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? Th only dally nowopow fco
twoen Portland and Solera el rat
, e litn lit ovory oaotloft of Ctoaka
t mat County, with a population of
30,000. Aro yov an aeVertJaerf o
will e received for
' '"I T limited !" ' '
mn4 In yeur order today
"JoTMiim of tew prlo
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISH ED 1 1 S66
V01-. 1-No. 139.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, H UNI) AY, JUNE 18, 1911,
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MUST TELL STORY
CONORE" INSIST UPON HEAD OF
" CHURCH TESTIFYING IN
OTHERS :SU CGESTED TO TM STAND
j,Mph F. Sm'th Urges, aa Excuse
. Homo Obligation Officer to bo
Snt For Him H
'WASHINGTON. Juno 17. Joseph K.
jmlth. "t CltT' """d ' lna
gurtuon Church, muat come to Wash
ington u testify U'foro tho Huum
(OOimlH.B Investigating tbo Sugar
Vit regarding his connection with
t I''"" Idaho Sugar Company Re
aving T' a meaBago from Mr. Hmllh,
string dial an attack of rheumatism
Md btilrma obligations would pro
nil hla appearance) here, Chairman
Hidl k of tho committee, aont tbla
baa determined to havo
your testimony; tho only question left
l will you come un ine nn wiipuui
NbprnH, or ahall wo send an officer
is left you? I'lesse answer at once."
gothr Man Suggested.
Id bis iiiviimio to Mr. I lard Irk, tha
kftd f ho Mormon Church aald:
-Tie sugar Industry In t'tah and
4ho Ih ono of the groat blessings
ia tht people of irione slates. Tbo
am In management are capablo and
koont men any ono of whom can
(v you all th Information th. I
ind more. In reference to tbo
xallt of tbo buatnoaa
l m alwava wllUna to give evl
I... in ana hmlnni with which I
in " . - "
tm connected, but my obligations here
aik It exceedingly difficult. If not
laposslble for'mo to roach Waahlng-
m by tbo iza.
ruminant Men Summoned.
I.I.H II Rmllh ono itt tho trtil
tVi'i of th church, a director and
aenlwr of the Utah-Idaho Bugar Com
ftmy, la now In the Bant and could,
ifhmit nnaa. lo tha covontment.
awl your committee and anawer queo-
iiobi aiiktd lioaldca. Mr. Smith la
i u kaitliK In mn to WaahiBKtOD.
Among tbo prominent augar men
Mkrd to appear In the near future are
lra.nr, V Umllh rf I!lh! John D. and
Adolph Hpreckel'a, of California; Chea-
lr 8 Morey, or lioraao, ana i ran
rmi.r nr iTtih. Mr. Cutler loft
hit lk todav. acordlnt to a tele-
trim received hero
DFUDFTDATPn D V vaa i"r kac rr r A I i ...
GET THE GUN !
Mere I a
of a cut
ihc NY. ikiJ
of a large
to tne ef
V" till f
m l II II
will look IlketliU!
Is it any wonder that
.r tntriiiw of 11 nrt ilolnd
our Lest to get d job on
PASS ONTOTMt Wt XT CAGE.
1liC won uiii wrvo
l Ioo'kj like litis
I Oleics out Iter
one ol hi
new crscy-lKirein f
.4 I 41 M -
sivie. iiini are
ihU wise In
Ibe Mew rs u$ua,
H fl H
inio ine water
It from me
rirvt I can
prove it too .
On tke otlicr
of some ap
3l nrintJ In
worxt of it U
bur Town trre
rlain lo this
fioure . Of
but this time we Kad to
do u or bus!
A Silver Anniversary
TTfmTiG-picTT'-EA'- l-'ffc N THr- 0"HT CITY' HUH!
CITY'S FOUNDER IS UDE CRUSHES
TnnAVrUUI WURwiAii o ur t
BY WOMAN'S CLUB TO
' BE DEDICATED.
WtlTUl INDICATIONS. W
Orocnn rit Fair Sunday
rrpm Fair Sunday: north-
wt at erly wlnda.
Couolo Oat a Llcenae.
TYi f..iiwin vranted mar
rlii. lUnui' Cora M. Hubbard and
Curry Jama. : I X
MAYOR BROWNER ONE OF SPEAKERS
Largo Crowd Expected to Attend Ex
orcliaa at Beautiful Park
Ladlaa' Quartet to Give
YLOAR ZAQAR, EMPLOYED
- MOUNT HOOD LINE
COME AND SEE
My right 6 acre tracta of rich level
nit .1-4 mile from Oreaon City llmlta.
From, nn Mnlalla road and la on the
ltrlc lino being built from Oregon quartet
. ... 1 ilraan
nty to 8llvorton. I will aeil you
either tract for 1700 and give term a.
I own thla land and know tbo '" of
land. Thla la tha beat bargain to bo
kid In ClnrVamaa COIintT. f haTO a
In cn-acra tract on fine road 8 mllea
from Oregon City. 6 mllea from Canby.
will trade for city property anywnere
frntn rtr.n nu in Portland. OlTO
-" V,RWM V "VJ ' " " -
e a deal or yon will alwaya wiaa
ou had. Call Room 11 Stovene Bldf.,
Ylgar Zagar, who gave hla name aa
Tony Elmore when he obtained em
ployment waa killed Saturday by a
latidHllde while working on the Mount
Hood railroad near Bull Run. Zagar
waa tendlns the crane of the "team
ItsbOVfL when .thousands of pound of
lock and earth craahed down the nui
aide. Hla neck waa broken and hla
ukull waa crushed. Other workmen
nod the avalanch. Several
I aaaf Va- mr
The unvi lllng of tho fountain In the workmen on the railroad wire receut-
McLougblin Park In memory of tho ; ly killed by a landslide neai the same
late John McLaughlin, known aa the place.
faihnr of old Oregon, will take place Coroner Fox. who with Gilbert
Ihla afternoon at 4 o clock. Mayor ,, , went ,0 the aceno of tUo- ao-
Hrownell and Mr.. C. II. Dy wi I ' d
addreHHea. and Mr., lon.uea u-r,- 7. tn
mn ilhuujI nr Mra. w. iict'iuriiiai. u
Ure.-n. Mra. A. E. Froat, Mra. b. u.
Cooper and Mra. Ieon ueauariea, win
render aeveral aelectlona. Mlaa Veda
Wllliama baa charge of a cnorua inai
will alug aeveral appropriate aelectlona.
Park la Attractive.
v..r imrnrA haa McLaughlin Park
made a more attractive appearance
than now. The roaee are in tneir
fullBHi bloom, aa well aa the other
flowering planta. The lawn haa been
well kept, ana mtb. j. w. numa, wuu
i. ...nuin. nt much nf tha credit for
the appearance of tho grounds aur-
rounding ine niaioncai om uumo ...
r-. MTnatilln. haa worked faithfully
to obtain theae groiibds, whither the
building was movea. ana ior iniua
them up. A rustic summer house was
receutly completed, overlooking the
city, and thla win De covereu uj
Womsn's Club Daaervas h.'alae.
The unveiling of the fountain win
h unHar tha auanlcea of the Woman's
Club of this city. Thl. fountain la the
nrei memorial erected 10 ur.
Louahlln mnA tt. urnman'a Cluh de
serves much credit for Its work. Al-
muugu ioo cuy naa been late in non-
n.ln I h a niAiMMM m ... iii....I...b
founder, a largo crowd la expected to
LOG CABIN SALOON
OWNER GOES FREE
Wo are ateerlng up against the. boat
In men's and young men'a wearablee,
hen wo ateer you hera.
The celebrated L. Sy.tem clothes,
! Douglas shoes, stetson hata and other
mall famous llnea that we repre-
' nt are branded by men who know
tho best '
We're well Vbunched" on flno things
lor men and young men
MAN IS CAUGHT
OREGON CltT, Or.. June 18. A
. . . a. . .ia.
Don't forget man with ahort hair waa caugu ion-
erlng around the Grand Theatre, thla
nA.in n evidently hadn't had
11 IV 4 HI4B 1" '
anything to eat for aom time, aa hla
...ih m rathar Inn. WheQ asked
oaiw ' "R-fflflUhat ho was doing there Bt-r-pUsd
aV & WW Smt-sM HMak looklna1 at th- Doatara
VII aa. aaaj " - " -
and waa cray for tha enow to open
up so he could sea the lOOJcXurae,
Hai tiv nsbssa
JUDGE CAMPBELL HOLDS' THAT
COMPLAINT WAS NOT DRAWN
Judge Campbell haa dlsmlased the
chara-e aaalnat Joseph Kerrtck. pro
prletor of the Log Cabin aaloon, who
waa convicted before City Recorder
Stlpp, of having women In h'.a ,'aco,
and ttned $75 and given a jail term
of ten days. Kerrtck applied to the
Circuit Court tor a review of tho caae,
and Judge Campbell decided that tho
lower court erred. ' . ,
Gilbert Heagcs, attorney tor Ker
i... .v... tha onmnlalnt aaalnat
TICK, OIRUOI. lllv - " .-
his client was improperly "'""'"
.h.rina twn crimes, ll was un ima
int that tha decision waa roveraed
rr. nman were found In a WOIII
. ir ...i.i.'. nla anmettme ago
Thoy forfeited - their bonda of 110
each, and hare not been seen slnco.
They are thought to have come iu
1HKRIPP ON TRAIL OP
. . SHASTA LIMITED BANDITS.
R.09ERTTRO Or.. Jnn 17. Sheriff
Orolna and Domity Sheriff SUwart, who
ara on tbo trail of th two highway
men who held an tho Shasta umitea
near Toncalla last night, reported late
tonight that they had struck tbo trail
of two men who went weat from Ton-
Tbo hlchwarmen walked backwards
op a hill for half a mil to throw pur
suers off tho trail. A holo In tba too
Qtaa&ol their shoes vaslly juvo-tham
I UD SO DO COUKi iu i.w.vr- -
to W .hdwh Ihere today. A,,, VftfU'tii",
BY BUSINESS I-lEtl
MERCHANTS DELIGHTED WITH
WORK ON ROUTE OF CLACK
GRADING DONE MOST ECONOMICALLY
Trip of Inspection Leada to Many
More Persons Subscribing For
Stock Meeting at
Several persons have subscribed for
stock snd others have signified their
Intention of doing so as a result of
tha automobile trio made along part
of the route of the Clackamaa South
ern Railway Friday afternoon. Every-
nna nf tha" 7S Dersona who made the
trip waa delighted with the grading
th haa ku. itnnn. and all realize
that the road, piercing tbo rlc Jlo-
lalia valley ana maning u ponaium
to market millions of feet of the
finest lumber In Oregon will Boon be
"Tha reaulta are moat gratifying for
thi amniint nf mnnev that haa been
spent." said J. E. Jack, County Asses
sor. "I am sure many or moae wno
tnnV tha trln had DO Idea tnSt SO
much of the work had been accomp-
llahed. It the present rate oi pro
gress continues, and I am euro It will,
(Continued on Page 3.)
these daya, but the homebullder
who listens to the cry of "wait
until lumber Is cheaper la not
pt to be any nearer his goal on
hla deathbed than ho la today. ,
Tho Government recommenda
timber CONSERVATION and
thla alone la proof that lumber.
has a fixed Taluo. .
Our yeara of experience In
buying and Belling lumber lead
us to advlae our freinda that
NOW'S THE TIME TO BlAlD.
There'a but one crop of timber
for most of us. If you contem
plate a new homo wo want to
talk with you wo havo all
grades of lumber. Tho lowest
quality starta at good and goea
up. Give us a call and learn
tho facts about these lumber
Builder's Supply Cites
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DOGS FAIL TO FIND SCENT IN
TRACING SUSPECT IN QUAD
SHERIFF'S POSSE FOLLOWS ANIMALS
Mysterious Man Pursued at Twilight
Seen Again But Soon
That the slayer of the Hill family
at Ardenwald station baa escaped
from that neighborhood waa the belief
of the authorities late last night after
bloodhounds had made futile search
all afternoon for a trace of a man sus
pected of knowing something about
the crime. . The dogs were formerly
owned by Harry Draper, of Spokane,
nd figured in the pursuit of tne siay
era of Governor Steunenberg, of Idaho,
of ex-Sheriff Harvey Brown, of Baker,
Or., aud of Harry Tracey. the notor
vict. who terrorized this
section of Oregon and part of Wash
Posse Follows Dogs.
. m haariori hv Sheriff Mass.
Sheriff Stevens, of Multnomah; Sam
uel Bradford, or seatiie, we
.h. hminria and aoveral deoutT sher
iffs left Portland in automobiles to
put the dogs on the trail oi me
.hn nn Thursday morning at
tacked C.us Obrist. and Is blieved to
hv. irnnw nn or ine riiu irscuj
The dogs, however, did not accomp
lish anything. They will be turned
loose again today.
Great things are claimed for the
hounds by T. H. McDermott, a private
detective, who trainea mem -
partner of Draper in tsposane,
being asserted that in one tnaiance
they followed a irau iv uuui.
Immediately after the killing of the
Hill family Sheriffs Stevens and Mass
conferred with men woo are
In the handling or oiooanouous w
the advisability of sending tor tne
..vtha otata penitenuarv. u.w
uuri i. i . -
iaa . K.t tim. mar ini circuui-
stances precluded the possibility of ao-
.. . . i . I n.. .K hliru1.
compusning anymiug iu'"6
McDermott Gets Dogs.
McDermott, however, sent Yomntar-
ITy for the Draper boundsrwnrch are
owned now by Bradford, who la an
ex-pollceman of . Seattle ana ODiaineu
them from the snerin oi o'i
tv Washington, into whose bands they
' ... a. alK rhatn
fell after Mcuermon irou
on dissolving bis partnership with
Draper. - i. - .. .
"The trail now is too old for the
i. a. a .nvthin in tralllnc down
the alayer of the Hill imlly. unles.
he Is the man that auacaeu ""
u u.rwmnti "Rut if ha la the
gaiu jnvLTOi""" , M
.v. will tarn tba track.
P11U IUO V6. " , .
Uruirmntt Bald tne nOUDUB wuuiu
... k. .ni at the fence where
Obrleat a assailant left the barnyard
at the Dysler ranch aner -
- wh. a .mall bell Is tinkled
the animals lower their noses to the
ground and follow tne iraiu uu -u
they have been placed. .
The mysterious mau, wuu --
sued by road workmen Friday aner
noon near Twilight was seen again
Saturday morning, but soon disap
peared in the wooas.
prisoner Still An Enlgms.
The man who waa recently taken
in charge by Deputy Sheriff F. A.
Miles near Milwaukle as a suspect
tn the Hill tragedy, still remains a
mystery to the police of this city. He
was recently taken by the officers i to
where the crime waa committed, but
the persona residing in that Ttclnlty
had never seen blm there before. The
man has refused to speak even to hla
Not only is he a peculiar acting fel
low but he has that appearance. His
eyes are dim and he never raises them.
Ou Saturday the other prisoners man
aged to make his understand that be
should assist in sawing wood and he
did some sawing without much effort.
He has a slouchy appearance and a
two weeks' growth of beard. Deputy
Sheriff Miles on Saturday tternoo
asked him If he wished to go to the
barber shop, but he did not reply.
3$ Memories '"""Zf JS
The year 1910 marked the sixty-third anni
versary ol the introduction oi the most
widely-known brand o! silver plate-
I84J ROGERS BROS.
First produced by the original Rogers
Brothers in 1847, it.has set the standard
ol qualify lor all brands of silver plate
II is the heaviest grade ol triple pule.
W "Silper Tlate that Wean. "
We carry a good line ol the
various popular styles. . t
BURMEiSTER & ANDRESEN
Oregon City Jewelers
FAMOUS CHRISTIAN ...;
SCIENTIST TO SPEAK
DR. FRANCIS J. FLUNO LECTURES
' TODAY AT 8HIVELVS
Francis J. Fluno, of Oakland. CaL.
one of the moat prominent Christian
Scientists in tbo United tates, will
deliver a lecture at Shlvely'a opera
hnnaA a 9-ltn 'nlrwV thla aftarnnnn
UUUDV k . U U w W-W
rw VI.iwia la a .namhAV 'n thai 4ThHa
thut 8clence Board of Lecfnrshlp of
the First cnurcn oi ennse, Hcienusx,
nnotnn mnA h.. lanriirad In all
parts or tne world. He was a stuaent
under Mrs. Eddy, and haa done much
of his work under her leadership.
. Dr. Fluno Is an interesting laiaer.
and all persona who can. aro urged to
bear him. No charge will bo made
and no collection will be taken. Every
body la invited to attena., , r5 ji
PORTLAND LEADS ALL CITIEST
- IN EXPORTS OF WHEAT,
. i j '
WASHINGTON. Juno 17. Portland
will carry off first honors In wheat oat-
port trade of tho United Stat tor
the Ikscal year ending June 30, and
will be ao far in advance of compet
ing porta aa to outclass alL Statistics
compiled by tho Department of Com
merce and Labor and mad public to
day enow that during 11 months ended
May SI, 1911. Portland's wheat oat
porta amounted to 7,345.78 bushels.
The nearest- competitor ts Paget
Sound, whoso combined: wneai ahlp-
mens aggregated 5,svtt,t ouaucm.
aoao04OOabaaoooOOeoaoOO OOwOvt aOoaO0)oaOC)OwOa
t . 1
W A IN 1 H U .l
5 to 20 Acre arms Near Oregon City
yyv . l... ..ir.rol hinrr waitintf anrt manv coming
If your place is for sale and the price right come and
caa ti at finr"..
; si4th and Mal-V'A
"WILD MAN" TURNS
OUT TO BE SENSIBLE
WORKMAN SAYS HE SLEPT IN
CANYON FOR ECONOMICAL
The Oregon City "Wild Man," who
has frightened many women and chil
dren in the vicinity or w
school, has been " -
W.a .hiie trying to enter tho barn
Ulonglng to. Henry May He was
once recogniseu -
. a u Mntractora on ueveniB
Kneet. and who recently camo to Ore
goTcity from near Wllbolt Springs
gou viiy alaenln In the
canyon? nr "tne Barclay
n'sd'been in th. habit of moving hi.
bed each nigm, so ut
discover and steal hla bedding. But
Kite of hla cunning aome one made
sway with hla blankete Friday while
'"was at work, ao ho Bought ahelter
in May B barn. . latantlon
He saia am not
a.MM 4 1 sit ii r nun itt. ii"
7 4 aI Atm WoVt
" W. F. SCHOOLEY El CO.
Phone: Pacific M-80. Homo A-15S. 12 Mala Oregon City
W- - " . , . - a
Let The Children Kodak
By the Kodak Way they can take pictures as well as
grown ops. Its lnstrocttre entertaining and taear-
pensiye. " 'V ''
Brownie Cameras $ I to $ 1 2 ,
Pocket Kodaks 1 0 to $2S
We teach beginners tree;- 1 ' '
Hare talk tth oar Kciii V
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