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WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTAB LIS II E D IS 66
VOL. 1 No. 130.
63 DIE 111 QUAKE;
MORE THAN HALF OF VICTIM OF
10 MEXICO CITY DISAS
TER ARE SOLDIERS.
LOSS OF LIFE MAY BE MUCH LARGER
Rfjoicing over Advent, of - Madaro
Changes to Sorrow In Gaily
Oarbad Capital Amsr).
MEXICO CITY, J. inn 7 -Ho far the
earthquake daalb loll haa Ixira estab
lished ss 63 souls, but It lit blleved
that mora complete search of th
ruins will Increase (bla number con
nidrab)y. Seventy five ara known to
l Injured and thla a I mi probably wli;
be increased wheu the full dttalla ara
Known. With tha afreets decorated
fur rejoicing at Ilia advent of Madaro
I ha rtty la today one of aorrow.
Tha Inaa to property la estimated at
tM.OOO. No properly of Americana
Of tha dead only one lraou, a Chi
nese, la a foreigner. Mora than half
of tha dead ara aoldlera, tha worat af
facta of. the ahock being felt In that
mm Hon of tha city near tha Mexican
Central a tat Ion where alio aland the
Another place where the earthquake
tH.k Ita toll or death In considerable
mini bare waa at tha power plant of
Hie atreet railway company. Here alx
were kilted and alx wounded. Two
othera were found In debrle, conalatlng
partly of ateel ralla, which bad been
atored In the Iron and wood depart
menta, and which collapaod.
PORTLAND. Or June 7 (8peclaL)
Portland again whitewashed the
Angela before a large crowd of vial
tor and home fane. Henderson, who
haa been pitching remarkable ball thla
'aon. waa almost Invincible andal
lowed but two hits. Benny almply
had Dlllon'a men at hie mercy and
toyed with them. Agnew pitched well,
allowing only Ave aafetlea, but blun
ders by his team-mates were costly
and disheartening. Charley Moore,
(he Portland toy with the Angela, wa
not be able to play, becauae of an
Injured finger. Battling Nelson, one
time lightweight champion of the
world, aaw the game.
The reaulta Wednesday were aa fol
lows; fact He Coast league Portland 4,
la Angeles 0: Ran Francisco , Sac
ramento 1; Oakland 9, Vernon 3.
Northweatern League Vancouver 5,
Portland 4; Spokane 4, Seattle 0;,Ta
coma s, Victoria 0 (forfeited).
Hun Francisco 37
Oakland ...... '. 3A
Vernon .... 34
Sacramento ........ SI
1 o Angelea ....... .01
Spokane .... ....... 33
Portland . ,
Screen Doors 2 ft. 10 in x 6
Screen Doors 3 ft. x 7 ft. i.
Adjustable Window Screens
Wire Fly Killers ,.
Wire Screen Clotk 24 Inches
Keep j " The;
. Out lf Flies
OREGON CITY, OREGON
H'V -. - V - ' ' V-1 eai.--
OLD PHOTOS OF CITY
HAWLEY COLLECTION ON EXHI
BITION IN MAIN STREET
" 'SHOW WINDOW.
In the show window of Ilurmelater
Aiuiresen are vlewa of Oregon City
taken many years ago, and which are
the property of William H. Howell,
superintendent of the Oregon City
Water Worka. Mr. Howell la a eon
of oue of the oldeat Oregon pioneer,
Joaah Howell, wno haa. the distinction
of being the oldest living member
of i. O- O. F. Lodge No. 3. William
II. Howell takea an Interest In tne
growth of the city, and these pictures
tsken bo many yeara ago'thave at
tracted much attention by "many of
tha old realrienta aa well aa thou who
have come In later yeara. -
Among the vlewa on exhibit Is Main
atreet taken from near the site of the
Oregon City 'woolen mills, ahowlng the
Chinese hotel, which was , removed
eoon after the Chinese were sent to
Portland- Another la of two boats,
which plied the river lietween Portland
and Bnlem, one of which waa In the
dry dock, the other loading flour at the
Imperial' flour mills when the proto
graphe were taken. A picture also
showa Main atreet between Twelfth
and Thirteenth atreete, and another
U a blrd'a-eye view of the business
section. There Is one of the falls be
fore the mills were built, and when
there waa an immense waterfall over
the precipice. Other vlewa are of resi
dential sections. There la also a pic
lure of the winding stairway on Fourth
ROSE SHOW PRIZES
ATTRACT BIG CROWDS
80CIETY REQUESTS ALL HAVING
BLOSSOMS TO ENTER THEM
The prises donated by the mer
chants for the Oregon City Hose Show
to be held In Willamette Hall next
Saturday were displayed Wednesday
In the windows of the John Adams
atore. Large crowoa viowea inera
day. The prlxea conalst largely of
cut glass and allverware and are un
Arrangements have been made with
the Oak Grove Girls' Band to march
lu the chlldrena' parade, and furnish
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YOU WONT HAVE TO CALL US IN TH' MORNING, MA.
tha music during the afternoon at the
rose show, Patterson Bros.' orchestra,
of Gladstone, has been . engaged to
furnish the' music at the show In the
evening. The ladlea having the ar-ratiR-ementa
of the show in charge on
Wednesday . made a request that all
persons having rosea enter them In
the exhibition. Children who will take
part In the parade are busy decorat
ing their little vehlelee. They are
taking great Interest -In the work and
the rivalry for the handsome prizes
that ate offered la keen.
C. W. NOBLITT LAID TO
REST NEAR OLD HOME
MANY FRIENDS PAY LAST TRI
BUTE TO PIONEER AND IN
DIAN WAR VETERAN
The funeral services of Charles
Winston Noldllt, Oregon pioneer and
Indian war veteran, who died on Mon
day evening at the home of bla daugh.
lei', Mra. M. J. Moreland, in thia city,
were held Wednesday morning at 11
o'clock from the Rock Creek church,
the family and a few friends of this
city leaving here at 7 o'clock, and go
Ing by team to Needy, the old home
of the deceased.
The little church, where Mr, Noblltt
formerly attended, waa crowded with
many of hla friends, who followed the
lemalna to the Rock Creek cemetery,
where brief services were held. - The
Rev. S. A. Hayworth, pastor of the
Baptist church of thia city, conducted
the services. The pallbearera, old
friends of Mr. isoontt. were Frank
Rlsh, Robert Moore, R. Cutting, Geo.
Askln. Jake Hitter. William Thomp
son, all of Needy. The floral tributes
TAFT WILL NOT ATTEND.
. WASHINGTON. June 7. President
Taft today declined an Invitation, ex
tended through Representative Laffer
ty, to attend the Astoria Centennial
In August. a
The President Bays that If Con
gress la not In aesslon, he Intends to
spend most of August at Beverley and
la declining nil Invitations for that
From 9 p.m. to 3 a.m.
Music by Nelson's Orchestra
Aotomofclle for patrons
start from Electric Hotel
at 7:30 in the evening.
Call tip Farmers
173 or Redland
-1 1 0 for ftirt er
EMPLOYE SEES MEN AT WINDOW
OP CAPTAIN GRAY'S
Sheriff Mass waa on Wednesday tn:
formed by Mra. J. T. Gray, wife of
Captain Gray, who lives near the Open
Air Sanitarium, at Courtney, that two
men had attempted to gain entrance
Into their home by climbing through
a window. They were discovered in
the act by an employe, who appeared
on the scene Just aa one of the burg
lars had started to enter the house.
"UL vuiiiuje whs uusrmeu, ana rear
ttra-therobbers were armed, did not
(approach them. He, however, gave
an alarm and the housebreakers ran
In the direction of the aanatorlum.
No description waa obtained of the
miscreants and it will be a difficult
task to And them. .
Oregon City Fair, warmer.
northwesterly winds. .
Oregon Fair, warmer Interior;
t west portion northwesterly
ELABORATE PROGRAM HAS BEEN
The faculty and clasa of 1911 of The
McLotighllu Institute will hold their
commencement exercises at McLough
lin Hall, at 8 o'clock next Tueaday
"Conquering and mt ill to conquer" Is
the class motto. The clasa flower Is
White Roue and the colors are emer
ald green and white.
The class roll consists of the follow
ing names: Irene Hanny, president;
Grace Snook, vice-president; Marie
Sheahan. secretary and treasurer, and
Mary Sullivan, Peter Rotter. Gladys
Rypozynsk'., Roy Flnnlgan, Rose Jus
tin, Hlhln Forsberg. Hazel Cole,
Georgia Edmonds and Satle Clancy.
, An elaborate program has been ar
ranged, among the featurea of which
will be an address by Archbishop
Christie. The program Is as follow:
Festival March F. Bebr
Rose Justin '11, Opal Raina '13,
Joseph Gadke, Satle Clancy '11,
Anna McMillan, Mary Nutall '12.
Salutatory . Peter Rotter, '11
From Foreign Lands . .M. Moszkowakl
Marie Sheahan '11, S. Clancy '11.
Oregon Grape. .McLoughlln Glee Club
Pastor's Nsmeday. .. .Grace Snook '11
Coeure et Fleura .... Theodore Moaea
Dan and Margaret Brady. .
Wand Drill.. Third and Fourth Gradea
Papa 'a Letter ........ Lena McMillan
Le Secret a C. Gurlltt
. Louise Sheahan, Anna Lenon,
(Rose Munch, Clara Endres,
Anna McMillan, Anna R. Tan
aer. Tommy Toniklns Minima
Rustic Logic Victor Meyer
The Troopers F. J. Bacon
Frank Bruce 'IS, Andrew Nater-
. j line., Dai Brady, Jos. ' Gadke,
Anna McMillan, Ellen McMillan,
Railroad Crossing .. James Borrowed
Dumb Bell Drill ... .Members of Class
Bird's Singing Lesson ......
Members of Clasa
Peter Rotter, Hasel Cole, Irene
Hanny, Roae Justin.
Lovely Moonlight H. Hoffman
William Sheahan, Anna Lenon.
My First Lesson...... Mary Campbell
Die Belden Uni ertrennllchen ......
, C Hoffman
Marie Sheahan. S. Clancy.
Life's Dream Class 11
Valedictory.. Gladya V. Rypctynakl '11
. . , . onrerred to we uraew
AddriHta to Clasa and People. t;i
Hla Grace Moat Rev. A. Christie. D. D.
JUNK 8, 1911.
POSTAL BANK TO
MORE THAN 110,000, IT IS BELIEV
ED, WILL BE DEPOSITED
MONEY HERETOFORE EARNED NOTHING
Many Have Paid Government For
Keeping Savlnga By Purchasing .
Money Orders First Na
tlonal New Depository.
It Is believed that the deposlta at
the Oregon City Postal Savinga bank,
which will open on June 26, . will
amount to at least $10,000 and prob
ably $15,000 the first month. Persona
making inquiry as to when the bank
will be opened and the rulea govern
Jng depositors have been numerous,
and It la assured that the department
will do a large business. A large ,
utuiiuer oi persons in mis city ana
Clackamas county have made use of
the money-order department of the
postofflce as a depository for several
yeara. They buy money orders which
cost thirty cents for a $100 year,
and keep the ordera the same as oher
persons keep deposit alips or "bank
books. Only a ahort time ago one
man Invested $500 In money orders
Instead of depositing the money in a
The first National Bank here will be
the depository for the postal aavlnga
department. Depositors will be paid
Interest at the rate of two and one
quarter per cent, and the bank will
be charged two and one-half per cent
for tne use of the money. It la gen
erally agreed here that few, If any
deposits, will be withdrawn from the
other banka to be placed tn the postal
savings bank. The deposits for the
most part. It la thought, will be made
by persons who have never before
patronized banka, and have kept their
savings at home. As a result this
much more money will be put Into
circulation. - i
Postmaster Randall went to Port
land Wednesday to attend the con
vention of postmasters. After the
convention he will familiarise himself
with the duties of the postal aavlnga
bank. He has been notified by the
postofflce department to sro to Olym
pla. Wash., on Jpne 19 to receive In
( ructions concerning the new work.
PARTY TO TAKE AUTO TRIP.
Hawleya and Mra. Puaev and Son Will
Go to California.
Mr. and Mra. W. P. Hawley, Wlllard
Hawley, Mra. George Pusey and son,
George Pnsey, will form a party to
leave thla city about June IS for Call
fornla, going In the Hawley even
passenger machine. They will viBlt
Mrs. Hawley a sister, Mrs. Caaalua
Barlow, and will also visit In other
California points before returning
home. Thla will be the second trip
the Hawleya have made by automo
bile. The first trip proved a most
delightful one. ,
" M. J. Cockrell, who had been em
ployed at Huntley Bros.' atore a: Hub
bard, haa resumed his former duties
at the store of Huntley Bros. here.
TTTHEN you invest
' in a watch, make
it a life-time investment.
Pay enough to secure a
watch that is made to
give a life-time of re
A cheap watch won't last a life
time. It cannot keep reliable
fime. That is why you must not
buy a watch by its case, for most
cheap watches have showy cases.
They are made td sell on appear
ance. You can be sure of a
Waltham movements are the
best in the world. The product
of the world's greatest watch
plant, the result of nearly three
quarters of a century of expert
ence. - ' , f
"Its Tim You Ow4 WaUhom."
With .proper care Waltham
Watch will last you a life-time
and keep you orf time all your
life. That is whv we have mad
Waltham Watches our leaders.
Waltham movements In'aU
r igradea and styles each the
best possible valne at its price
Plain or fancy cases, soua
gold nued. Drop
'watoh" with ua.
. . -.. . s .
rop in and talk
Burmeisttr & Andrcstn
J. A. MOON.
Cengraasman Whs Demands In
v. .ligation af Pofflea Matters.
RASMU88EN FARM SOLD.
B. V. Santeaaqn Buya Tract Through
8chooley A Co.
The R. P. Raamuaaen farm of ninety
acrea at Beaver Creek has been Bold
by W. F. Schooley Company to B.
V. Santeaaon. The aale Includes the
live stock and implements. The farm
Is one of the best In the county, and
la well Improved. Mr. Rasmusaen will
move to Portland. The consideration
waa $9,000. - -
Dog Owners Get Licensee. .
Many of the ownera of dogs have
paid their licenses, and aa June 15
la the last day to pay there will no
doubt be a rush to obtain licensee.
J. E. HEDGES YIELDS
TO PUBLIC SEffTlflDfT
WELL-KNOWN ATTORNEY AGREES
TO ACCEPT POSITION OF
Yielding to a unanimous sentiment,
J. E. Hedges, on Wednesday agreed
to allow the nee of hla name for school
director In District No. 62, Clackamas
county. The pressure waa so great
that Mr.. Hedgea felt It hla duty to
abide by the wishes of hla friends.
Mr. Hedges, made hla decision after
receiving the following (letter:
"We, your neighbors, townspeople
and fellow partisans for good achool
government, believing In your fitness
and qualification, earnestly desire that
you become a candidate for director,
for the five-year term, of School Dis
trict No. 62, Clackamaa County, Ore
gon, at the annual election to be held
June 19. 1911. . .
O. D. Eby, J. M. Volkmar, C. Schue-
bel, F. T. Barlow, Charles H. Caufleld
John R. Humphrey, E. M. HowelL A.
A. Price, VV.. E. Dunn, George A. Hard
ing, T. U Charman, C W. Pope, T.
A. Pope, G. W. Blgham, J. A. Roake,
F. J. Meyer, C. D. Latourette, M. D.
Latourette, I. Tolpolar, J. J. Cooke,
Jamea Butler, L' Adams, Linn E.
Jonea, L G. Ice, C. D. Roblson, C W.
Miller, George A. Brown, W. S. U Ken
C. H. Dye. John W. Loder, W. W,
Myers, R. F. Caufleld, F. Hopp, H. E.
Straight. J. E. Jack. G. F. Johnson,
U E. Williams, J. Miller, R. E. Wood
ward. F. C. Gadke. P. N. Hart, D.
Guenther, William Welsmandel, J. C.
Weistnandel, James' Roake, Q. F. An
derson, J. L. Sw afford, W. A. Huntley,
F. W. Humphrys, Harry E. Draper, J.
H. Kellogg, A. L. Beatle, Clyde Mount,
T. p. Randal), S. F. Scripture, Mr., J.
Wilson. A. B. Wllmot, John Adams,
D. C. Ely, W. A. Long. O. A. Pace, J.
H. Mattley, F. E. Albright, W. B. Staf
ford, A. Mantz, F. H. Cross, C. W.
Frledrlck, W. W. Marrs, R. W. Brown,
D. C. Baker, E. H. Cooper, E. E.
The letter of Mr. Hedges, agreeing
to accept the position If elected, waa
"Gent'emen: Your kind expression
of desire that I become a candidate
for director of School District No. 62
of thia county haa been presented to
me. and I am frank to reply that your
expression' has caused a deep feeling
of gratification and thankfulness.
While I am hopeful of relinquishing
some of my offices that occupy touch
time and that necessarily . Interfere
somewhat with my work, I do feel that
If 1 can be of assistance In any mau
ner In the educational system. It I
my duty aa a citizen to give the time.
I ahali, if the electors see fit to choose
me aa director, accept the position
and will, in the office, conduct my
self as I have heretofore done, vying
at all times to act for the best in
terest of the district, the achool sys
tem and the Intellectual advancement
of the children."
5 to 20 Acre Fara New Oregon City
We hare several buyers waiting and many ccrtinj,
If your place is for sale and the price right coca and
see as at once.
7. F. SCHOOLEY A C
Phone: Paclflq M-83. Heme A-1BS.
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Peb Week, 10 Cewtj
NEW BAR FROIJTS
COMMITTEE SAYS ALL OWNERS
HAVE NOT COMPLIED WITH
CHIEF OF POLICE ORDERED TO ACT
Delegation Calla Ditch For Sewer
Public Menace Plan ' To t V
'Catch Unlicensed Doge 'f v
le Discuss d. ;
A committee, of whlen Dr. aL C.
8tricklaad la chairman, having re
ported that some of the saloonkeepers
had not compiled with the ordinance
providing for the installing of glaas
fronta In their places, the City Coun
cil at a meeting Wednesday night In
structed the chief of police to see that
the ordinance Is enforced. Chief Shaw
will confer with City Attorney Story
regarding the matter. The commit
tee reported that several of the aa
loonkeepera had complied with the
terms of the ordinance, while others
had provided glasa fronta which tend
ed to obstruct the view of the inter,
lor. It waa also Intimated by meav
here of the council that aa -ft Caat re
sort In case the violations of the or
dinance were continued, , the offen
dera would be denied a renewal of
their licenses when they apply "for
them on July 1. - -.
An ordinance providing that the
Portland Railway, Light aV Power
Company be Instructed to screen the
passenger and freight trolley car head
Ugbts, waa passed. The company was
also Instructed to erect a sixty-foot-Instead
of a fifty-foot pole at the cor
ner of Twelfth and Main streets, and
suspend the arc light now on Main
street between- Twelfth and Thir
teenth from the pole.
A request of a, delegation from
Mountain View that a chemical n
gine be placed In that section of the
city waa referred ,to the committee on
fire and water. It is sieged that the
water supply In the auburb Is not
sufficient to give adequate lire pro
Several citlzena complained of a
ditch made for a newer at Third and
High streets, a waa contended that
the ditch bad been a menace for some
time, and Fred Metiner declared that
unleaa aoraethlng waa done eoon he
would fill op the ditch himself. . The
ditch waa described by all members .
or the delegation aa an "outrage. The
delay in completing the work was
oauaed through . the advertising for
bids. . , . ... , . .
The reports of Chief of Police 8hw
and CHy Recorder 8tlpp, which were
filed, showed that the police had been
vigilant In their search for lawbreak
ers, and that the recorder and prose
cutor had tried an unusually Urge
number of cases. James Roake waa
elected a member of the Water Board, ,
on which he had aerved one year. , Ex
Mayor CarU naked that the atreet
leading from the Wild wood Hospital
to Molalla avenue be put In better
repair. The request waa referred to
the committee on streets. - t
, Chief of Police Shaw asked Instruc
tions regarding the catching of un
licensed dogs. He wanted to know
how the dog catchers would be paid.
Thla waa referred to the committee :
on streets. . A suggestion that one day
be subtracted from the terms of city
prisoners for each unlicensed dog
caught by them did not meet wlih
much favor. In fact it seemed to be
the general opinion of the members
that the committee on streets Attend
to the matter of corrallng the doga, -
Rev. C. W. Robinson, of St Paul 'a
Episcopal Church,' asked that the
church be allowed to erect a retain
ing wall on the church property at ,
the river. The request was referred
to a committee. An ordinance rear '
latlng the hitching of horaes on the
streets, gathering of old vehicle at '
repair shops, etc., was referred to a
special committee . composed of
Messrs. Burk, Holtnan and Mvera.
Several atreet ordinances were riven
attention. . , 4 .... , .
HOWELL BUYS GRAY PLACE.
House la Modem and There la an
Orchard on Property. .
E. M. Howell, of thla city, haa nnr-
chased the place at Greenpolnt, form ,
my owneu Dy iroieBBor J. W. Gray.
Mr. Gray sold this place some time
ago to Mr. Lily, and the plane was
sold to Mr. Howell through Charles .",
launeia. wno waa trustee. The place ,
Is an excellent niece of DronertT. th '
house being modern throughout. )
There are two Iota and a fine orchard. ,
' T Lecture On Christian Science'.'
A lecture on Christian Science will
be given at the Shlvely opera house '
by Frances J. Fluno. ML D. C. 8. D .
of Oakland. Cal., on 8unday afternoon,
June '18, at J:30 o'clock.'. Frances,
Fluno e a member of the Christian
Science Board of lecturshlp of Christ .
unurcn. Scientist, Boston, Masa. - a '
Postpone Election of Teachers.
The directors f the Canemah
schools will not elect teachers until
after the election Of a director to BU '
a vacancy on June lf.