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WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISH CD I860
OREGON CITY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1911.
Peb Week, 10 Cekt-
FIRES J POSSE
MAUCARRIIN KIDNAPED,' FORC
tD TO DRIVE MIOHWAV.
MAN TO WOODS.
DESPDUDOilS ESCAPED CONVICT
CHAUTAUQUA TO BE
THE SPIRIT OF THE TIMES.
STILL AT M
BEST EVER HELD
Llteutanant Cmmndw In Navy
Detailed en Inspeetien Dirty.
SHERIFF MASS RETURNS FOR
MANAGEMENT OF WILLAMETTE
REST AFTER HUNTING MAN
ASSEMBLY GETS FINEST
Dpwty Sheriffs 1 Two Auto. Pur.
sue Fugitive Through
Parte Of Two
(AflVAUJB, Or "iue (Hic
aherllTa 111 auloiimlillea
mi, i' - - I
... ........I .... illti It,. ili.Mi..irailii. '
.,. kidnaped Rural Mallcerrler Huber
m Munraoutb this efleruooit.
V doirn .hole were fired by the out
Urn, but no" bit the officers, who did
not lire back, for fear of bm lug Itu
li Tbo fugitive then abandoned the
buniy and now hiding l the timber.
There seems no doubt from l lie 1st
i(.t descriptions that the outlaw Is
tlll. tbo eacaped convict.
Mailearrler U Kidnaped.
1 bo mailearrler m kidnaped Just
i, untitle of Moumouib at 6 o 'clock tbU
rvrnim. With Iho kidnaped mau iuu
n ipile end compelled to drive the;
MARTHA MARIA JAQUE8 CRUSH
Vtf IU.WU III! v. .....
iho fugitive, who la believed to bo
ihr seine; man h held up tluy Mhr
In Curvaltle mat nlitht, made ble dea-m-i.ite
coup when T. A. Nolt. iho town
Miibl, O. A. Wol virion, poattnaster,
UiiI Huber drove after him In Hu
ra wagon aa bo woo leaving town
mid ol tempted to put him under r
...m. When they overtook him, at a
i.urkyard, a mile out of town, no auu
Ufuly drew a gun
BABY FATALLY HURT
PURSUING LITTLE DOG
AUTO SPEEDER S FINE
PAID BY MINISTER
ED BY WAGON DOESN'T RE
AT TOP OF POLE
PORTLAND MAN TO HAV HEAR
ING TODAY ERICKSON TOO
ILL FOR TRIAL.
Mortb. Marie J.,h, three year., The author.t.e. of 0 CUy are
old. died early Thuraday of Injurle. eiermine -...Hved
by M. run over by a wa- .JuJI ato Eraon.
koii whne viamng with her mother In ' c)j. on ,h(( CBCkamag River, will
:indion. The little Klrl and bor hav a hearlnc for apeedlnj aa aoon
and covered the 'mother had Jnt returned from I'enn-1 ne Bble to appear In court. Ho
... i.. . i Ivnii u.i.i.L unit kuil sone to Gladtone , .i,, hf.n.il to Chief of ponce unaw
u, aet out of the vehicle and go back ! to vlnlt 'the family of Arthur II. Pow UvediiMdaf that be wa. too 111 to ap
iii n uui ui ' ...... ., ..... . T1.. ......i,-, had ilreaaau It coaea . Tk. rhlof on Wedneaday halted
1o town, no oruori . -f" r " " L . " ' ... -irt .iw. rT". "k Vki-k ...in, throuan the
iimuni death, to remain in mo aw in inun nu. " n " ."".,, -h.
l .d drlvV ed lH.hlnd her. ; cliy at a' rapid rate of apeed The
Htm I A mu,, do attracted Martha. anddrveri will Sherman. wa fined 10
Man Hold Up on way. ' M.fore her mother could net downy Kecordc-r 8tlpp. which waa paid by
Then leaping Into the u-at healde Bnd g(J ,(, her the rhlid had ' B mlnlter. who waa a member of tbo
tlie frightened mallcarrler, be whipped n (i fr(m (f m waRon loaded with party In the machine. Sherman at
n,. horaea Into a gallop and Mbel ...., Tll driver irled to otou the fi,t tnaiHted that he had not violated
.1T down tbo road ; h((r(M.(- ,(U, dld loo Mte A front tne aW( but the mlnlater aald bo waa.
On the way the crtmiuai aioppoa u , iiw,j,n over the child", breaat. Hbe j ln , urry to get to roniana nu
hi. flight long enough to hold up O. j wM unr,,nilcioug when taken to the wanted the hearing over a. ooon a.
t. T.l rnhlMirV tlHlk III MOO tWO I ... ... i it TnanUv anil in ll.l.
I. lliiuiH! , .. . - I Oil ire OI 1 J i - npniuic. .
mllcat aouth of HrMaeport. according , lnnalon ,owed that the Injury, An automoblle going at a rat 01
... i..i rerwlvod. Booth waa ,.,..i oi. did not reiialn . .hi,.i fnrt mllea an hour panned
compelled to give up IIS In coin, hie LllltrMMWaa. . Coroner Kox made an; through Main afreet late Tuesday
.. ....... . Ksmlknrrhlef. Ordering ...a ,i.iiiil that death nihi rhlr Rhaw obtained the num-
WHl.il, .. " I IIIIIIMI.'I. ' , lllft"' ' - .!
1,1. vlcUm to atand where ho waa or ! aor)dentaL her. which wa. 6218. and found that
art ahot, the deeperado keeping him , . , the machine belonged to Ralph Ack-
-md mJooi iLbtLWM In .Ight.i - ! lev, who baa office, ln the Corbett
nmde Huber drive ahead M IIHO TIDHD riVIHO l.nlldiiiK.-" Porllatid. r)tlTrJir.h.5
. . boraeoeouldgo. V MHN AKIIK I NUo called up over the telephone odmltted
h.rii orant. of Hoik county. and J'UUj. InUVll I IHlU , , th number wa. that of hi. car.
CoiiMable Moran, of Dallaa. with one
VICTIM DANGLES ON WIRES,
FALLS AND IS CAUGHT BY
' FELLOW WORKER.
STARTS WITH CELEBRATION JULY 4
8enator Borah. Dr. Aked, Governor
Yatee, Governor etanley and
Many Othar. Engaged
t Locturo. 1
What promlaea to be the moat auc-
ceaaful chautauqua. of the Will
amette Valley Aaaembly will be
held at Cladatone on July 4 to July
15 Inclusive. All arrangement, have
been made for the chautauqua, and
the beat lecturer, alngera and other
entertainer, that It 1. poaalble to ob
tain bave been engaged. Coplea of the
program which contalna thlrty-onc
pagea, have been mailed to 10,000 per
Bona In thi. and adjoining counties,
and other persona wbo desire . pro
grams may obtain them by applying
at the Young Men". Christian Associa
tion and J. K. Gill", bookstore In Port
land, and Huntley Bros." drugstore
and the First National Bank In Ore
gon city. One lecturer, Senator Borah,
of Idaho, waa obtained after the pro
gram, were printed. He will apeak on
July 8, and a large crowd la expected
to bear him.
Program Replete With "Good Things.'
The program la so replete with
good things" that it la almost lmpoe-
More than 2000 volta of electricity
anlffed out the life of "Red" Larson,
of Portland, a lineman employed by
the Portland Railway, Light & Power Bible to epitomize It, and deal fairly
SEARCH FOR SLAYER TO CCKTl!'JE
Woman Living Near Ardenwald Sees
- Stranger Thought to bo '
' Assailant of Milk-
Sheriff Mass returned to Oregon
City last night after a two daya'
search for the auspect In the Hill
tragedy Men near the mouth of Bull
WOMAN'S CLUB HAS
ITS BUSIEST YEAR
. n.irn wedneadav. Lar- with all the apeakera and rtl.U who
F ' Tin. -ir.. t th ton of have been engaged. On opening,
aou was repairing wire, at the top of 1 July )( GnnA Afmy Teter,n8
a pole wnen ne gave a trj i - wearing, the Grand Army button win
other workmen looking up, saw him be admitted free of charge. There
. ii ... . .inrk nf wires. Juat will be a game of baseball ln the
a......R - -,--- Imornlna between "The. Teacbere" ef
aa lie oroppea m m - r.,fcl,m.. ,,, .h "The. Rlsck
ing wires ai. me - ,.- . team made un of lawyers.
him. - I ,,hv(-lonii miniHtera and dentists of
He was taken to a The county. Many of the best known
and several men worked I In vain over Uclpate ln
him for aooui iour nou... . doubtedlv will be
waa brougnt to uregun ''"" worth the price of admission. Of
oner Fox, after an xaminatlon. de- . . ... taak manT
elded that death wa. accioenta, --- - - ... .
K wKViTSK ved"ln nd unusually Interesting bec.u of
MEETING THIS AFTERNOON TO
HEAR RETIRING OFFICERS'
.m f 11 men. and Sheriff llelagly
of t orvallta, with Jtlolher aiaae, heav
ily armed and well mounted, hurried to
intercept the outlaw before he could
nach the mountalna.
Wantad Carrier For Hostage.
It I. believed that he will endeavor
to hold Huber a. a hoalaae. and that
if Surrounded ho will ue hi. prisoner
to shield himself from the bulleta or
the poaae. Huber baa a wife and fam
ily living In Monmouth.
In hla flight, the outlaw passed
through one county and Into another.
for Monmouth, where he capiurea w
GOLDIN CHICKS' CRAW -
ATTEND BIG REUNION
The report, ot the retiring officer,
of the Woman". Club, which will meet
today at 2 o'clock in the Commercial
Club rooms, will show that the club
ba. accomplished more the paat year
than ever before. The club ha set a
record that It will be difficult to
Among the thing, accomplish were
The afternoon-, entertainment will ,h beautifyng of McLougblin Park,
coiiHist oi a concert oy me . mBmnrllo fountain to Dr,
l..nl mnail. h th CI A. R. Drum
nnmJ Th- Star Snancled Banner." McLoughlln. having the mayor name
by Rose Bloch Bauer, reading tne annual "clean up aays, proviuiua
Declaration of Independencer "The .,,. or the scLolarshin loan depart
Evolutional fairiouum, w,H-v!n t 0w-,ation and maintain-
IIV'I 1 OS 'e, -- 0
CLYDE HUNTLEY SO ENCOURAG
ED HE MAY PR6SPECT FOR
Mrs. Ralph Miller, of this city, re
ceived a letter Wedneaday from her
Vim II II. TllXir. "I DJi'"
Park Inn, Canon Beach, giving the in-
. . ... ...l.l.. l
tut bealtatea biioui nuunni-n "
. v. .. n.utiina m ri fii il li.iucu
iii wiiT jt I .........tin Tcnonc
hroimh this city. He nnany aartu MAN WMU mmi in iw '
. i ivia atrrafL i ,
to come here at ocioca m.. . . . C,,MBNQ OREGON CITY
IKMHI lor B nemiua. . . .....
rest room for women in the
between t aub headquTrteV" The
games, etc., and at night there will T tod wl tha lagt one
?.e "T ..luLV",7. 'i rtthl. .ummer. The new offlcer.are
nana nu a wiun J -" . I ... rt r-anfiolH nreaident: Mr..
With an Irishman .wnreaident- Mrs.
I W . A. OUCWImbu. f . .
IS GIVEN RELEASE E
reported, I. . Uonon county. i Uf S T
WOOL BILL CAUSES 3
fowls evidently had scraicnea me
. .1.., ..nh while looking for In-
Mill l- . l.
Tnhnr IS an exi-n uii-
"...a i.i the sold
1 11 it man. ur.... .. - ,
nniPIO II! CPU RTF I'JVZV h. nrVper7y near that
I nl.MA 111 tM 1H I L T.h; and he may prospect
VIHWIW w-- V' w f the nreclous
lor goiu. p.n"B" - - r .
I i.i h. i...en found to lead to the
. . I.r denth It
WASHINGTON. Jun Jl. The in- " rf.nnVBrd In navlng quantl-
iectlng of the Democratic wooi rw - , reaident of tnia
vision bill into me wnui n7 mmer
the Insurgent Republlcana or wm "
body Into an open coalition wun m
ltamu.pta in a demand ior m irui
revision of the tariff and brought about
threatened crlal. In tbo nnanoo com'
mliiu In enntrol of the SonatO,
a th- .nd of a bitter ngni tne
resolution by Senator Gore, requesting
iho ffhanco committee to report back
k. 1.111 liefnra July JU. waa
-.1 .A l. vnte nf S8 to 18.
uwuiri j r ..... - - . , . . .
r . 1 .1.1. Dn..h I . . . . AlA PBI VI
8eiAtor Bourne, tMmwnwu, fan Nit bpahivh wr,w--
. sr-i.MH. uniaif in tiki 1
TREATMENT T. O. HAGUE
n wuuo um a ...w . . I
MAN ARRESTED A3 HILL CRIME
SUSPECT NEVER SPOKE
WHILE IN JAIL.
The atrangeat prisoner ever confln
Am.imr the Oregon City pioneer.,
, . v. ....... n 1 raimlnn In
who aiienueu un "'
ortland were Mr. and Mr., ueorge
iiarriinir. Mr. and Mrs. David Cau-
field. G. R. H. Miller, Mr.. J. W. Nor
tla and Mrs. McCarder. Many from
the county also attended. All bad a
.i-iiirhtriii time nieeiiua
and talking about tne eariy uaya
ih. at ate. one of the most interesting
n.nmn. ai the reunion 10 me ures
City delegates waa John McHaley, who
wore a badge marking him a. an ar
rival ln 18i:i- He 1. Beventy-three
year, old .but has tne sirengiu uu
WIFE, SUING, SAYS
HUSBAND STRUCK HER
Jone d Polndexter voted to take
... - .i kilt with the understand-
lat when it comes onii
s It will h uaed aa the baal. for
a lrai rovialon of the Payne-Aid-
av llKATHER IN8ICATI0NS. .
i'J- f V- e .
tOiregon Clty-Shower. Thuro-
-.nnia Hnarks has filed a suit
i.i i r. Rnarka to whom she waa
married at Brigham. Utah. February
. 1905. The piainun say - -
band baa treated ner crvmuj.
n. we sun i.uj. oiiuw.i i aura- w I uuu u- '. , .,,,, , ,k. Ilu
dar. probably fair; aouthwost to aaaerta that ho la addicted to tne uae
e northweat wlnda. . of alcoholic liquor, and often came
. -k rrWaaaaa1cl 0 W Ok 1 SI ami RrkrMA HMIHU Ok Ylfl WlltllU ssnwwa
uniun-i i "7V T ' .. . ' u. whr al
. . nnrtmn. variania i ran nor vne names. on
v iiui f .-- - -, . . .. ....1. Ok
. i...m n nnrtnweateriT. a i itnrea ne wouia rina ibuh wn.u -'
Z thing ah. did and finally ah. waa
. shelter. Later, tho avers, ho promised
filfll ArVlll V I- HI to be kind to her. and .ho returned to
V U Ml L. IS I U Lt L him. but he commenced to treat her
. .. ,u l.val cruelly again, ana anocaea nor. aown
My eigni o-acro . " " ghe again left him. There la one
land 3-4 tnilo from Oregon City llmiu. nd Allce aged flv yw. tor whom
irmf at An Mnlalla road and la on the th nlalntlff asks custody ef and also
"olectric UM holng bu.U from Oregon .sk. i to. bo V BSS2?Z
City, to Bilvorton. I will sou you '"""J" r,prnt. Mr.. Spark..
either tract for $700 nd give tonne, i T Q HagUe ha. filed .ult again.t
I own tblt Und anenow tho raluo of Ann, B. Hague, to whom h -waa mat
land. Thl. la tho be.t b.rg.in to oo i.eo
had ln Clackamas county
1 en. AA-acra tract on fino road I mllea 1 . . d Dr0vlded hla wife with
- ... 1". . A....... 1
from Oregon City. 5 mile, from 0J. , iuUabie nome. iw -... .
Will trado for city property WfT .-" V.7ee..nted by
from Oregon City u .rma " V "". . ' '
111 aiWBWal WIBJU I M J . maHllllBiUWiw
a oeai or you Wm.
jt i .k. rlnrVimii County laie waa I .... i. a vnulh
I'll ill inc v ' - , , riiuiuniMui v. ,
,.a w.Hneadav. He wa. arresteo ,.Vi. r.ihsr ' he said, "waa the first
about two weeks ago by Deputy Sher- mn o break the .agebrush over the
Iff Miles near Mtlwaukle. aa a au.pect g ,n ,h( 0regon country. 1 wa.
i ih- um traaedy. and he never ut- . ... 0id when he came from
. word from the time he waa . Uv father waa the-irst
,.u. mm riintodv until he waa re- . . team over the bluffa at
leased. Who he Is. where he cam 0regon clty. on the way over when
from, what la hla business, or what hi. food wgg gone w aoaked the hair
nationality is sun U"R""W". l, , off the borseniae auu ate
authorities. Thsl ne naa nuiu.
do with the quadruple crime, however, McLOuGHLIN MEETING TONIGHT,
-AaltlVat 1 .aaaMaw
The man understiKd what waa saldJ Dr-ctort of Memorial Association to
to him and proved woe au . be Electee.
e 1 DnH HllH I . .. ..I.. U.lMlh.
man. He wa. laenuueu The annual meeting oi ue,","""B1"l
where he waa taken to be exf - n Memorial A.socatlon wlU be held
a. a man who bad served a term in ' , . d,f:t0r.. The aaao.
.'workhouse there, and when ) tber. tonight accompl,.beda grea t d-
he lalked. mai n,u.. ""'"J"t ln restoring me ""' "
aence waa proved by bis doing what 0fe011 Clty and obtaining money
he wa. "old o do. and his counting 7Bl.,e 'with which to maintain
h. money when it was returned to mTK)j a meetng wll be the n,os
Mm uin hi. departure. The authorl- rnt hPHd for ometlme nd all
tie. have no mea wnere membera.are requeru w
BROTHERHOOD HOLDS MEETING.
il or l
Rofreshmonu' Served and Fine fro- T
, gram la Ronoera-
hl Fraternal Brotherhood of -Am
erica held a socfal meeting it KJ
Hall Frhlay evening, i")' " .
given, wniuu w i " - j
. ' i D.tr.ihmMiti vest served.
The fo lowing . si ..
RAna "My country, i "V" ...
ho..b anio. Mr. Rehpennlg:
"song H Kennedy: 'violin ..! Mr
song. n. .. Mr. Slnnott;
"-.S Ramnw McLarty;
through the Jungles or Ainca. H.,Bina Fox. second vice-president
Mrs. Fox to Lecture. Mrs. O. D. Eby. secretary ana Mrs.
-.. w-hiu iho nmmm will he some-1 a a vtnhler. treasurer. Mrs. J. w
. k.t riifforant ih. ivnnd dav It Will Mi.rr a la the retiring Dremueiii. mi
be Juat as Interesting as that of the members are urged to attena toaay
first. The leading event, win do .crip- i meeting.
ture-reading by Rev. Edith Hill Book
er, a lecture on parliamentary iiw.
by Mrs. Emma A. Fox, band concerts,
lecture by Dr. Mcuuire on An insn
man's triD through Europe," baseball
and a dramatic reading, "The Melting
Pot." by Mrs. Lula Tyler Gates
July 6 will be Scotch day. and there
will be bagpipe music. Highland danc
ing, songs and recitations, including
Rolihv Burns" by Hon. Wallace mo
Camant, Portland. Mrs. Delphine
Marx, the famous contralto, will aing
and Lulu Tyler Gates will give a
readlna- "Polly of the Circus." There
will alao he baseball games, band con
cert, and selectlona by the Apollo
Concert Company of Chicago.
SALOON OWNER TO
BE TRIED AGAIN
ANOTHER COMPLAINT AGAINST
KERRICK FOR ALLOWING
WOMEN IN PLACE.
1 Run. The man attracted attention oy
his suspicious action, and hia inquiry
for the Barlow trail Into Eastern Ore
gon. "Wo found that the man backtrack
ed," aald the sheriff. .Too hunt will
be continued for. him today. . Persons '
living In tne neignoornooo of whore
the man waa aeon are alao searching
for him. . '
"There la no intention to give P
the search for the alayer of tho Hilla.
Although he got a good .tart wo still .
have bopea of capturing mm,
Sheriff Returned for Reet. 1 '
Sheriff Mass show, tho effect of his
long search. He hunted all Tuee-
day night for tne Bun rub suspect
and returned homo last night to get
neceaaary rest. '
Th man failed to reach Aschofrs,
which 1. on the road he. would have,
to take if lie followed hia original In-,
tention to atrike out for tho eastern
Bide of the Cascades. The pas. over
the mountain, that he would have
bad to tackle to follow tho Bartow
trail la rona-h and dlfflcutt and worn
knit. a. the man waa with Wa long
tramp, It la not tbougnt possioie no
could have continued over IL
Inqulriea made by teiepnone irom
Sheriff Stevens" office did not result
ln finding anyone living along the
route the man took who baa aeon mm
aince Monday evening. .
Wild Man" la Seen.
a reoort waa received from a wo- -
man living near Ardenwald, .that a
man answering the description or to
"wild man" seen In the wooda near
Ardenwald and the one who attached
Gua Obrtst last week, waa aeea again
Monday afternoon. Tne woman aaiu
she saw him running along a fence
through a patch of wooda a little to
the south -of the wooda Into which
Obrlst'a assailant fled and from wnicn
be emerged every morning at t or S -
Thla 1. the tlret time ainco mo at
tack on Obrist that the man has been
seen. The deputy shenns nave nee"
keeping their watch nightly at tne
farma around Ardenwald but have
seen no sign of him. .
The woman who aaya sne saw m
"wild man" described him aa being
but partially clothed. She wa. much
frightened but apparently ho did not
ee her and ran through the wooda,
following the line of a wire fence.
ATHLETES TO PLAY "JUMBO JIM."
proceed. Will Go Toward Fund For
West Side wun- - ,
i.,mi. Tim'1 ia the title of a play
to be given by the West Side Athletic
Club within a few weesa at toe
Side schoolhouse. Between the seta , .
there will be vaudeville sketches and
Illustrated songs. The proceeds of the
entertainment will go toward the
building to be erected by the club.
The following Is the cast of charac
ters: "Jumbo Jim," a darkey who
does Just aa be Is told. Glen Bathorf ;
"Mr Gobbleton. Adelaide's scheming
guardian. Ray Orelbel; "Mr.Cheatem.
an unacmpuloua lawyer, Ray Parker;
"Henry Merrllle, -Adelaide's tow.
Floyd Blackburn: "Mrs. Gobbleton,
drowned, but very much alive. Mis.
Ford; "Hannah," Gobbleton". servant,
Hilda Ford; laborers, three men witTf
five hands, members of tho athletic
Idaho Man Buya Tract. '
D. W. Davia, of Wardner, Idaho, Baa
purchased a five-acre tract from James
pertlow at Mount . PleaaanL Thla
place was recently vacated by the Rid
er family, who had lived) there ton. the
oast vear. Mr. Da via and family .will
I arrive here next week. ' W
you had. Call Room 11 Stevens Bldg.,
. : . Cyrus Powell
, Lleoaoo looued to Couple.
Ana urnrv Hartman and George
Edward Drlsooll, of Portland, were
granted a marriage " J w
Bog !0S.nesday by County Clerk MeWey. .
K," prano""".nd solo. Ear. Smith
nH arch Long; addresses by Mr.
A"h.. and atate manager;
I no proRrain u"."
until a lat bour
r.i.k..u at Pair Grounds.
... ".i r the Clackamas
County Fair Association, held 1 In thls
clty. it waa decided to give to W. H.
"r"r.k- eminent commission
uair, one i - .
merchanta ot Canby. the privilege of
k. fair arnunda on July . I
. HAVE VOLR WATCTI
A WATCH vilt run' nithriut
oil or cleaning lonjsr.thM
ony otucr piece oi
r cut it needs loth occasion-
it .oi l rnniJer I. CI v
the balance wheel iravem tvrr f.i'.rt
miles i day. you -will not pniJifv y -if
witch a speck .of cntnjs
nce a vear. .It '!" cret-Va
Leavs your watch with u$ tJ--a ,
Burmeistcr & Ar.drcstn
Oregon City jcvttin
S 3-4 acre, all clear and n crop; 4-room houae, wtood shed, well,
some fmlt, all fenced, three blocka from school, stores and
earllno. This Is a bargain at S2600; part terme.
I W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO.
o ' f . i SIX Main $)U Oregon CKy. f
trial nf JoseDh Kerrlck, pro-
V"r"J V , I I UV a,, a. a. -a-
Among the feature, ot July 7, CluD pretor of the Log Cabin saioon. w
Dav, will be a solo by miss Maua uam- wag arrested again nu -, B"v
masch, an address, "The Scholarship knowing two women In his place, has
LOHn Fund." Mrs. Frederick tggert. hH)n ,et for Friasy. wmci, , i
.. . t.i ...... I - ....... in-j tTR anH riven
an adaFesa oy Mrs. o. m. muiu., rormer inai wa ii.. "
council of Jewish Women and an ad- a 8Pntence of ten days in Jail by ko
dress on "The Press and the Club corder Stlpp. He applied to the tir-
xirm" K Mra T. Hidden. Ure- n.,lt Court ror a writ oi roiww
eon Press Club. ' There will be cofi- Judee Campbell dismissed the Case
certs by the Apollo Concert Company. on the ground that the complaint naa
M . i w. lLXm . . u...l ra wTI KArrlCK aO-
tisical Elections, aaareasea uj not Deen ' rL
Emma A Fox and W. a. w uuama, clarea on tne " -- -
baseball game and a lecture "The room in which the womu
Spirit of Democracy. Governor j. was rented py a muiw. jr"
rrank Hanley. or inaia,.-. ne nuu - ---- --
July 8 is Boys' Day. ro,"e'' " . "'nred after aiv
l Tt-IIITI s-iji Licaaau. tii HK" .
July 8 ha. been designated uoya each Bnd naTe not
Day. nd boy. and girl, under . xteen 'nJnbogn n hla cUy B,nce.
year, of age wui oe cnaru -.- .,A,aftAna00e0e:toeo4oeooe()oo
cent, admission, several proi.....". a0,otffeou"TTv-. - ... w. . .
a An rst t9rA4 ffi Ad I 1 ' ' ' A
lecturers nv own
dress the boys and girls njw
be concerts by the Nave: H""8
Band, a lecture by Govern, r J. m
Hanley. the start or me
maratnon ror wj, -
ersi otner mmcnMig . - k a
On July 9 there win -" o
W. H. Boyer. tenor, aim ""'
!imBi.iLu. -in av. a concert In
come, un n.,". . - - - ..i
two perts. The cnonis win
12B selected volcee.
aL at the Features.
r-..i,.r. nf the remaining aays win
r-.w. . . i .
. nn.jirta aames. lecture.
ne n.u .mhe
music and baseoan g-n.-.
aneskers are MISS INancy o . -
- . T Ha vf.r Wl -
land. Dr. Newton ji . - -
urn Sterling Battle. Dr. Lena K.
Badler. Dr. WllHsm S. Sadler m"-
a-.i... tV TJa7alrin IIT. I DRI - " '
Mrs ItTH T.te. Dr. W. a Hlneon.
MVr.". JL ii. r K nerchtold.
William tt... " Miih Hill
.. wi.aHa at BTI W IW"" -
Booker. Mr.. Emery Dye and Mra.
Emma W. GUiesm
Mia. Rambo'a Funeral Tody.
The funerab. service) over "e re
mains of Miss Msy H. R,m?v. hf?d
Zl on Tuesday mornlnaVwllbneld
thlrt morning- at 'num
residence of Mr. fcnd Tre. W"
Rambo. corner Sixth and John
-trLt Rev J R. Landsborough of
t3; f The infrment will be in
?b. Mountain View cemefry. ;
A FINE LOT of Furniture just trriYtd, r: "
t will be glad to show Jrcra. -1 ?
ing Machines on the i-sf jT. t-ti, tiTS i
down and two dollars per racr'Ji withct Iz.'.,:.
.' ' A. H. iSTURflES