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gueeerletleno for the Morning e
a l-ierprlee will be received for
a. only a limited time at a special
I r(te. Sand In your order today
and get benefit of lew prlca.
a . The only dally newpapor fc 4
a twoan Portland and Salom; airaoy a)
a lata In every aactlon af Cteaka
a ma County, with a populate of ' "
a 10,00a Aro you an advertlee-f .
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED. I8 60
VM No. 13:1.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, 'SUNDAY, JUNE 11, 1911.
Peb Week, 10 Cents
THOUSANDS Of CHICAGO WORK
ERS StCK RELIEF IN
-CITY'S STREETS LIKE HUGE JENS
ecy,on Staamara Do Big Bualnaaa
Taking Suffarara To Many
Out of Town
t'HK'AGO, June 10 - Hcoie have
l.,.i, pro'tracted and eleven are dead
no 4 result of heat, wave. Amoug
tlidhf prostrated were Mra. Mary A.
( 'u y, wliu Mlllml III Chicago when
ilu. Indiana warn here, rlhe wan SO
jnitK tld and waa a slater of (Jen-,-.rl
Ui'lu-rt W. Ilealy. r. A. A., aad
. T. Healy, former United gtutea
iuii tuaMtrer here, ..
After a night that save Ilitlu relief,
ith the mercury standing at 83 de
gri.d ut midnight. Chicago waa like
Jrtfa NEVER XWS&3''
mill ( A MojQuiTOrv!.,Tr
TMg QNE$ WE HAVE TO TELL.
Tlui Di'siuml IkjIcI m oooil
IuiikU at ever vverc fir lit.
Keep (u1lie cjfiine .
in uii early ,umIu .
Tlnnituiida of downtown worker,
rrl'i"-d ly Saturday holiday prece
dent. Docked through the torrid cull
uiik 'between the imii office buildings
.ii uuun Mild hurried to Ihu parks, lho
ricnrkinii ateamera and plareawTiere
it ill penned temporarily cooling
Tlie dead In today's heal wave are:
Umpire! Gallfrleud, died auddenly at
home. William Beye, C2 yeara old,
died ufmr falling over a railing at
his hm. while dlxay aa the reault of
bratr Mra, Mary A. Ceaey, 0 yeara
old died at'her home from the heat:
Mr A KHngbell. 70 yeara old, fell-f
downstairs whlla faint from teat and
instantly killed; Mra. U Klbba,
' ti yeva old, fell downstairs after be
ing overcome by heat aud died aoon
afterward; Julia Laughlln. died aud
dnily after complaining of tha heat:
Mrs Catherine Quarry. 70 "ars old.
died at home; Kva Chllae, died arfer,
being overcome by heat; Mra. Call
Krlete, 53 yeara old,, proetracted at
Wilson and Evanaton avenuea, died at
Kavenawood Hoapltal. Mra. Suaan
Miller, 35 yeara old; Frank K. Morrla.
4(1 yeara old, dwek aergeant at Deerlng
Street I'ollce Station.
mas cwiLBir -
vrt-nrLinftiLU dt WALI vy UUUWLL
If Uteres a bug with exist
Its ct cinch that til name
Is Ci'nex Lectularius
iTKe tnctiority of men htive
wisliboneA Insluid of Lklck-I
Dont sleep on your back J
ii Indues nigKtmare . Dont
lrv ew urvir loft rm lwt1
kcwf Print !n
Ion tne rldtit as it affects
l1li rirrtnrl(v! nnriT Icft
r 9 - - u.w r - I
onjyrotxr stomach; Keep AwarceJ
SHUT THE DOOR.HE'S IN I
Wriy Is it always the man
wUh n Icice like Thw who
makes t lie aoo-doo eyes
aT Ttte good lookers 7
aplHfoRoonoV- J vll HELP30ME LI 1 HOWiTZERWO
T AND WHISTLING "--t- wua ,JL A CERTAIN PARTY L yMAT 7 Js'
J TMf. SAME. UScJ TS SEPARATE DY SOB OF
I " tUNVT0,0' i TTT1 -MR0M Wywi5TLtp S A 0Nt LEVEL
lj JLX Cs1X I'EtUli would you
iWOst4 TJSCtf FY WOULD IT BE RIGHT l
gP J g j IAi rHOCKIN
LKTar-T iLW . II ajaaa I. l I w LrfTrir jt A ib,AV- fi
SUSPECT HELD HERE IS SILENT
DURING MOST TRYING
:NrgBQOB ORThE LIWPOWNHAvTURE OF SOMrlMATfBbNfi t
Oregon City Fair and contlnu-
e, warm; variable eaat wlnda. j
a Ongon Fair and continued i
warm; variable wlnda. j
NAVAL RESERVE IS
PLANNED FOR CITY
MEETING CALLED FOR JUNE 20
TO OROANIZE LOCAL
CRUISE ON BOSTON PROBABILITY
Reaerve Band Promiaed Often on Drill
Nlghta E. C. Dye la Placed
In Charge of Arrange-mente.
, . a crula to Cooa Hay and fuget
. . . I 8mnd aboard the I'nlted Statea crul
n tnr 1 I f C C CI n -iih th Portland. Oregon.
tUniL ANU 3LL v. of the N.va. neaerve la what
w v . m mm vouna men of Ore-
llv fluhf tier, tracta of rich level ' ' v.,. ..i th thrill of
or l lie u)ninircit lmu vt w n. v.
Pye at onre, and to meet aa requested
at the time and place dealgnated.
LARGE BERRY GROWER IN CITV.
R. 8. Coe Saya Warm Weather la Rip
ening Fruit Faat.
K. 8. Coe. of Canby, waa In thla city
on Saturday, having come to attend
the Roae ahow. He la a member of
the Roae Hoolety. Mr. Coe la one of
the prominent atrawberry growera of
thla county, having three acrea In
irau'iu.rrv ilunl Jncludlna alz var
ieties, which are Clarkea Seedling.
Maonea, Ganda, Iovett, Senator Duo-
lap. Iron and riaa. Mr. ioe win nve
over two toiia of herrlea thla year,
and the preaent weather la rlenlng
Ihein very last. He win amp oerpe
to thla city for the local'marketa on
Monday morning. He made hla first
shipment last Thuraday.
FINDS LODGING HERE
BIG CROYIDS PAY
HOMAGE TO ROSE
POSSIBLE THAT HE IS SHAMMING
Prlaoner At Hilleboro Declares That
He la Portland Bualnaaa
Mln Women Annoyed
ulth twn Kinnncli undnr arrest, but
with virtually tin incriminating evi
dence agalnHt them, tne police auth
oritiea. oL .Clackaraaa and Multnomah
countiea are ami wunoui a utngiuie
lna as In th Identity of the slaver
of William Hill, his wife, and the lat
ter a two lime calldreo by a former
husband at their home near Arden-
wald station. Every sheriff, deputy
sheriff and police officer throughout
the atate haa been searching for the
fugitive, but without avail. That a
man could commit aucn a allocking
crime, and escape without leaving the
allghtest clue Is amazing to even the
police authorities, and although the
slayer haa had plenty time in wnicn
in rot far a wav from the scene of the
rltn m-tth tha nnaalna- of each hour.
a more determined effort la maae u
Little Evidence Against Men.
ThA imner.ta under arrest are Eu
gene Kichtlinger, of Portland, at Hllla
hor. Washington County, and a man
in rkrovnn Pity. . vho haa from the
time of Ma capture refuaed to answer
any questions. Whether he can speak
and will not, or la a mute, me pouc
are undecided. That he can hear la
evidenced by the. fact that he doea
whatever he la told to do. Tne autn
iiim tha avtdnnce aratnst Klcht
iinirar ! mora damaKinc tnan againai
the man here, and Sheriff Maas will
nmhahiv m to HUlaboro . today - ro
mhasi nn ttia nriaonar.
Deputy Sheriff Milea arresiea me
prisoner, In Jail here. Saturday after
noon on the tracKa or tne oouioern
Puolfln naar Mllwaukle. i v lien ap-
proached by the deputy Sheriff the
man at first reluaea to nau. rinmij
The policy of any store is a matter of
importance to every customer of that
store. Some retailers Buy always in the
cheapest market.1 Our policy is to buy
rather in the dependable market, to stock
goods that we can hand with confidence
to our customers. For instance: In the
photographic line we cleave to the Kodak
goods, because we are sure they are right.
Folding Pocket Kodak
, They are now and for years
have been the leaders in the
hand camera field. Kodak '
simplified photography and
the folding Pockets simplified
the Kodak. They stand for
all that is best and simplest
in picture making $10 to $20.
Brownie Cameras $1.00 to $12.00.
Bur mcistcf & Andresen
Oregon City Jewelers Suspension Bridge Corner
ASSESSOR NOT TO BLAME.
Booka Show That P. R- L. aV P. Com
pany Waa Duly Aaaeaaea.
It developed Saturday that tne
County Asseasor'a office was in no
way to blame for the Portland Rail
way. Light tc Power Company not get
ting In nronar tlma tha tax bill for
re 1 useu iu nan. r itia.. i -' o --- ' -
but when asked by the the canal and locks at tha falls of the
POSTMASTER FR1EL "
nilED FOS ASSULT
land H 4 mile from Oregon City llmlta.
Fronte on Molalla road and la on the
electric line being built from Oregon
City to Sllverton. I will aell you
either tract for $700 and glva terma.
I own thla land and know the value of
land. Thla la the beat bargain to be
, had In Clnchamaa county. I have a
fiiiif f.o acre tract on fine road 8 mllea
from Oregon City, 5 mlloe from Canby.
Will trade for city property anywhere
from Oregon City to Portland. Olve
nip a deal or you will alwaya wlah
you had. Call Room 11 Stevena Hldg.,
i-, . Box 203.
A Ml ' -
We're "trotting out" a "etrlng of
favorltaa' In th men'a clothing bual
naaa In this olty.
Tha ona beat bat of that day la tha
Popularity Race In tha L. System
hand . tailored aulta for man. and
Wa are alwaya undar the wire flrat
on rrtan'e wearablea. Lat ua ehow
Net Uke Othera
Ki tad Malai -.
. i..n.. iinffllnc tnrougn ineir
...... " -
velna. A meeting haa been called for
i..na 2n at 8 o. m.. to be neia in iu
Armory here fr the purpose of dla-
ciiHstng the situation of tne Jnbvb
.i.. ... mrtv men who will
. jiti.inn will be formed here
and auppllea will be placed tn the
Armory for tne uae oi in.
.. ..... nrn citv. who la an
. inrtrmaster In the port'
land DIvlalotiB, haa been appointed to
look up the altuatlon here unornciauy
nd .ea what can be. done In the way
of recruiting membera for the dlvl
niwiainn To B. Equipped.
Should the company be organised
... .......,v annlnment of rifles
. i.i akhres. boats, eto., will
k. forthcoming. A launch from the
Roston will be stationed at Oregon
City, should the division be organU
. .ii .iriiia will he held In the
: . .r. " n .ard Armory. It
ureKou ou"- - - ,,h
. .i..nni in firm one. a " i "
Ii".":" 7." nV; and the Oregon
Hty Division would have the aame
Drlvllegea of an annum "-'' -"
Erca?ahl. aervlce aa the Portland
In the Portland Divisions are nituu
man wallra nf life. MO-
rhanlra nt avary kind and all
othera And It tn their ad
vantage to be In. the aervtce and It
hla tn th'a man nf fittmn nit v. The
Boston will be the headquartera of all
the Oregon Divisions when In Port-
Innd and man Will find tha nnilaar a
congenial place - to make their Port
land rendezvoua. Club life aboard the
cruiser la one of the moat Interesting
n tha organisation. The fact
la the social opportunltlea of the Re-
..a imMI T DouuiBr. ana
Reaarve Band To Play.
The reaerve band will play for the
Oregon City Division on drill night
when. It can he ao arranged. One of
the features of this summers "
aboard the Boston wll be jl"""'
to the Astoria Centennial. wur
visions in Oregon are Portland As
toria and Cooa nay. urenu
come In for the cruise If the dlvlalon
fsTganlr-ad In time Tha Doaton , 1.
the famous Flagship , of Admiral
ThY'oall for volunteers In Oregon
City asks that those taW"B'
n their name 16 the Superintendent
WILLAMETTE HALL FRAGRANT
WITH PERFUME OF MYRIAD
CHILDRENS' PARADE WINS PRAISE
Hundreds Cheer as Unique Pageant
Pastes Through 8treet Many
VISITORS TO fUHluanu vvms iw
OREGON CITY TO
That it waa with difficulty all vlnl-
m ih. Pnrt and Rose Festival
found accommodations la evidenced by
the large number of persons wno came
to Oregon City earn nigm 10 get a
ilrk.a tfl alitan. Tha local hotela and
several boarding hotisea were filled to
their capacity eacn nignt witn pto
a.t.n Hariarad that owlna to the im
mense crowds In the metropolis tney
were unable to obtain accoinmooa
Tha nuurnnur hairan comma tnls way
Tuesday night, and every night there
after the laat trolley cars and even
t,. smitharn Pnclflp imssenger train,
which arrlvea here early In the morn
ing, brought a "limner oi persona. oi
nna fir them coniDlalned. however, and
all declared that they were lucky In
finding accommodations ao near 10 me
TO LAY CORNERSTONE
PERCIVAL MEMORIAL LIBRARY
The Rev. C. W. Robinson, rector of
St. PauCa Episcopal Church, will de
liver tha address at the laying of the
cornerstone of the Henry R. Perclval
nt...M 1 Ihrarv at 4
b'clock next Saturday evening at, the
corner or lsintn alia Bpnna - irB,
Portland. The library la the gift of
Mlsa Catherine perclval who la spend'
Ing the summer at the home of Mr.
Robinson, in memory of ner Drotner.
Mr Rnhlnson waa asked bv the Bishop
of Oregon to make the address at the
laying of tne oorasrsaxax)
Among the various things of Inter
est that will be deposited In the cor
nerstone will be papers relating to
the diocese of the present time, and a
sketch or Dr. Perclval, written by Mr.
Robinson. i -no .
The Rose Society of Oregon City
Saturday held the most successful
rose ahow In the history or Clacka
maa County. The city was crowded
witt. vlaltnrs. and the streets from
...lu In vtia mnmlnv until late Bt
muj ti ..iv . . . . n
night presented an animated appear
noa nna nt tha features of the
festival was the Children's parade
which started at 1 o'clock, mere
were thirty-two little floate, consist-
iimrail dnsrarts. wheelbar-
rows, doll bugsles. bicycles, tricycles
and wagons. Utile noys ana gina
garlanded with roses drew the little
vehicles througn me sireeia.
The Oak Grove, Ulna uano, lurnisnea
i.- n-in Thla hand also furnished
UIO II I i v . "
. v. . tha p i Ma show In the ai-
uv iiiudiv a. -'-- -
ternoon and Patterson Bros, uano, oi
Gladstone, furnished the music In the
Rose Show Prlxe Winners.
The following were the awards:
Soctlbn A. Class Tea Best collec
tion six red rose, Mrs. V. H. Howell;
beat collection six white rosea, Mrs.
W H. Howell; beat collection six yel
i... rooa. mm h. H. Walker: best
w" -- ... ,,
collection six pink roses, Mrs. v. n.
Howell- general collection 12 roses,
each separate variety. Mrs. David Cau-
SeVtion B, Class Hybrid Tea Best
nine pluk roses, three varletlea, three
each. Mra. Roslua Fouts; best nine
yellow rosea,, three varletlea, tnrew
each. Mra. J. H. Walker; general col
lection 12 roses, each a aeparate var
iety. Mra. O. B. DiraicK.
aL..,..n r riasa Hybrid Perpetual-
Heat eight white roaea. one variety, J
... i iVi rad rraAX. .
Mra. K. earner; urm --
one variety, Mrs. Nleta Barlow Law
rence; best eight red roses, four var
letlea two each. Mra. J. U. Walker;
beat general collection 12 roses, each
a aeparate variety, Mrs. George A.
8ectlon D. Class Climbers, Ram
blers excepted-Beat eight yellow
roses, one variety. Mrs. W. H. Howell;
best eight red roses, one vsrlety. Mrs.
J. J. Cooke: best eight white roses,
one variety. Mrs. U U Pickens; best
eight pink roses, one variety. Mra. U
L. plckena; best general collection,
It roses, six varletlea. two- or each,
Mrs J. B. Falrclough.
Section En Class Mixed varletlea
Beat eight white mn,c n!,
David Cauneld; best alght pink La
France rosea. Mrs. A. Knapp; beat
eight UHich Brunner roaes, Mra. B. r.
Linn heat eight Gloria Lyonalse
rosea. Mrs. Fred McCausland.
Mrs. Pickens Oeia Taatout Prlia.
Sectlpa F, Class Testouta Best 25
Caroline fes touts. Mrs. U U Pickens;
deputy sheriff where he waa R"onS Willamette. The property was assesa-
and bla name ne maae no repiy. n . . d -h.
Urn.a. 1 ii u ttah iT tha WPira - -
Jack'm office show thai
KeiHO, wno mio w uuuio w i
.. . . m I Mllovaa taan Ll.. , e aalrAn Thai mm
tain anyining iruiu uuu. m.io iu grcaicoi w
brought hla prlaoner to Oregon City, BeB8or haa nothing to do with the col
ha local authori- . .. . ..
..... .v.. ".r. . , W,h ectlon or tne taxes, ana u m
Ilea tried to make him talk, but with-
nnt success. -
. . ..l. . I Hands tnat tne oversiBni. w bw
man eiue. w . ,
and out the prlaoner tnrougn -, ,
"third degree." but thla did not cause company
li- 1 1 .. IKn'f I
him to ureaa ma tons; ..... u...k.j ...1.. ni .
every tnree minuiea n wuum waia - - -- - - ...
the waah-baaln In the aherlffB office Joseph Pesha 11 ha. filed a au It for
inc vtaon aeaoi w rfivnrp asrunst Annie P so all to
Hliu tesnv u"-n '
do ao. vvnen ano -- ---- ,--,. da.art-d him without
t. Uk ttiaa uiii ram t m n hiiliii wju i '-
.Vi" ...iad irlothlna. which covered cause. He la repreaented by Gordon
11,0 DV" " . " . II? UaVAfl
.u- Kritoai ha Hirl nnt cnanze exDrear - vv-.
IIIC Ua aiw -
. nr. m tha ipaat. The nrlaoner waa
crhlv axamlned and the only
spots found on hia clothing were on
ih. fmnt nf hla coat. Theae could
k.... kaan mada hV blood. it IS
thought, but they look more like br-
ji ..a innii Tha smtS. hOW'
UIHBi; icaow ' -
vr will be given a more, careful
Prisoner May Ba Shamming
aho-i oiavans. noon hla departure
for Portland, aaid that the man was
a strange character, -ana aaviseu ma.
he be held for further developments.
.. .u..k. tha .iriuonpr waa t'tner
suffering from a temporary mental
a . nr in shamming. II
JURY FINDS CHERRYVILLE MAN
IS'GUILTY OF STRIKING
John T. FrleL poatmaater at Cherry
ville, was found gnlUy of assault by
a Jury In Justice or the Peace Sam
son's court Saturday, and fined 235.
The charge waa preferred by Wealey
Strucken. a well-known fanner. WHO
Uvea near CherryviUe. He charged
that while he waa walking along the ,
road near hia home, Friel passed In a
wagon and struck him In the face with
a horsewniD. rne men ui nw
enemies for several years, and have
had several quarrels,.
. The trial of tne case consumed the
entire day. and about a dosen wit
nesses were examined. The Jury was
composed of W. W. Bradley, 8. Kup
penbender, Ed. Fortune, F. D. Cox,
J. C. Bradley and Charlea B. Burns.
oaoeoaoeooeooeoeoa)oaa. ooo oeoaoaoaoeoeoaoaoe
5 to 20 Acre Farms Neat Oregon City J
We have several buyers waiting and many coming.
If your place is for sale and the price right come and g
see us at once.
. tit m r-TTrT TZir p. r r i i
o phone: Paclflo M0, Home A-156. 612 Main St. Oregon City.
TContlnned on Page .f
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i i 1
x 6 ft. 8
au latron la tha rnfta. he. In all proD-
. i oui.n, admlttnd that MMMaaiaMaaaaaMaaaaaBaBaMaMaaaaaaBBBaaaaaWaSBS?T"
state, piieiiu o'"" - - - -
the auspect waa one of the most stub
born men he haa ever fncouu f.
In hla work of ferreting out criminals.
County Phyalclan Norrla, after an
examination of the prlaoner, said that
he waa evidently Buffering from aome
mental strain and that he believed
he was temporarily deranged. He,
said the tmllcatlona were not favora
ble to the man being the one wanted
for the crime, but urged that he be
held. If for no other reason, than for
his own safety.
Suspect Poorly Dreted.
The suspect la poorly dressed, about
five feet elfCht Inches tall, and weighs
about 135 pounds. When captured he
wore two palra or trousers, two
shirts, and In hla hip nocketa he car
rled an extra pair or shoea which are
loo small ror him. The authorities,
however, could not connecr them i In
any way with any member or the Hin
family. The man had nlnety-flve
cents, a email coll or wire, a blue
handkerchler. and several small sea
shells were round In one or his pock
ets. His hair la sandy and hla atubby
beard and muatache are badly In need
or attention. ' -
Sheriff Maas In his conversation aht
night with 8herlff Hancock, or HUla
boro, was Informed as to the actions
or Klchtllnger. The man had been
acting strangely In the outsk'.rta or
the town and aeveral women com
plained that he annoyed them. He
was trying to make hla escape when
Sheriff Hancock In hla automob lie
overhauled him. A notebook contain-In-
the namea and addressee or -v-'",
."(Continued on Page S.) ,
Setter all Bard-
wood 3ft. 6 in.
OREGON CITY, OREGON
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