attended Mr. Daley, aald that his con
dition wss serious. While his skull
Is not fractured It Is believed thut
the aged man sustained concusalon of
the brain. He was well dressed and
la a man of education and refinement.
CANOE SINKS 1(1 EDDY
WITH RALPH PARKER
tCATMAN SWIMS TO SHORE AND
FRAIL CRAFT IS
P I nh D.,lr&- Vail m nat-rnw ARranO
from drowning while canoeing at the
root or Biievenm atreot, uregon ny ,
Saturday afternoon. Mr. Parker, after
tiivlnv ridden for unu lint In tha
canoe with Charles Parker, who owns
me crau, ui uiuunii ranter, ae
clded to lake a trip alone. Ho had
barely left the shore before tho frail
craft drifted Into an eddy and was
drawn to tho bottom with tho occtf
pant. i i
Mr. Parker Immediately came tp tho
surface, and after a struggle managed
to get out of the eddy and swim to tho
shore. Charles witnessed tho acci
dent from the ahore but waa unable to
render aaslstsnoo., Tho canoo. waa ye
povered. ' ' .'! ,f
Social la Enjoyed.
Tho "Hard Times" social at the
Gladstone church basement Friday
night was a great success. The tog
gery was outlandish, the program en
joyable and the refreshments tempting.
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1500
3ARD APPOINTS MRg.L, E. c.
HAW, J. E. CALAVAN AND
C. P. ANDERSON.
MEMBERS TO GET 1100 A MONTH
Oragon City Not Affected, By New
Law Pititd B LeBlalature
AMIie flrHt moot In of the Clacka
mas County Educational Hoard held
Hattirdity afternoon at the Court
House, the following auiMM-vlaora wore
elected under mu new law, paHsed at
h limt M-NHlon of tne state Lcgls
laiure: Mrs Kmllle C. Shaw, of Mllwaukle.
J. K. Calavan, of Maple U,
Carl f. Anrtenton, of West Oregon
( Ity. 4
The KdiicHtlonal Hoard was In He
alon three hours, and after perfecting
orxanlitatlon, dincuaNlng plans for the
work of the siiiervlaors and adopting
rules, speedily elected three educs
tors on the firm ballot. The supervis
ors will receive a salary of $100 a
mtmlir fnr'lo mouths In the year, and
exiwnHcs, cotmiatlnR of board and
IimIkIiik. car fare and care and feed
of hore during the time tliey ore
actually on duty, and they tnuat fur
nish their own conveyancea. The
work -ofcj the Bupervlaors will com
mence September 1 next.
The new law provides In counties
having more than CO schools, the
county miiM'rlirtt-ndctit t shall appoint
an Kducatlonal Hoard, consisting of
four members, and he shall be a mem
ber of the Hoard, making five In all,
and h shall alao be secretary. This
board aervea without salary, and Is
empowered to name at least two su
pervisors, the law-contemplating that
there muat be a aupervlsor to at least
60 Bchoola, snd there may be one to
each 20. In Clackamas county there
sre 127 ncnools, Including the Joint
districts where the buildings are lo
cated In Ibis county, and not embrac
ing Oregon City, which Is a flrst-clsss
district and does not come under the
jurisdiction of the Educational Board.
In this county, therefore, the board
msy appoint as many , as seven su
pervisors, the minimum being. two,
snd the members took the position
thst the county wss too large for two
supervisors to do proper work and
'.Mrs. Emllle C. Shaw baa been prin
cipal of the Mllwaukle public schools
for several years, snd has done ex-
fellent work there. She was prlnclpsj
or the Kasthsm building at Oregon
City before going to Mllwaukle. and
was recently offered the position as
principal of the public schools at
Mr. Cslavan has been teaching
school for 18 yesrs and most of his
work haa been In the rural districts.
He wss for 10 years in Crook county.
and then taught school In Linn coun
ty. He has been prlnclpsl of the
Msple Lane school three years.
Mr. Anderson first entered educa
tional work In Clackamas county at
Marqusm, where hla work was of such
high order that It was called to tho
attention of the directors of tho Ore;
gon City schools, who tendered him a
position In the high school. He
taught here until last year when he
took the princlpalshlp of the schools
of West Oregon City.
TEACHER IS SURPRISED.
Psronts See Pupilo Give Mioo Kundt
son Gold Locket.
CLACKAMAS, Or., Msy 20. (Spec
ial.) Friday being the last day of
school at East Clackamas the parents
planned a surprise for the teacher,
Miss Tillle Kundtson. .They went to
the school bouse with well filled bas
kets, and after enjoying their con
tents a well-selected program was
rendered by the pupils, under the di
rections of the teacher. After the
program tho teacher treated all tho
children to oranges, following which
the pupils presented their teacher
with a handsome gold locket In ap
preciation of what she had done for
them. The following were present:
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bennett, Mrs. S.
MtDiCAl AOImORiT? pr rv
Aim IHRU 3
c- to etp v jP Wv- (T L
OREGON, SUNDAY, MAY 21, 1911.
Erlckson, Mrs. J. Sesben. Mrs. H
Bpelrs, of Clackamas, and son Henry,
Mr. ana Mrs. m. 8. Shearer and son
Julian, and Aston Morfeltt, Mr. and
Mrs. E. R. Boya and son, Mr. and
Mrs. George Flanders and family of
eastern Oregon, Mr. and Mra. Durgan
and daughter of Bunnysldo.
BERRYOROWERS TO MEET.
Conference Arranged With Directors
of' Oregon City Union.
The directors of tho Oregon City
f'rillt Mild PrVYrl tlfu llnlnn k . w ...
ranged for a meeting at Clackamas,
monuay evening to conrer wltb the
growers regarding tbo arrangements
for handllnc tbo atrawberrv nran nf
this v vicinity. .Many of the growers
have expressed a willingness to Join
the union, that they may take ad
vantage of tho facilities for shipping
thst the anion has arranged.
A number of the members of Ore-
gon CltV Will SO to niar-kamaa anil
I hi. brokers from Portland arhn ,'tu.i
I to handle tbo berry crop also will bo
on nana 10 ibbo purl in the proceed
ings. Dancing , Party Pleases.
The dancing' party given at the
Hunch hall on Saturday olghl by Mil
ton f'rlf mimm a mnut u . ni.. . .1 .nrf
nJoyalile affair. The music wss ex
cellent and was furnished by the
Fanner orchestra of alx pieces.
BEAVER BUILDING IS
SOU) FOR $50,000
FRANK JAGGAR AND J. W. LODER
ARE PURCHASERS OF
The Heaver building, located on
Main street between Sixth and
Seventh Streets, was sold Saturday by
H. C. Stevens and William Anderson
to Frank Jsggar and' John"W. Loder;
Mr. Jaggar acquiring a three-fourths
Interest In the property and Mr. Loder
one-fourth. Tho sale embraces two
lots, with a frontage of G6 feet on
Main, and on Water Streets, and a
depth of 210 feet Uueugh the block.
There are two residences on tho Wa
ter Street side of the property. , -
Mr. Jaggar formerly owned a half
Interest In the property, but about a
year ago he sold his Interest to Mr.
Anderson, who with Mr. Stevens erect
ed ibe two-story brick on Main Street
known ss the Beaver building. The
cost of the structure was-sbout $25.
O'M). The property Is considered to be
among the most rjeairablo Ib the, city.
The consideration was 150,000.
E 10 IS NEW DATE
SET TOR ROSE SHOW
POSTPONEMENT DECIDED UPON
AT MEETING OF
The Rose Society, at a meeting In
the Commercial Club Saturday after
noon, postponed the rose show until
June 10. The roses are unusually late
thla year because of the cold weather,
and the members of the society de
cided that a better showing could be
The details of tho show were dis
cussed. A children's parade, which
will be given in the afternoon Just
before the show begins, will be one
of the, features of the feUlval. The
parade will be preceded by a band.
The ahow was originally set tor June
3. and, because of tho necessity of
postponement It wss thought best to
wait until' the Portland festival was
TEACHERS ARE ELECTED.
Mr. Anderson's Promotion Makeo Vac
ancy In West Side School.
The election of teachers In West
Oregon City was held Saturday night.
The principal. Carl F. Anderson has
been elected a supervisor of schools
for Clackamas county, and thus a
vacancy exists In the princlpalshlp.
All tho grade teachers were re-elected.
They aro: Hattle O. Brown, Pearl
Bailer. "Lllll Schmldll. Lillle Miller
and Eva Wssh.
SALOON MAT. GETS
KERRICK IS ALSO FINED $75 FOR
ALLOWING WOMEN TO
ENTER PLACE, .'
CIRCUIT COURT TO REVIEW VERDICT
Mayor Browned Keopo Poet Election
edge To Punish Men
Wha, Violate Saloon
Joseph Kerrlck, proprietor of the
Log Cabin Saloon! was on Saturday
found1 guilty of violating a'city ordin
ance n allowing women to enter an
upstairs room In his place, fined $75 1
and sentenced to ten days' Imprison
ment In Jail by Cltx Recorder Stipp.
City Attorney Story prcaecursd, with
Mayor Brownell assisting. After the
trial the mayor declared thst an ex
ample would be made of Kerrlck, and
tnat the City Council would be aaked
to revoke his license. The Mayor de
clared be had warned the saloon men
at the time. he waa elected that they
must obey the law. At that tliriebn;
positively announced that be, would
not allow gambling In the saloons;
that women would not be permitted
to meet men In them, and that minora
should be kept out of them.
Kerrlck was allowed to go on his
own recognizance until the clrcuU
Judge can review the case. His de
fense wss that the women were found
In a room above the saloon to which
there were two entrances, one through
the saloon snd the other by an out
aide stairway. He declared that the
women, who came here from Port
land, must have entered by the out
side stsirway. The room, he said
had been occupied by a man named
Schenck, a mill worker, for ' three
years. Schendf" testified that be paid
$5 a week for the room. He said
that he. had no key to the lock, but
that there- was a bolt on the Inside.
The witness denied thst he gave the
women permission to enter the room.
City Policeman Cook and Deputy
Sheriff Frost described In detail the
raid made by them on the evening of
May 13. They declared that Just be
fore they entered tho . place Kerrlck j
rushed up to the door and yelled to
those Inside that the police were com
ing. The women were released on
bonds of $20 each, which they for
feited. The msn who was -with them
also failed to show up at. the trial.
Kerrlck admitted that be knew one
of the women and bad met her in the
afternoon on the atreet. Mayor Bro-
nell and City Attorney Story aaid this
constituted strong circumstantial evi
dence that Kerrlck knew the women
were in the room.
Attorney Gilbert Hedges, who de
fended Kerrlck, declared that the evi
dence was Insufficient for conviction.
j He said that the defendant's statement
had not been Impeached, and that
there was no proof that the law had
been violated. The room, he asserted,
was not connected with the saloon,
was occupied by another, and conse
quently Kerrlck waa not responsible
for what went on in It.
SHEEP KILLING DOG
' OWNERS ARE WARNED
VICTIM DECLARES THAT HE WILL
SHOOT ALL CANINES FOUND
IN HIS PASTURE.
Owners of dogs have been warned
by H. W. Strelblg, of Abernathey and
Clackamas Heights,.-that any dogs
found In his pasture will be killed. The
warning Is the result of Mr. Strel
blg having lost six sheep Friday. The
sheep were killed by dogs, and two
more that are missing are thought
to have met the same fate.
Mr. Strelblg is not the only person
living In snd near Oregon City who
has suffered from the dogs. Brown
A Kloostra, who have a pasture high
er up on the Clackamas Heights road,
report the loss of two sheep, and sev
ersl farmers having complained of
dogs entering their pastures and
frightening the sheep. Mr. Strelblg's
pasture la at the Junction of the Ab
ernathey and Clackamas Heights.
COMMENCEMENT TO BE
BEST EVER HELD HERE
EXERCISES START WITH BACCA
LAUREATE SERMON NEXT
Superintendent Too.e, of the Oregon
riiv arhnnla haa arranged tha exer
cises for commencement week. The
baccalaureate sermon win be aenv
ered st 7:30 o'clock next 8unday eve
ning at the Episcopal Church by Rev.
C. W. Robinson. The clsss play, "The
Rivals," will be given at 8 o'clock. In
the evening of June 1 at the Shlvely
Opera House. The next feature will
be the promotion exerclsea of the
twenty-eight grades In tho Eastham
school on Friday, Juno .
Tho commencement exercises will
be held at tho Shlvely Opera House
on Frldsy evening, June 2. Dr. H. M.
Crooks, of Albany College, will de
liver the commencement address.
Superintendent Tooso and tho teach,
era have devoted a good deal of time
to arranging the commencement ex
orcises and tho Indications aro that
(idtmm-y Ma. 41
VITH the Dutch Collars which are so
y much in vogue this year no woman's
outfit is. complete without several pieces of
neck adornment. Anticipating the popu
larity of this style in advance, we bought
heavily of beautiful Lavalliers which make
an ordinary neck look beautiful and a pretty
one even more so. This is one of the
handsomest pieces of jewelry ever worn
and we have set a price that will leave us
without one in stock.
Oregon City Jewelers
they wilt surpass any ever iven he
: JAME8 PETTY GETS LEGACY.
Oregon City Man Returns From Trip
to Now York.
Mr. and Mrs. James Petty, who left
this city several months ago for New
York, where the former went to settls
up an estate in which, he was one of
the heirs, returned to Oregon City on
Saturday morning. Mr. Petty says he
Is glad to get back to Oregon. He will
probably have to return to New York
In a few months. His legacy Is a
Husband Asks Divorce.
J. H. Tipton filed a suit for divorce
against Elmette M. Tipton, the
grounds being desertion. They were
married In Los Angeles, July 31, 1908.
The plaintiff Is represented by H. J.
Bigger, attorney, of Portland.
n,H.a Tn k. Juni 1V
The date set for the dancing party
to be given by the St John's Young
People's Club of the St, John's Cath-
nll rhureh at Riioh'a hall la June IS.
It will be an Invitation affair, and
Parson's orchestra of Portland will
furnish the music for the dancing.
MRS. HARDING GIVES
PARTY FOR GRADUATES
ENTERTAINMENT IS IN HONOR
OF HER DAUGHTER,
Mra. George A. Harding gave a de
lightful party Saturday evening In
honor of her daughter, Miss Evelyn
Harding, to the members of the 1911
class of the Oregon City High School.
The house was decorted in green and
ronm tha plnss colors, and the table
decorations were red ornattons, the
Various games were played and the
prizes were won by Thornton Howard,
Fay Batdorf, Ethel Kidder, Hazel
Tooze. Ray Welsh, Louis Deute, Ray
Scott and Harold Smith. Mrs. Hard
in. waa assisted In entertaining by
Mrs. Nelta Barlow Lawrence and Miss
Nelta Harding. The following were
Misses Ethel Kidder, Maud Parks,
Fay Baldorf, Ethel Par si ful. Madge
Brightbill, Bess Warner, Louise
Deute, Bernlce Dawson, Hazel Tooze,
Margaret McCullock. Evelyn Harding,
Ray Welch. Thornton Howard, Ray
Scott. Milton Noble, Bothwell Aveson,
Harold Smith, Frank Clark, Fred Ba
. . a i. v .. . ,.-
5 to 20 Acre Farms Near Oregon CltyX
i .-I-"'. '
We have several buyers
If your place is for sale and
see us at once.
I W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO. f
T . ..ia. u an u. a. is a . ai9 U.la at. nraaon Crty.
Tho only dally newspaper fee- 4
twee) Portland and Salem; olfoo 0)
lata In ovary eeet'en of ClMka- 4
mas County, wttlt a popwlatlooj ef 0
SOOOa Aro yoy an edvenleerf
Feb Week, 10 Cents
Suspension Bridge Cornet
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE DECIDES .
. OREGON CITY. . '
TOITSSORJAKES, HOWEVaXKM P
Debats With Estacada la Forfeited
To Local Team Two'
The debating team of the Park place
High School waa declared Saturday
night by the Executive Committee of
tho Clackamas County School League
to be champions of the league. The
decision was on tho protest of Su
perintendent of City Bcnools Tooze
against Parkplace being declared the
winner, on the ground that Prof. H.
M. James, principal of the Estacsda
High School, had used his Influence
as head of tho debating department of
tho Clackania County School League
to deprive the Oregon City High
School of an opportunity to take part
In the race for the championship.
The decision waa rendered by throe ,
members of the Executive Committee
Brenton Vedder, T. J. Gary and I C.
Durward. The following Is the de
"To the Oregon City High Scnooi:
"Regarding your protest against the
mimit arcorded vour achool by the
authority in charge of tho Debating
Department of the ciacnamas ocnooi.
League, the Executive Committee
finds as follows:
"Ftrstr That the visit to farx place
by two members of your debating,
team on the elenlng of March 3d.
1911. was, according to the rules of
the State Debating League, 'a dishon
orable act." v
"Second That such act, although
dishonorable, was, according to emin
ent authority, not sufficient reason for
countermanding the debate of March
10, between your school and tho Eata-,
cada High 8chool. 1 r -
"Therefore the debate of March: 10,
should be forfeited to tho Oregon
City High School. If thoro were no ex
tenuating circumstances.. Prof. James
maintains that on March 6th Prof.
Toose voluntarily relinquished all
rights to compete tor chsmplonshlp
honors, but Prof. Toose clslms that
(Continued on page two.)
waitinf and many coming.
the price right come and
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