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VOL '1 No. J2li.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, HATUKDAY-, JUNE 3, 1911.
Peb Week, 10 CwftJ
00 SAYS TRUST
HALTED BIG PANIC
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES OF 1911
TO SAVE BIG TREE
TltL HEAD DECLARES HIS COM
. pANY WAS BEHIND MORGAN
GOVERNMENT CONTROL PREDICTED
!, ol lron Company
Bought to Pravant Craah of
Banking Houea In
WASHINGTON, June 2 Elbert II.
Orr. rhiilriiiuii of Ihe I'nlted Slute
feel Corporation, til(t tha Stanley
iniHt In vvhI lK'lnK committee !
iky Ihnl III corporation iiIimmI behind
j p. Moixan In averting dlasNlrotij
(UianrlHl upheaval In lo7
i InKUlnl. challenging Hi stale
nifii'i f John W. Gates before (tin
rttaiuiU '. lllMt !n purchase by Hi"
irl i-ui Miration of the Tennessee
t'uul a Iron ('iiiiiiinny at that (lino wan
nui'le " price more than It was
jwurlh It the express purpose of pre
venting Ihe create of the Naw York
bunking firm uf Moore 4 Hrhley.
"' Mr limy related a dramatic s'ory uf
tli ni"""'111"11 events which preceded
lb aliritlon of the Tennessee con
cern! II deBrrllied In drtsll how he
nj lli-nty ('. Frlek, at tha Instance uf
Mr Morgan, had revealed tha plan of
buying the company at a price great
er than Its value to President Hooao
rlt ami Kllhu KihiI, then Secretary of
dial, lie told how ha had concluded,
after their lutervlew with Mr. Roone
vrlt, thai any government prosecution
nf their art would hare been MM "out-rat-
Mr. Gary made surprising slate-BK-niK
during bla eight huura' examl
ontlon, hut none more atari ling than
bit declaration that government con
trol and publicity of corporations In
thin country muat coma, lie aald that
through the American Iron k Bteel In
stitute, the head of tha ateel Indus
try are trying to ateer a couree be
tween tha (Sherman anMruat law,
blrb he characterised aa "archaic,"
en the one hand, and the old time
method of destructive competition on
tha other, lit order to operate for pub
IN GREAT F
s igLil rffe I I . i I 1
FANWCLL OOES ACROPLANINQ IN
EIGHTH AND NINTH
SCORE TO 2.
PORTLAND, June 2. (Special.)
The Oaka turned the tablea on Mc
I'redla a frlaky lleavera today, and won
l a aoore of alght to two. Fanwall
km anything but an enigma, the vla
liora making thirteen hits. Portland
romiected with FernoU'a curvea eight
ilnxa, but tha hits ware pretty wall
muttered. The fielding waa aomewhat
Msged, Oakland making turee errora
nd Portland two. The Oaka did not
""ore until tha eighth, when they
made three acorea, adding five mora
In the next Inning.
The reMiilta Friday were aa followa:
Pacific Coaat League Oakland 8,
Portland 2; Sacramento 8, Vernon 2;
S;in Franclaco 8, Ua Angelea 6. .
Northwestern league Tacoma 6,
Portland 3; 8pkkane 6, Vancouver 1:
Seattle 6, Victoria 4.
FOR SCHOOL PAPER
BIO STAFF SUCCEEDS TO MAN
AGEMENT O THE HESPERIAN.
The members of the Oregon City
HlaliWhool at a meeting Friday aft
ernoon elcted the edltora and mana
gers of the Hesperian, tne school pa
per. The candidates voted upon had
been selected by the faculty as beat
fitted for th work. The following
were elected: Kdltor ln-chlef. Ambroe
Hrownell: annlatsnt edltor-lmhlef.
limine Huntley: exchange editor,
Kvsnana Harrison, alumni. Waldo Can
field: athletic editor, Kent Wilson.
Jokes. Pearl Frances; artist. Florence
White; business manager. C.lllert
Morris; assistant business manager.
Charles Heatle: subscription manager.
John twmbach; assistant subscription
manager. Edith Alldredge: association
editor. Eulca Bchuebel; literary edi
tors. Esther llealy. Ruby Frances.
The final Issue of the Hesperian
.... .k. .r...i,i rhonl term was Issued
Friday, and la designated Commence
ment Number. It la forty-eight paRcs.
not Including the cover, and la hand
somely Illustrated. The paper Is re
plete with poems, stories, editorials
and Jokea, and reflecta much credit
... ,inr.ril taff. There are
also several pagea of business,
which proves that the business man
agement waa busy. The table of con
tenia Is aa followa: '
Half tone of Superintendent F. J.
Tooxe. half-tone of the faculty of the
High School: "When Petty Inter
fered." a atory: "Springtime," a poem;
"ArV; Aid." I story; "O. C. H. 8 For
ever." song by Louise Hunt ey; His
orof the Class of ml."
Dawson and Evelyn Harding; Tha
Senior Class Prophecy." by Margaret
McCultoch. Zeta Andrewa and Iulse
Haute; class poem, editorials, achool
notes, aenlor. aophomore. freshman
notes, athletics. 'Uno'
David and Forest Fires." and Qu i
and Cranks." The paper also contains
half-tones of the members of the grad
ARTISTIC WORK OF
EIGHTH GRADE - MEMBERS WIN
LAURELS AT CLOSING
MELBA KIDDER CONVULSES HOUSE
Roberta Schuabal Acqulta Herself Ad
mirably Rav. Proctor
HORSES STAMPEDE OH
TRACK HALTING TRAIN
ANIMAL CAUGHT IN TRESTLE IS
SERIOUSLY HURT POLICE
TO HIGHER COAL
DIPLOMAS RECEIVED, MEMBERS
OF CLASS PLAN WORK
Scrten Doors 2 ft. 10 in x 6 ft. lOin. - 93c
Screen Doors 3 ft. x 7 ft
Adjustable Window Screens ......
Wire Fly Killers (
Wire Fly Traps
Wire Screen Cloth 24c per yard
Ftrty-flve pupils, the largest and
best Eighth grade class In the hhtory
of the Oregon City Schools, were on
Friday, at the Shlvely Opera House,
given certificates of promotion to the
High School. The exerclsea were to
have been held In the Eastham School,
but long before 10 o'clock, the time
set for the beginning, the big assem
bly room was crowded, and hundreds
clamored for admittance. Aa a result.
Superintendent Tooxe decided to have
the exerclsea In the opera house,
which waa well filled.
The recitations of Melba Kidder and
Roberta Schuebel were especially fine.
The former appeared aa an Imitator
of girls less gifted than herself In the
art of declaiming. She showed re
markable versatility, and kept the au
dience laughing almost, all the time
she waa on tire atage. Mlsa Schuebel
was Just as clever In her Una, and de
llgnted the audience.
The Rev. W. M. Proctor delivered
an Interesting address, the most Im
portant feature of which was his aa
iM mum llvlnir. He said that chil
dren had been taught to master the
Three R'i," but In reality there waa
one more Important than, reading,
wilting and arithmetic right living.
He depleted the relation of education
to rlitlit living, and declared that the
two should be Inseparable. Mr. Proc
tor was given rapt attention, and hla
discourse was aa much appreciated by
the older persons present aa the mem
bera of the class.
Other important features of the pro
gram were a aolo, "Voices of the
Woods," by Helen Ely. accompanied
by Carol Ely: address of welcome, by
Evangeline Dye; recltatlona by Maud
risvis. Otto Allison: violin solo, Allia
I-evltt. and aong. "Stars of summer
Night," by Eighth grade Barclay
School girls. -Superintendent
' Toom compliment
ed the ciasa upon us worn, ami ut
tered gcod advice. All tha children
participating did remarkably well, and
. v. ..owiui vera declared to be as
fine as are ordinarily given by High
The folllonwlng are the pupils who
received certificates: .
n...l. Qnhnnl Aline PhllMDS. Al-
IJIII t:inj fciv.ii""" ........ - .
i Miiinr rtnrnlce Buckles, Violet
Roberta. Cynth,la Pace. Dorothy La
tourette, Helen Blanchard. York Ham
mond, Ellxabeth Schatx. Delia Wood
rin Bi,.r.ii ornas Marlorv Money
Mauri nvl Rvanaellne Dye, Guy
W b I.I mtn inhn rtnntin. Mahelle Wood
word, Roberta 8chuebel, Alice Levitt,
Carl Hodgson, Harold nasn. nam
Story, Freda Martin, Emella Stsats.
Frank Nelson. Wilbur Roberts, Alvln
Wlevesllk, Zena Moore, Kllxabetn
Monell, Janey Lacey, Myrtle Hender
son. Glen Jeremiah, Ted Mlllflr.
Eastham 8chool Otto Allison, Gil
bert Callff. Walter Elliott, Loya How
ard, Richard Frederick, Arthur Farr,
Therlow McCune, Walter Jones, Ralph
Griffin, Louie trohmeyer, Helen Bak-
T,,n tial.n IT.I ftenrtla
-i Tony, owned by B. A. Miller
Several horses, thought to have es
caped irom a oasture near Oregon
City, atampeded on tne Southern Pa
cific tracks near the station early Fri
day morning, and caused a freight
train to be delayed almost two hours,
and the through passenger, which ar
rlvea here at 2:14 o'clock, almost an
iwuir rino of the horses became fas
tened In the trestle near the plant of ,
th tlitwlev Paoer AV PuId Company.
and It required the efforts of Foltce-1
men Green and Cook and tne ciewa
of the passenger and freight tralna to
extricate the animal. The horse waa
seriously Injured, and Is being carea
for In this city until the owner can be
PROFESSOR CROOKS GIVES ADVICE
Simple Eserclaes Mark High Scnooi
Commencement 12 Graduates
to Enter College Five
Thrilling hla auditors with his mes
sage of inspiration and convulsing the
house with his quaint numor, t-ro-fessr
Crooks, of Albany College, Fri
day night addressed the largest grad
iiHtlng class the Oregon City High
School has sent forth, on the subject.
Professor Crooks urged upon the
memliers of the class the necessity of
Miiinin. the enthusiasm and slncer-
I Ity t'f youth as the means of attaining
the meed of success that Is before
1 them. He also urged the continuance
i n th. .Hwlv habit that thev may con-
; tinue the development so well begun
prodigal profusion among U flowers.
A program almple, but tmpreasive,
marked the passing of the High School
days for this grtmp tf young persons.
After a song bv the school Glee Club,
Rev. Zimmerman, of tne Methodist
Church InvokeC the blessing. Pro
fessor - Tooze then Introduced the
sneaker of the evening. The address
waa followed by the presentation oi
diplomas and scholarbhlps, closing
with another aong by the Glee Club.
The general ensemble a the grad
uates sat In their places on the plat
form facing tne auuience was an in
spiration to better things long to be
Judge Beatle Marrlea Couple.
Miss Susie Farrar an C. E. Hatch.
of this city, were married at the court
house on Friday afternoon. Judge Bea
tle performing the ceremony. Miss
Nellie Derby acted as bridesmaid,
hlle J. F. Johnson was the best roan.
The bride wss attired In a gray rav
oling suit, with hat to match.
MRS. NELLIE V. WALKER HALTS
WORKMEN WHO COME TO
LAWYER HEDGES APPEALS TO JUDGE
Or. Strickland, Defendant, Declares
Tre la Unsightly and Use
less Perpetual Oc-
der Asked. 1
Another controveray over the re
moval of a tree by order of the City
Council started Friday wnen Mrs. Nel
lie V. Waiaer. wno uvea on Washing
ton .tmi near Seventh, halted work
men who had made preparations to
remove a large walnut on the side
walk In front of her home. Mrs.
Walker appealed to J. E. Hedges, the
lawyer, who Immediately went before
Judge Canyibell and obtained a tem
porary restraining order- against the
1CUJ KI1U liia wuuvw.
remove the tree and lay a cement alde-
Mr. Hedges contended that the tree .
was on part of the atreet owned by
Mra. Walker, and that the city had no
right to raze it. He argued that tt
had been there for thirty years and
did not In anyway obstruct the thor
oughfare. Argument will be hear
In a few daya on a snotioa of Mr.
HedKea to make the iatraJnin; Of-,
i der perpetual.' Af ' ' ' '
The case similar to wax oi oir
Adara Wilkinson. wh aeled to Mr.
Hedges to atop workaaen from remov
ing a large maple tree to front of her
home on Mam street near Beventh
The only difference Is that the maple
had been so mutilated U was not d
irahia twfnr Mr. Hadxea could ob
tain a restraining; order. Mrs. Wilkin
son, however, has employee, tne -yer
to Me auH for damages.
Dr. M. C. Strickland, whose home
adjoins that' or Mrs. Walter, desires
the tree taken away. He declares inni
It Is old, unsightly and of no value.
Because of hla Insistence that the tree
b removed, he was made a defendant
In the salt for a restraining order.
REFRESHMENTS TO BE SERVED j following the address by Professor
Tk. overutlve committee of the
High School Alumni, at a meeting Frl
ri.v niirht mnde arrangementa for re
ceiving the class of 1911 at Willam
ette Hall Monday nignt. Keiregnmem"
111 be served, and the following pro- ;
gram will be rendered: j
Welcome to 191 Class !
jonn unapp, rrrmucm
Thornton llowarn. t'resioeni oi ci
The Board of Directors. .J. E. Menses ;
Selection High School Glee Clun
Under direction of Miss uouise nrsce.
Piano aolo Miss Florence urace
ft.- x.. A. O. Freel
Selection High School Quartette ,
The High School. Miss Esther jonnson
Selection Hign ecnooi uiee v-mu .
Dr Beatle Is chairman of the com-.
mil tee In charge and Miss CIs Pratt
Is chairman of the refreshment com
rib. DoiinM. ail alection
The Oregon City lodge of Elks, at a
meetln Friday night. Dostnoned In-
Heflnltelv the selection of a site for
iiiH hniiae Tt Haw ct rjrooerxT.
which the Kxlge had arranged to pur
chase, was rejeciea Decause oi a
hitch In the title.
' Couple Granted License.
Susie Farrar and C. E. Hatch, of
this city, were granted a marriage li
cense on Friday by County Clerk Mul-
TEACHERS SCHOOL TO) START.
Summer Term Open MetMsay at Bar-
. clay School aV!t4tns
a timmov term for the ttkstructioa)
of persons desiring to became teach
ers will be opened in ue samiaj
School next Monday. The term win
continue until Jnne 21. and the Indi
cations ar that the attendance will
be large. Superintendent Toose ana
Professors Freel and Boiana win om
the Instructors. It fcs probable that a
term for Instruction In methods of
teaching will be decided upon later m
the summer. It Is the Intention to
teach the work tor all gradea so those
taking the course will be reaay m in
fall to take the examinations tor
Lodge Elects Officers.
Oregon City Lodge No. 302. Frater
nal Brotherhood, elected the follow
ing officers Wednesday evening: Pres
ident, A. M. Slnnott; vice-preeiaeui.
Hugh Kennedy : secretary, T. W. Reh
penntng; chaplain. Mrs. Lena Berts:
master-at-arms, William Kennedy; In
ner doorkeeper, Harry Gleasoo: outer
doorkeeper, Al. L. Barnes; musician.
Miss Maud Woodward: mlstress-efc-arms.
Miss Clara Schlittenhart.
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO,
o phone: Pacific M-S0. Heme A-13. 612 Main Oregen City.
PROF. F. J. S. TOOZE,
WIFE SAYS HUSBAND
DA O. INMAN DECLARES HE TOLD
CHILDREN SHE WOULD NOT
Mrs. Ida O. Inman haa filed a suit
for divorce from W. E. Inman, to
whom she was married In Portland on
September 29. 1893. Mrs. Inman al
leges that her huband baa treated
her cruelly. She says she waa com
pelled to work when she wag unable
. i l . v ii.. ill hoe nn a.
to do so, ana i V ,11,.
band told their two children their
mother would not live long, adding
they could have a good time after she
im.n ml. fnr tha custody ot
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their two children, Imogene, aged 15
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Crooks, President Harding. Of the
schol board. In a few well chosen re
marks presented the diplomas, to the
class ' Three of the class have been
honored with scholarshlpa by higher
...i.. ,nnn. ,,r learning, alt being won
on merit. Pacific University gave two.
the recipients being Fay uaiaori uu
i.,..hwil Avlson. Harold Smith won
hnnnra at Whitman. The mem-
hr nf the 1811 class are: Thornton
Wayne Howard. Frederick K. Baker,
Rav Stanley Welsh, MSlton George No
bel, Maude Alice Park, Hazel m
t., uarnlri A vnrv Smith. J. Both
well Avlson, Madge Brlghtblll, Bernlce
Dawson, Ethel Rhoda Purslful. Ray
ioUiio sitt. Zeta Mae Andrewa,
i.. n,,in. MuaNita neute. Margar
t ..in. MnCulloch. Frank Gilbert
Clarke Fav C. Batdorf, Evelyn Hard
i... irihf w Kidder. Hess Warner.
For the future of the class, twelve
to enter college, five will
. . i..i.hln. nne will study law
inn. ui -' " " t - - - -
onH torn m-a undecided as to what they
in ri I It la seldom that a class
i... .... k hnwlnir In this resnec.t.
Shlvely'a presented an animates
an.i heantlfiil scene appropriate to the
occasion. The front of the atage was
hi.i.n ivMnrt a mass of. beautiful
e otooooo4ooeo .o4o oeoeoe oeoeoe)oe)oeoeo-feoe)
I 5 to 20 Acre Farms Near Oregon City
We have sever? 1 buyers waiting and many coming.
If your place is for sale and the price right come and
see us at once.
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