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MORNING BNTEHPKlSfc, THURSDAY," JUNK 8, 1911.
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GRADING START ON CLACKAMAS
LINE AT BEAVER CREEK
THREE CREWS ARE TO BE EMPLOYED
Difficult Work en Oregon City End
of Lint Hat Bean Finished
Graders to Croaa
Th engueer of the Clackamaa
Somber Ralway Company baa been
engaged for the last fen dajra in plac
ing the grade stakes from Beaver
Creek toward Oregwt City so that
large number of aubacrtl'ers who live
at Reaver Creek and desire to work
on the grading or the !tna can ao their
work in that locality and be closer
to their homes.
Actual clearing and grading will
commence at Beaver Creek Friday
morning, and. as the territory through
which the line is established is com
paratlvely level, the amount of labor
required to build the grade in mat
section will be very small.
The graders will start on June 15
to work at Mulino. coming toward Bea
ver Creek. There will be three crews
actively engaged In the grading work
on the line after June 15, and the
work will then progress much more
rapidly than it haa in the past.
During the last two months, all the
active operations have been done on
Jhe Oregon City end of the line, and
all that work has been exceedingly
difficult on account of the heavy cuts
and Oils that the company has made
By the end of the present week, the
graders on this end of the line will
cross the Newell Creek canyon and
the work from there on to the La-
tourette bridge will be much lighter
than It was on the north side of the
canyon, and before many weeks, the
first three miles of the heaviest grad
ing on the entire line will be completed.
A Test That Tried Two and
Found One Wanting
By T. TOVtftlSEND SMITH
Copyright by American Pveaa Aaao-
SANDY SMS WORK
COMMITTEE NAMED TO PREPARE
BLUE PRINTSW AREA
SANDY, Or- June 7. (Special)
The Sandy Commercial Club has taken
initial steps for the Incorporation of
sandy and appointed E. T. Brans, P.
T. Shelley and p. R. Beinlg to prepare
oi ue prints of the proposed ares and
get such other dsU as may be re
quired for the movement Sandy bss
about 350 residents and is s consld
erable business center. It is on the
Mount Hood automobile road and on
the surveyed route of the Mount Hood
The club also appointed M. Deaton.
P. T. Shelley and P. B, Metals; to
solicit funds for the Fourth of July
celebration. This committee reported
it naa raised 1110 so tar. EL r. Bnins
was appointed chairman of a com
mittee to prepare the park for the
Helen Stanley believed that love
should be Immortal, that true love was
Immortal. But how recognlxe true
love? If - divorce only occurred be
tween thoe who had made lunrrlages
of convenience It would argue that In
compatability was ouly to be- found
among those who married without love.
Miss Stanley knw well that nisuy
marriages between those who were In
fatuated with each other turned out
unfortunately, Possessing Ingenuity,
she hit upon a plan of determining
whether a case f love was true lve
or spurious. She treasured this plmi
In her mind for a long while, and when
Ernest Gregory offered himself to fler
and she accepted him she resolved to
put it Into practice.
I lor scheme was to hclnkc herself,
o far as her lover was concerned, out
of the world, lie was to underpin ml
that she was dead. If he loved lies
with that' love which w Immortal he
would never mate again. Having
proved that he was hers and hers only
for all eternity, whether in the flesh or
in the spirit, she would return to bitu.
and their mortal union would t a
Miss Stanley was an orphan and pos
sessed an income sufficient to enable
her to go to some remote country and
disappear. She made a will so that
after her supposed death her property
could not be administered until after
he had had time to return to life and
placed cash In a foreign bauk sufficient
for her expenses during her supposed
residence In the spirit world.
When' Mia Stanley informed her
lover that she was shout to go abroad
he waa much surprised and chagrined
GREEN & MERRILL
Surveyors and Draftsmen
All work promptly and accurate
Room 14, Matonle Btdg.
Office Phon No. 3802 Oregon
Residence Phone Main 1671
The English and
The following are registered at the
Electric Hotel: Joseph Klslbel. Holy
oke. Msss.; Rosa Klslbel. Holyoke,
Maas.VR O. Smith, Portland; N. C.
Nelson, Aurora; W. E. MHimpower,
tone; Alelvin Smith. Mr. and Mrs
A. J. Bran. Barton; Mrs. Mary U Day
Barton; M. Cavanaugh; Sir. Donals,
Mrs. S. S. Palmer.
Kenneth Mack, son of' Mr. and Mrs
O. R. Mack, is 1IL Dr. Dedman is in
A baby girl arrived at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. L. Mochberger on Fri
The maay friends of Mrs. M. T.
Mack are glad to see her out after a
two months' siege of inflammatory
Mrs. b. m. Mesnoerger received a
letter from her son Captain Eugene
Meshberger of the O. N. C, at Ban
Diago. Meshberger waa one of four
officers sent from Oregon to the seat
Mrs. .Gurley-Ogle and son, Wayne,
made a business trip to Oregon City
Lnul Mitts. Mary Barber, Mrs. P.
C. Mack, Mrs. Dentester. Miss Vers
Mack were Decoration Day visitors at
the Gurley-Ogle home.
M. H. Wood, of Portland, was In
Canby Tuesday selling stock in the
Oregon Clty-McCalla railroad.
The residence of W. H. Lucke and
Mrs. Saltmarsh are rapidly nearing
completion, and will add much to the
appearance of the town.
Mrs Gurley-Ogle has moved her
residence over on Maple street, and
has a line of carpenters engaged In
manufacturing It Into a modern home.
Mrs. Ogle has material on the ground
for erecting a handsome residence on
the site of the old home.
The citizens of Canby are planning
to park the grounds around the depot
with grass and flowers.
Mr. Fredrlcks, from Hood River, was
la Canby Friday, looking at land here.
Mr. and Mrs. c. L Creesy were in
Salem Monday to attend the com
mencement exercises of the senior
class of the Kimball College of The
ology, of which Mr. Creesy is a member.
WOMAS OOWBJSD BBS.
Very much In love with her, be felt
that the separation would be trying to
him. 8 be told him that theirs was sn
immortal love: that tbey were united
not only for this world, but for the
next Therefore a separation of a few
months should not be considered of
much moment. She realized thst after
their marriage no opportunity would
likely occur to them to travel: since be
wss tied down to the practice of bis
profession she had better make the
trip before their marriage.
A refusal to assent to this would
have been arrant selfishness, so Greg
ory gave bis consent, revolving to get
on without his love ss best be co'ild
till her return. When he bade her
goodby on the steamer be said to her
"If yon meet any one over there you
like better than me don't hesitate to
sacrifice me. I love you too well to
stand In the way of your happiness."
"Ernest." she said . Impressively
'you know that I believe In an eternal
love. My love for you is of this kind
It only remains to be seen whether
yours for me is the same. If anything
happens to me you are free to marry
another. If yon do it will indicate
that your love for me Is not the kind
that I require. But heaven grant that
your love for the wife you take may
There was something so spiritually
elevating about these words that Greg
ory felt thst if he lost her bis life on
earth would be blighted. If he had
known that his love wss to be sub
mitted to a test be would have laughed
at it as useless and absurd. He bade
his fiancee gc.odby and rushed ashore
lest his emotion get the better of blm.
Miss Stanley went to Paris, where
she ordered lier trousseau. Her lover
had shown such unmistakable signs of
constancy that she did not doubt he
would stand the test to which ahe In
tended to subject blm. At any rate,
she was resdy to tske the risk of pro
curing ber wedding garments. From
Paris she went to Gibraltar and cross
ed the strait to Tangier. There she
fitted out an expedition, to go on to the
desert of Sahara.
Two weeks later the Arabs whom
Miss Stanley bad hired for the expedl-
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lion returned to Tangier and reported
Unit robber hnd attacked the little
oimvnn. nuinlt-nsl the American Imly
traveler uud tukeu everything that lv
louucd to her. '
In reHrt!iiK the case the American
consul at Tangier said l bat Miss Stan
ley had doubtless beeu murdered by
ber own attendants: thai It' was a com
mon occurrence for a traveler to le
thus dispatched, his belonging ap
propriated, and In order to escape pun-'
lsbment the tueu he had hired would
lay the blame on the robbers thitt In
fest the desert.
When i Krtiest Gregory heard of liK
fiancee's death Jits friends feared for n
time that he would lwe his reason.
He sailed at once for Gibraltar, cross
ed to Tangier and Interviewed some of
those who bad been with Miss Stan
ley at the tlmeW the tragedy, with a
view to discovering If he could secure
the body. The rascals at once caught
on to a plan for making niouey. They
Id thnt they had buried Miss Sinn
ley's body In a certain oa.it and would
go and get It for a consideration
Gregory hired them and went with
them. Tbey dug up a corpse, but de
composition forbade opeulng the cas
ket which contained It. However, they
gave Gregory enough proof thnt thne
were the remains of the American
lady traveler to convince any one not
conversant with the Bedouin con
science. Gregory took the precious
relic to America and deposited It In
a cemetery where he could visit It fre
qnently. Within a few mouths a beau
tiful white marble shaft arose over
the grave with an appropriate Inscrip
tion. On the reverse were the word.
Miss Stanley bad tied up her prop
erty for Ave years, and tbey passed
without a word having been beard
from ber. When the time approached
for an administration of her property
attorneys employed by her different
relations began to take measures for
a division of ber estate. , One morn
ing Gregory, who was living a life such
as she had indicated she would have
him live, waa treasuring her resting
place op earth and looking forward to
his reunion w,lth ber In besven. One
day be was laying flowers on ber grave,
and. looking up. be aaw a woman
and a little girl between three and
four years of age gating at him.
Are you Helen In the flesh or Helen
In spirit?" he asked.
Whether flesh or spirit, the womaa
covered ber face with ber bands.
Mamma." cried the little girl.
"what's the matt err
Gregory advanced and, taking the
woman's wrists In his bauds, exposed
Tea. you are Helen." be said, "and
Mamma, come away."
Mamma!" exclaimed Gregory. "Is
this your mnmma 7"
les. Come, mamma; let us go
away from here."
I see it all." wailed Gregory. "You
left me to submit me to a test. You
wished to know If my love for you
ss of that Immortal kind you covet
ed. I-ook f" pointing to the shaft and
the flowers on the grave. "Are you con
When be ceased to speak there was
only alienee. Then, with an effort, his
tone changed. Taking the child In his
arms, be kissed ber and said:
"Pardon me. little one. for troubling
your mamma. It Is all over. Come.
let us go sway from here: the skI
Iieading the child.' he stnrted down
path that led to au exit from the
cemetery, the woman walking beside
blm. ISefore entering the crowded
street he stopped and snld:
"One word. As I hsve lived so live
I always. What with you has been
mortal with me is everlasting."
Then tbey passed from the lnciosiire
he never entered agnln.
Helen Stanley during her trip to the
desert crossed the path of a yomu
American traveler. She confided to
him ber Intention to disappear from
the world, and he helped ber to carry
It out His own men by his order at
tacked her party and drove them
away. Then the white man and the
white woman Journeyed together to
Tripoli. Before reaching that city
Miss Stanley found that she bad met
her true mate. Deeply In love, she
bad no thought of applying a test.
Indeed, she dared not do ao. fearing to
lose the man whose being was as nec
essary to ber as the air she breathed.
The period of ber effort to remain
faithful to ber Immortal love in Amer
ica was of brief duration. They were
married before leaving northern Afri
ca, and Ernest Gregory waa left to
cherish the rotting corpse of a daugh
ter of the desert
The wife would probably hare re
mained buried for the rest of her life
had It not been that children came to
her, and It became necessary for her
to come to life In order to transmit to
them tbelr Inheritance. She bad lived
in countries where ahe waa not liable
to be henrd of till It became neces
sary for her to return to America to
prevent her .property being given to
clamorous relatives. She had return
ed Incognito, and. having beard that
her "Immortal" lover had erected a
abaft over ber remains, ahe had been
snzd with a morbid curiosity to dis
cover the troth. She hsd fonnd him
at ber grave and decided to take ber
punishment then and there.
Gregory remained wedded to an Im
mortal tore. There wss nothing
worldly In It ' .The woman be bad
loved died before blm and left him a
share of ber property. But he declin
ed to accept It, turning It over to ber
children. Fie bad been disappointed
In bis worldly love, and w.Ub bis spir
itual love those things which pertain
to earth could have nothing In com
mon. He died as ha dad llsd In a
wedlock of t be soul. ..
y IOMMT CLARK.
1118 year win wart toe great
est season ot poio p(iu r
010. til Aiuerna. Ibis is due
UMluly to tutf tsi l (Usl toi to
oral tllli iu iweuiy 10 iw ear Id
loienmtH.ua iusiIviimv tup, iu
xrvMiml or all kio irvpliieo. win l
avteUdeU 0) MU AtueOiSU Iwtm I lie
pl tor It will M livid uu lis I iv v suit,
aud cltlswlta ul 111 lulled Males uiuj
haw a cbaoc lo w in cuniesi no
out a trip across lue wii. I U
fames are sciieOiiieo lo is- pia.teu i
Mvadowbruok -iut grounds. uiuury,
N. .. May 81. Juuv 3 and ..
tiince l.vx wneii the Aiiivrs so up
was wou by an c.usiti lesiu at
port, K. I., Ibr uisliOes USVr l-U
played tu KugiaiHl. out in vniori ol
Harry tayu ttbitusy sua uis lemu
last year brougui me cup tuna tu tois
Both lb KtirflixD ami American
tesui have iloii utosl ol liiir pre
mutuary praciKe at UakwuHl. V t .
where, on actvuut wl Us ssnUy suli
and mild cliuiale. I he lio seaauu
usually itiuiutvuc 1 her, ou lbs
Gould, vslaiv, .are two splendid. DeKla,
and thus Ibe lulertiattoiisi lesius uave
ttwvt) eusMed lo pravtK-v without lo
lerfertag wiio scu otnr In in least.
Every facility baa been given 10
hUigiiabmen to get Into form.
A number of our besi polo players,
who. however, are not likely to flgure
In the International niaiche. were
staying at likswood. and tbvy formed j
scratch teaine from day to day so lust
the visiting team would not lack for
opponent, lo the same way team
were mad up in order to give the
Meadowbrook players practice.
Asneeiean Titrn Sense aa 1909.
The 'America o team wnlcb will de-
feod the t-up litis rar I 'made up of
the meu.wbo woo It tn 'iuou at II ur-
Ungham. Kagiuod Tbey are Lawrence
Waterbury iNo K J M. Waterhury.
Jr. i No. 2k Harry Payne VVbvtoe) iNo
Si and D. Unburn ibaikt. Ibe autmU
tutea are Louis Stoddard. .Mako4m Me
venaon sod K. J Collier.
The members of the Kngilsb tsm sr
Captain K. VY. Harmt. Captain !.
lie Cheat. I.leuteoaoi Vv .
Palmes, Captain U. 11 Wilson. I .leu
tenant A. .V Kdwarda sod Captain
It will be seeo by this lineup thai the
contest will be fought hm iwiwet-n ,4
fleers ot the Brttian ariuv and i-ulitetia
of the Cnlted States lu ti rouiest
In Ilurtlnghaiu in liati. when the
Americana won. the British team ws
made up. ot three civilians and ooe
It remains to be seeo whether ibe
present lineup will be more effective
than the wid one. The fait ibat the
men wbo will compos the team were
Ready to Clash
bead man In the polo fleld than Urry
Waterbury. tie la a strong and sg
greseive rider, with line coiniuaud of
the mallet. Ill Ureal sireiigtn en
ablea mm to drive tbv ball niaiiy yards
aloute la a Cine backstop for brother
Larry III support of Larry's play l
very effective, tie haa enabled his
brother to wiu many a goat b gonl
checks on (he attacka made by ID op
W hitnwy, ibe captain ol the team, by
Bis advice aud suggesihtua dunug lb
rtxxos OV Amertces Press Aaaociatm.
Two or AHaaicaa aasAawt r la is us.
Pboto br Amerloaa Press Association.
two si a as or asausa rsAH
sought lu all comer ot the British
empire shows that Britisher are In
deadly earnest 10 win back Ibe cup this
year. Tbey bar sent veer their beat.
Cheap and Lloyd Great Players.
Cbeape and Lloyd are greet play
trs Tb former bss a worldwide
leputatlou as a pololst Ue cau play
Any position, but Is particularly effec
tive aa ih bead man.' lie waa ae-
period of piay aa neiped bla tuata
to victory uu msny ovcsaiou.
Mil bum tn Orseiest .
la D. alii bum Ilea Ibe Gibraltar of
the Amencao team's scrvngtu. tie is
tba greatest back ever uo s pokj
team. Every polo player com-edew ibi.
even the eipert Brltlaberm Time and
again ibe men from across ine big
pond nave aald Ibat Mil burn has uo
equal piaylug ibat particular tusltloo
MLIburo la a big man. weighing when
la rondliioo rluse 10 pound He
la iremvbdouaiy strong aud a dsshlog.
reckiew rider As back Is I lie prin
cipal poslUoa of Ibe 1 a ate It cau read
Uy be realised thai Mllburu'a presence
00 the learn l'a valuable asset 10 the
American' Ira m.
The Brltlsn challengers never have
played aa a team -some ot iheui never
bad seen woe another play before tbey
met al lkewood eonie weeks ago
and Ibey are playing strange pouiee,
at least all but Captain J Uardrees
Lloyd and Captain II. II. Wilson. Ho
It aeeiua aa if tbey will bave lo be
decidedly suierior Individual players
In order 10 win ibe cup. IVrhspstbey
are sucb crscker)scks that ibey ran
do It. But a wbole lot of foika lo Ibie
country are from Missouri.
These are points lu wo Kb the Amer
ican cup defenders bave the advao
tags In tbe impending International
games. Tbey bave played loewDer a
a team for three or tour years, and
money baa not been to rutiih
tbe world tor ibe tieai ponies fur
tbem Tbelr learn wors and tbelr
mounts are believed 10 approach per
Tbe condition of the International
matches are aa follows: Tbe best of
three matches 10 he played on the
ground and under the roles of tbe
country for the time being holders of
tbe cup Teams selected, respectively
by tbe flurllogbsm hIo committee
and islnre 1001) by the Polo Assorts
lion of A merles.
Instituted Wd for an Americao In
ternational challenge cup presented by
tbe Westchester Polo club of Newport.
Pel Fascinating Oams
Few people understand the game ot
I polo. It la Ibe fastest and probably
tne costliest when an Internationa
series Is 011 is pis I'nio is pla v-d on
horseback with long bandied mallets,
which are from fifty to flity-sli inches
In length, and a ball about fonr Inches
In diameter., painted whit, of wuiow
wood The ball In not played with tbe
end of the mallet
If you ever stood close to the rail
at a race track wheo a field of bones
cam racing past snd disappeared In
a cloud of dust in ibe twinkling of an
eye and if you ever bave piaved hock
ey on me ice or have watched s first
Class game of lacrosse, tbeo just con
Jure up a mirage of hockey played on
race boraes snd you will bare a pretty
xair idea or the terrific speed, (be
breathless excitement snd the thrilling
danger or a twentieth century game
of international nolo Ibal la belne
piayea ror blood," or. more politely
peaking, for "the cap"
The official betgbt of the ponies la
fourteen and three-quarter bands, and
Us ted 10 preference to Grenfeli. wbo ! tD am Playad In eight periods of
showed here Isst summer that" be wit seven and one-half minutes eacb. The
one of the greatest players that ever " r Polo field la wou feet long and
came across the ocean Lloyd la ibe ,u breadth 40U feet. Ponlea are cbaog
captain of ibe team and piays the pu- M p,,tD "rb period,
altlon tit back.
Tbe American players bere hsve
proved their worth 00 msny polo fields
of the United Stales and Kngiaud
Larry Waterbury. Monte Waterbury.
H, P. Whitney and Dave Mllbnro were
ihe men wbo wou 1 De enp, and' tbey
will deiend It. There la no greater
Cuba Have Classy Clubhouse.
The Chicago Cuba claim tbe classiest
clubhouse in the big leagues. It con
tains a piano, writing desks, phono
graph well stocked bookcases and
soma other frills.' In addition to mod
ern plumbing la tbe baths.
teal Ertat Tranafsrs.
The following are the real' estate
transfers that have been filed In the
office of the county recorder:
John gwenson to Christian and Em II
Ellason, 39 8-7 acrea of sections 9 and
10, township B south, range 1 east;
John W. Loder and Grsce B. Loder
to Rebecca Dubres, lot of block S,
Falls View addition to Oregon City; fl.
Henry and Willis Ingalls to Thomaa
11. Brents, all of west half of section
22, township 4 south, range 1 east; $1.
K. C. Chapman, J. A. Talbert and
J. iCLandes, trustees Clackamas Cem
etery Association to Prank, u.- Ballev.
lot of block ill, and the soetb. ia,-j)
feet of lot 112. Clackamas Cemetery:
A. B. Pollard to Alex LaDuke and
Luclne LaDuke, 112 acres of sections
13 and 14. township 3 south, range 1
J. B. and Mabel C. Pllklngton to
Clackamas County, land In section 19,
townahlp 2 south, range 1 east; II.
R. P. and Slna Rasmussan to B. V.
and 8. Banteason, land In section 23,
township 3 south, rang 2 asst.
Hazel' Tooee to William M. Smith,
lota 1, 2, 7, I, block 93, Oregon Cltyt
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