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' ' lOZripW" Momma
1 k a Halted "" o,0U'
'".T Send In yo" ror toU
'-.at b.nm of low price.
The only dally noaea.Br fc 1
two Portion ml SalewtJ ! -
latee In every oootlon of Claokv
' 4 maa County, with peSMlatle of
'. 30,000. Are you . on -advertleerf e
. .. ' '. ,' ' ' '
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1560
1 No. 141.
Per Wfc 10 Ctejro
OREGON CITY, OUEOON. 'WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1911.
Sarah Mildred Willmer
1HA1 MEXICAN DIET IS NO FOOD WITH WHICH TO COAX A BIRD OF PEACE.
Ve, . 0
Oil WOOL PASSES
BY HEAVY FROST
MIL CUniHG DUTY
I , 1 ' ' ,
TWINTY FOUR REPUBLICANS
VOTE WITH DEMOCRATS
jUl AMENDMENTS ARE THROWN OUT
Hwm Devotee Almoat Five Hour To
txbalo Underwood Kaopa
Foress Wall To
WAKIUNUTON. June JO. Tho
Houw of Kepreatnitatlvaa by a volo of
hi io 100 today paaaod th Under
wood l r"f revlalon bill. provld
... fr a reduction of tho duty on
wool and woolen goods. Twenty four
Hepubllrana voted with tho Democrats
ur tbe paaaage of tho measure and
co, itemocratlo Representative, Fran
tnco, f Ohio, voted ataloat it.
Ms'ny amendments were offered and
roHHj down, tho only ono adoptod bo
tnf a alight change In phraeeology.
Aimoat Ova hour waro apent by tho
House la debet, under tho five mlnuta
mi ' .
Vott To Re Submit teat., ,
Inmrdlataly preceding tho final
rota. motion offered by a Repreaen
of Naw York, that tbo bill bo
rMubmlttod to tho waya and maana I
committee, with Inatructions that It
itlt a rKirt from tho Tariff Hoard
ea tba woolen Industry before making
tail report of tho bill, wu ""1y
rota of 19 to 118. .. " y
Rrpresentatlve , Cnderwo", )alr
tua I tho waya and mot' m li
te and In charge of tho k fcVt bla
brora wall together In ,t
Uoa to all amendments
lib oaa oiooptlon
lb parly when tho bill
hrad an amendment to D
. i- - ......J a - BArlH.
lag a duty of 30 per cent ad vtisKwa.
tad commit tho bill to the committee
alia Inatructlona that manufacture
be reduced to 10 per cent ad valorem.
Til waa loot
Iwurganto Support BUI.
Representative Murdoch, an lneur
pt Republican, who finally voted for
the bill, propnaed aevoral amendments
placing certain gradea of wool on tho
free hat. Ilia uurpoao In theao
I - jM'- I
i J, of- i
PETS AT CITY
SEVERAL ANIMALS HELD THAT
WOULD BE USEFUL
Several kind hearted peraona of thlH
olty, who have a fondneaa ror doga,
called at tho pound on Tueaday, where
they obtained peta by paying fl for
their releaao, and alao the coat of
feeding the aulmala, which la 10 centa
a day. There are "till aevoral doga In
the pound that would make fine peta
for children and othera would be uae-
tmrodtnente, - beeald.-wee - to - give t juj on-jarmi ,ur doga were taken
r.womr;"n,rCt by" Takln l
"thoTe attlcleo which enter Into tho who will glv. th, anlm.la aood bomee.
anufacturo of tmat-cont rolled woolen Two were obtained by city realdenta
produrta." land the other two went to the coun-
The Hepubllrana who voted for the tr,
bill er Repreaentatlvea Anderaon, now la the time for peraona wlah
iniiinii ramnball. Davla of M In tie- in, diiia to call at the pound. They
SUSPECT IN HILL ,
SUSPICIOUS CHARACTER A8K8
WAV OVER MOUNTAINS TO
EASTERN OREGON. '
BABY DRINKS DEADLY
MASON KELLOOOS DAUGHTER
iota. French, llaugnon, neigeaun,
Jacknon. La rollette, benroot, Und
burih, Madlaon, Miller, Morae. Mur
dork. Neleon. Norrla. Reea, Sloan,
leeneraon, gtephena of California,
Volled, Wooda or Iowa and Youn
Oregon City Fair wodneoaay;
Oregon Fair Wedneaday;
north watrlv wlnda.
will be given their picK oy pay ma
II. the llcenae fee If the dog la to be
kept in the cliy. and the coat or iea
Ing the anlmale. The pound la In the
Rowan livery atable on Water atreet
between Fifth and Rltxh atreeta. All
doKfr ealiear wimin two u7
riflt LONG ILLNESS
COME AND SEE
Mr eight a-acro . tracts of rich level
land 3 4 mile from Oregon City llmlta.
Fronia on Molalla road and U on the
tlectrlc lino being built from Oregon
City to Sllverton. I will oell you
either tract for 1700 and give torma.
I own thta land and know tho o(
POPULAR VOUNQ WOMAN 8TRCK.
EN WITH PNEUMONIA
mi. Mav Rimbo. a well-known and
popular young woman of thla city,
died at the home of her foater par-
Mr and Mn. William Ramoo,
land. Thla la tire beat bargain to bo I f Bljlth and Jonn xdama atreet. early
h.it in fif.baiMcMtiintr. I have iIt....h.v mornltic. after an lllneaa
a.. -.a a miua .hirti atarted In February.' when he
. I .ti inlnrlnv her anlne. V
from Oregon City. 8 ml lea rrora anoy. "'-"? , ' ... iniiirlea when
Will trade for city property anywhere wm trlcken wth pneumonia, and
...rvthinv waa aono iot or, uui
Sheriff Maaa la atlll devoting most
of hla time to the aearch for tho alayer
of tho pi" a at Ardanwald Station, but
the cluea ar not encouraging. It l
now believed that tho fiend left the i
country Immediately after, committing
Report that a man acting auaplc
loualy and Inquiring the way to the
Rarlowe road tnto etern Oregon waa
aeen near mouth of Dull Run have
given new life to the hunt.
Telephonic Inatructlona were Bent
out by Bhenffa Maaa and 8tevena to
head the man off. at Aachoff'a aear
Maimont. If he paaees there. Deputy
herlffa l... cover too country about'
Hull Run In an effort to locate tho
The peculiar feature bdoui mia mi
eat atiHpect la that he should be In
quiring the way to tne Hanowe rou
a nolnt about 1Z JHeB auuui u.
Into eastern Oregon or The uauea me
natural thing for him to do would be j
o follow the O.-W.-R. ft w. iracaa up ;
t.. Hver and not attempt to make I
tne difficult and rough trip over the;
mountains on the Bariowe roaa. f
A report reached snenn aaaaa. ui-;
fle that the man had stoppea h i
farm near the mouth of the 8andy.
u. ... .wnit 5 feet 10 Incheo Ull,
SJitm'Sy? -trof SUSPICIOUS MAN CAUGHT AS H
tieard on hla face. He carriea a am-.. (
ranvaa pack on hla back. The only I
detail of. hla doming mi cuui
remembered .waa a pair of corduroy
Reports were aiao roceivea
that a atrange man waa w rauuu.y
nisht at Elwooa. mo ojpp"".
however before he could be qiiea-
from nr.mn nt to Portland. Olvo
m. a deal or you will alwayo wlah
you had. Call Room XI 8tVoM Bldg.,
or write , "
Hi " WW ' "
Mlaa Rambo waa a young woman ui
Idaho, March 17. 1891. Her parenta
Mr. and Mra. Charleo Hammer, died
.f..r hr hlrth. and aho waa
.ni. innn after by Mr. and Mrs,
Rambo. and apent moat of her life In
hi. where atw had a host of
i.i.nit. who were shocked by her
death. She leaves besides her foater
n.r..iia on. brother. Jay Hammer, of
thla city. Her only alater. Mra. James
Quitman died about a year ago jn
Miss Rembo wss a yun woman ?i
sunnv dlBDoaltlon. and made friends
hv her aweat manner. She waa a
eounUahad. hetns one of Oregon
City's young musicians.
ThS funeral aarvtrea will DO con
ducted Thursday morning from the
family residence at 10 o'clock. Rev.
J. R. Landsborough, pastor of the
Presbyterian church officiating. The
Interment will bo In the Mountain
Vlow cemetery. '
KINO GEORGE GIVES FINEST
BANQUET IN ALL HISTORY.
LONDON. June 20. Tho moat regal
banquet palace or King or emperor
ever wltneaaed, and a gorgeous Bbake-
u.ki loiloet. the two-year-old
jl...ht.i nf Maaon Kellogg, of No.
1111 Taylor atreet, is In a aerioua con
A 1 1 lrn fa a, the result of swal-
' a anid. intended for clean-
in- oiothl'nf. Tho child waa play.
i - I . tha. aitrnen waiin ami ivw.b.
" . " n. I.l-
t.a eleanlnr tne cloinniR. in. -
. ....ntion waa attracted to an
nart of the room, and hardly
had ahe aet the glaaa. containing the
liquid upon a chair, when Mabel ld
It to her llpa. Mrs. Kellogg cal ed
Dr Stuart at once, and after working
with the little girl for several hours,
he said he believed she was out of
danger. Her mouth and throat wore
terribly burned, and she suffered a
k n .he aouth-
Mr. ivenuna. " . I.i
crn part of the atat In connection
with his mining business, was sum.
moned. He said Tueaday night that
hla daughter had spent a restful day,
and that no fear was eniniuru
The ltauia waa
POTATOES AND TOMATOES SUF
FER IN MANY PARTS,
' ' OF COUNTY.
CRAPES ARE GIVEN BIG SET-BACK
Paachea and Other fail t Too Far Ad
vanced to be Affected Foliage
of Wild Farna Virtually
Farmers, who came to be city Tues
day, said that the heavy frost of Sun
day night did considerable damage
to grapes, potatoes and tomatoes.
Other vegltation suffered, but not o
severely. The-reports indicate that
the frost was general In the county,
.nt valuation in all Darts suffered.
' Tk. mnii aerioua damage was prob-
ahlv done at Meldrum ana Hpnug-
water, the grapes being severely dam
aged. The damage , at Elyvllle was
alao severe. .',-'
Molalla Damage Slight.
In tha Molalla country, although
the frost waa heavythe damage. was
alight. In some - places .wnero u
potato sprout had Just come, through
uirriM tnere waa iuuw uu,
..,. ... .rtmuta wtlf come again. The
wild feme were virtually miiea oj m
frost. Peachea and other iruii are ioo
faf advanced to be affected.'
Old residents of the county ueciarwu
that the frost was one of the severest
ever known this time of the year.
The farmers, not eipecting the frost.
were entirely unprepared ior u.
Froat la General.
Th. froat waa Keneral throughout tne
ral nart of the state, and reporta
from other sections snow a B'""'
damage. It was so unexpected that
th. weather bureau did not give
any warning. The same irosi iw
.ka in would have destroyed
l III -T3 n . j
the peach crop and greauy am-u
other fruit. VeglUtlon that was dam
aged will grow again, out ii
instances the developing will bo de
-fi".'.;., ' I
BE AT IE,'.' PROMOTER, , ClOfTf
V - '
1150,000 .Will H0Y1PE StlE
CapiUllat In LoeAffelea, and Port- ,
r 'Mand Bsger''to' Finance 'Pro-- " . '
J' JacWLocal Capital Yfl '
Sarah Mildred Willmer will bo, one
of the entertalnera at the Willamette
Valley Chautauqua, which starts at
Gladstone on July 4. -Persons who
heard Miss Willmer read "The Sign
of the Cross" last year Sre enthusias
tic In their praise of her ability. - She
will read "L Samaritane" (the wo
man of Samaria) at 8 o'clock on tho
evening of July 12.
- Secretary Gary on Tueaday received
a letter from Senator Borah, of Idaho,
In regard to hla speaking at the Chau
tauqua on July 8. -. Tb Senator wrote,
as he bad telegraphed. thatJbo ac
cepted the Invitation on condition that
Coagress adjourned In time for him
to arrive Aero. .
TAVERN OYtiER IS
CALLED AUTO SPEEDI
AUGUST ERICKSON SUMMONED
BY CHIEF OF POLICE ; -FOR
iue-iiat ttrlrkson. nroprletor Of a
tavern' about a mile from the city on
the Clackamas river, hag been ord
ered to report hero and stand trial
for automobile speeding.. Brtckson
and a Jarty of friends aro accused of
havin? rone throuxh Main street Mon
day at a rate of forty-five miles) an
K..r ntv Attorney Story was com
plained to about tho allegea speeders,
and Chief of Police Shaw telephoned
to Erickaon that be waa wantea ior a
haarlnz ' rJ ' "" T " '
Peraona who saw tne auiomouiu
mat mev weal lumuiu -r
..dt.t matters TO BE DfS- at a reckless rate of speed, and that
MPORTAWT M ATTtHB) i U t u,1 j. .--idnt mlEht have re-
CU8SED AT BIG MEETING suited. Brtckson Is well known here
and m Portland, it is proDaoio
he will ome to the city today for the
FOR CLUB SMOKER
That Oregon City will be supplied
with; gas In a year was the announce
ment thade' Tueadayi jr - Dr.- A. j I
Beatle, wno was, iconUy. igrante4 . .
franchise to lay pipes' tbrougnewt the
city" by the City CooncIL- DrvBeatlo
baa gjven uf his dentai practice, and
will devote bis time to financing the ,
new enterprise, building tho pUnt, and
to a comtnission busineas iP which
he has an interest. -,
nr . Raatle ' estimates that It will
cost $160,000 -to lay the mains and
build the lnt, Tuat ae wm nave o '
trouble in financing tho boalnes Is
shown hy letters from Portland and
Los Angeles capitalists who have of-
fered to put up all tho money "scn-
aary. ' ''.' ' ,'. .
Local Capital Welcomed.. . .
If Is Dr. Beatle's Intention, howoirer.
to give Oregon City residents a
chance fo become Interested In the
nmwr althouch -the ' most of 4he.
money probably will "on me from oMt
slde SQurces. . ' - . ' -'-"rr
That there la a big demand ior. i .
In this city Is evidenced by the large-
number of Inquiries receives-as to une
time the service will begin. Several
persons have -told Dr. Beatlo that tney,
have-deferred buying new rangee, al-
though the old onea are out of repair,'
In the hope that they will soon be
able to cook with gas. ' ' '
Corporation May be Formed. . '
: Althonah Dr. Beatie has not decided
definitely to Incorporate a company ,
thla will probably bo none m annum j
the financing of tho enterprise). He
says In case Ineorporaaon u aanow
upon It wm be so arrange. ui v- ,
sons who desire' to become Interested
may do so '
1 1t has not been determined wnotber ;
tho gar will be made from coal or oil.
mw n I n sr Vt sr
tion of concentrated lye, muriatic am-
If the man 'Intends going monla and Baits of tartar.
MRS. MOFFETT HAS ,
IS ABOUT TO ENTER
BLAMES BAD WHISKY
Wo re steering up against the best
In men s and young men's wearables,
when wo steer you hero. ' r -
Tho celebrated L. Syotom clothes.
Douglas shoes, Btotson hats and other
.. . - ii... tv.t wa ranra
Z:Z:TTr n know .rean ball under th. au.p, of
PRISONER WILL HAVE TO WORK
ON FOURTH FOR RUN-
Harry" Clufk. Oregon City's one
time model prisoner and ce''ent
atreet sweeper, who disappeared fif
teen days before his term of service
had expired Is back on the Job. and
blames bad whisky, for h's unceremon
lou. departure. Chief of Police Shaw
i.. er..A.a mornlns neara m
Wet I I Y A UTJri a
Clark wa- at thd Indian camp and
went after him.- i ne nwu's
frlena oouum mm
drinks, and ho wauuereu
under tho influence.
that when he came o " .
elded to come back, and ixpUlMni
is tbo best.
. We're well "bunched on flno things
for men and young men. Don't forgot
IXCLUSIVI CLOTrllClol ;
noted society leaders, stand forth as
shining festures or tne secona amj i
Coronation jiteek. Tho banquet n
n.binhaniPalace tonight was a
scene of Imperial grandeur, so far as
ths assemblage oi royi """-"-personages
and tho setting of costly
magnlflcenco 1 beautiful decora
tions could make It. .
n-v. u-in. nd Onann entertained tne
vlfllting and English royalties all the
. . . i th. fnrelan Am-
special oeiuaa"-"" .
bassador. and Mini. t.r. th? officer
of state anu i -".Kin..
bors of the caoinei, V.-i
members, the head, of tho church and
wal giving me -
t,on when he was raptu d -ork
Clark had been sucn "-:v
lm running .way lurthof thsj. to
subtract the days he was absent from
his sentence. As a resuu ne
to celebrate the Fourth by "iu
1100 GET PANAMA BONDS.
WASHINGTON. Juno 80. A nnai
a man who Eave bis name as Nick
Miller, and said his home was In Port
land, was arresed last night by Con-
.tabu Brown at the home or J. w.
Moffett In West Oregon City. Mrs.
Moffett saw the man acting suspic
iously near her front gate, ana- now
fled Policeman Cook over lhe tele
phone. Weat Oregon City, being out
side the Jurisdiction of tho local po
lice, the policeman summoned Con
stable Brown, who made xho arrest.
The man was prowlts around an
empty boxcar when arreted Ho re
fused to give any Bf""l,e
cernlng himself except that bis name
waa Miller and his home was In Port
land. He had more than 83, and looks
If hot. a laborer. He will be close
ly questioned by the police. ,
L. A. NOBEL TAKES COUPLE TO
' 1 . HIS HOME'TO-at .
MARRIED.' , .
The commit 'ee to have charge of
the various subjects o be discussed
at the Commercial Club smoser w
. . . t l Vi.ml Th.
morrow nignt nae dot- "- uinnim
roeeUnt will b. one of the most lm- flM 10 HJODIfT)
nortant held for sometime ana - UUIL 1U I miUUUi
members are urged to attend. H. B.
r.-..r nr T J. Fox. R. U Holman.
rv. rili. Mnnnt and Roy Touts com-1 MISS ' EMMA A- VICK BECOMES
a. . V v - , . 1
pose the committee which has charge
of the arrangements for tne imowr.
The other committees aro as follows.
. n.n... vi n t .atnurette. L. b
In 1 1 w . 7 .v.
i - . r.t d t Holman.
JUIIBB ... V
iwb .nd Hltchlna Frank Buscn,
n . nwrn Randall. Dr. A
, ti.ii. .nd Judne Beatie.
tk. nronosltlons to be dlB-
cussed are the following; Pbl'cKd
n water atreet. between Tenth and
. .w. nnhii. hitchtna- posts on.
... . .JL, k.tMn Tenth and Elev-
.nth: Clackamas Southern Railway:
BRIDE OF P. B. HAW LEY,
'. OF FOREST GROVE.
mai i l.A ' June 20 (Special)
A pretty homo wedding took place at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Vlck
on Sundsy. when tneir aaugm-r
. vil. wa marnea w rouu a
III. A. ... m
i.. nt Mr. and Mrs. B. m.
n n cnttair. rirave. The Rev.
r w nnrl. nf the bllde. Of
JfltTiU ill., i - -
r""1"""' . .. ,.... r.t
In the ptaence or me rei."-
emu, vii-." k.iIM I m vne prrotiuvw - .
...irhtanina- county road and buna-1 . ,. Kridneroom and a few
Ing bridge near mouth of CUtckamu lntmte. frlendi ,he yoUng couple an-
I IITKUU "-aj --
River to connecx
BIG CLASS PREPARED
FOR TEACHERS' QUIZ
MORE THAN FORTY INSTRUCTED
MY MESSRS. TOOZE, FREEL
Emily Hewett and Peter Hefty, or
Oak Grove, were married Tuesday by
Justice of 'the Pece " Mr
t. ir a Nobel, In this city. Mr,
SX SdVr NobeUiv. been friend.
or iveral years, so when the for
Ir and his fiancee arrived In thta
1 k. hnn4ed UP his mans w ue -
tn --- . ..in Then Mr.
... n. w mi ii i ii .
wimesa -v - ,. - ,. -o to
tabulation of tho bid. for tho 850.000.- Nobel """ c,;;moy. which was
000 Issue of tho 8 per cent Panama hi. homo . Nobe, nad B0
accuruiK , . ft-', In.
bonds Indlcsteo that 88.S30.R00 were
taken at 10S and upwards; ia,n."
from 10J.75 to 108.09: 8n.01".6o rrom
102.60 to 108.74; 16,66w irwiu
102.25 to 102.48. and a little leas than
II 425.000 from 102.21 to 8102.24.
Of the 10.000 bids received 1190 will
be accepted. Tho succeaaful bidders
will be informed in a day or two, and
will have until July 15 to qualify.
tentlon to become a beneaici. so w
ably astonlshd when the latter
and hta bride-to-be called on him and
William OrlaentnwaUo. one of Ujo
well known farmer or Beaver. CreeK,
waa In this city on Saturday.
More tban forty teachers ncrtn
Instruction at the summer school con
ducted by Superintendent City
Schools Tooie and Messrs. ro1 n"
lowland. which has Just come to a
close It Is understood that a major
Uy of the teacher, will take tho
animation for county .chool teachers
which .t.nn. sS.
under tho supervision of eurlnien
dent of County Schools Gary. Al
fhough there have been many inqulr
n."K.I .K..h.r Meaars. Tooe.Freel
. I. 'i.i .m.M ortftnlxe another
class to instruct In manual training
.d domeatlc, sc
TllAfinitT MVfJUlUK Lusmv uw
Sr MSociaTe. would be too busto
take up the work. ; Mr. Tooxo will 1 de
:." V lecture, on echool
admlni.tr.tlonat.thO Oregon Agricul
tural College " J"'' " 'rn
will go to Corvallls to take a course
In manual trainina.
..irrnu IN CONTEMPT.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 20. Albert
J. Button, wealthy cltlxen. of Hood
i. .... n. ... held to be In contempt
oV court today by BP '
ham for taking his W""
side of the .tat. in M
order of tho court, and the children
were given into tho custody of their
mothe" Mrs. Ethel Sutton Montom.
n.rkiey. for the next tour
i , v. '
peared at 11
o'clock to the strains
. . nr.tt weddlne march, rendered
by Miss Lula Elmer, cuum
hride and stood under a ca
evergreens where the "mTa w"
a n-tBr nnnEratulatlons sna
imriui incu. " k - - - ... ... i
' a i.k.a w.r. sooken tne Driuai
party sat down to sn elegant repaat
Y ln am M inAW
Tn young coupitj o... -
er of rice and good wishes W
Orove where they will make their
1"..." w Mr and Mrs. J. H. Vlck
future --.. a..a rln
tarted Tuesday tor an exmu""-
.. . ,k. iraatBi-n ataiea iu -.
relatives and friends. -
MASONS CONDUCT FUNERAL.
Captain Shannon'a Body Is Buried Be-
v tj. ul. IAI4r.
I anrvlces over the re-
m. r h. late Caotaln Phil Shan-
non. one of the oldest of Oregon pio
neers, whose death occurred at the
St. Vincent's hospital on 8trdT
night, were held in in.s nj
a., aft.moon mk. 2:30 o'clock from
the Masonic Temple. The Masons
fw-snH tin td th. services at the Tempie
a. th. Mountain ""v
tery. The floral tributes were beau
tiful, among them being one m
u..nni. nrdAr. Th. remains of Mr.
Shannon were laid beside those of his
wife who died many year. ,
B0Tl!!AliS O!l -
SOCIETY AT - GLADSTONE DE
LIGHTFULLY ENTERTAINED ,.
BY MISS HULBERT. . '
The Bothlahs were entertained at
tho home of Miss Adah Hnibert ai ,
Gladstone on Monday - eventag, thla .
being the laat meeting or tnis popular .
class of the Methodist church thla-
aeason. The president. Miss Morse,.
called the meeUng to order, ana .me t
bualness for the summer monins -w
transacted. Thla class has done
great deal In the past year, ana ine .-
finances aro in exceueni snap.-
and games followed the busineas ses
sion. Mlas Anna Meyer wa
ed the prlxe, which was a handsome
stiver spoon, wnuo me cwu
prixe was swarded to Miss Nellie
Swafford.. Delicious rerresnments
were served. .
Thnu nreaent were Miss Booker.
of Walla Walla. Waab., Miss Bralnsrd.
of Sacramento, Cal.; Mian Mable
Morse, Miss Canttell, Mlas Uunt, miss.
Belle Gray. Mlas Smith, Miss Klvs
Blanchard Miss W. Meyer, axis.
Nellie Swafford, Mlas Morietta Hick
man. Miss-.Myrtle Croaa, Miss' A. Mey
er, Miss Meyer. . , i
GREAT BRITAIN IS
SCORED BY KEYl!
WASHINGTON. JuneJO.SUtaments -
In the Senate by Senator Hey burn, of, ,
Idaho, that "whatever wo have tanoo. t
from England naa own ikou mi mw -
oolnt of the bayonet" produoed a tense -
moment In todays debate on CAnadlaa ,
reciprocity Senator.. Hoy morn's re-.
mark, which he lat V ,fWn ex- '
tanltod nnlv to sttt at SUMulsl-
tlona. was chalTengec, Eaoon as a
"gravi matter," lu. vVO I thai arbttra- , "U
tlon negotiations triMr kngland. , .
"We have more to lomjoy that wo
have received .from Jcncwoa uaa r
an tne rest or me woth pat topn. v
said Baoosu.: ..' ;';' .'...; V
U a.d Mr." Warlaa O. If OTrtS. ' 7
promldenf. rootdenU ot Macasnurg,
. .... - - rt . alaJtnra
were muu un.unif"" '
on Saturday.' V'-i-'- ''"'''. ' ' v i.
soow0w04oow04c-o4Ow04e) 04oeoeX io4owwOorv .
S 8-4 acroa all clear aitd in crop) 4-roow him, weed sited, twolt, .
,.....-.'.:-. .'''.- , .
some fruit, all fenced, three sfoefcs frees oehool, atorow and
0 carllne. This Is a hwrgysln at 2S00; part terms. ,.J:
! W F. SCHOOLEY & CO.
Mala) Orofloe City.
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Judiciary and of mo Army