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WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED
XOL. 1 No. 145.
OKEGON CITY, OREGON. HUNDAY, JUNE 25, 1911.
Peb Week, 10 Cektb
YOU LL zW'lY ,
THE ONES Wt HAVE TO TELL ,
Ail ttrvilyiU of Hie oll of
NY.Clly shows 1Iki1 some
of Hie most fertile Ground
m America Is being vusTed
on hotels, officc-LxiildindS.
cats diid deportment
AMERICAN SAILORS CHEER KINO
At HK PASSES ON ROYAL
DELAWARE IS BICCEST WARSHIP
Oun, Thunder and Banda an Craft
Ply National Air Eighteen
I'OllTBMOUTH, June 24 Tlia war-
tuis of the world boomed a royal
naliiir today la honor of Kugtaud a
iiil'ir king. Hrlght auushltie came at :
IhkI'io land IU brilliancy to one of:
ih moat Impressive acm of all the ,
gorgeous pageantry attending tb cur-,
i, mi Ion of (Jaorge V. !
In a double Una all miles In length t
flouted the, rolgbtleat of Hrltlsh'a war-i
Mla The llflea ware Joined at either
riicl by a fo-mlle stretch of smaller I
craft while off tba lale f Wight IS
foreign vaaaala lay dreaaed In glitter- j
lug colore. Among them waa the Am-:
erti-an dreadnought Delaware, icrrat- :
rt and moat powerful of all the huge !
fighting ahla In the vaat armada aa-
Fleet Ready For Service.
The narrow watera of the Solent
never held ao large a fleet. It waa the
moat effective ever brought together.
Kvery rlaaa waa represwiited and evory
one- of tba US ehlpe anchored waa
ivady tor active aervlce.
Tbla mighty fleet preaented an ap
laranc at once magtilflcei.t and
and awo-lnaplrlng. Flags of all na
Hona wera whipped by the breeie
aloft, while myrlada of tiny atreamera
tretrhed across every ahtp from atem
to atern. Tba moequlto fleet had a
poaltton along the ahore. and behind
the little craft. In the mouth of the
hay, Innumerable yarhta were drawn
ud. Surrounding the fleet were erores
of llnera, Including the Atlantic llnera
l.a Bavole and George Waahlngton. on .
which wera hundredrof American via
Itora. King la Cheered.
... M ahi Vlcinrla end Al
lien entered the line, the men manned
the ehlpe. tbe guna thundered, and the
banda played tbe national anthem. On
tbe bridge the King atood In an ad
mtrai'a uniform, acknowledging the
cheers of the aallora and vlaltora. Cap
tain Oove and the men or me uei
ware and the guests aboard gave tbe
Kins a cheer which waa truly Ameri
can, to which Ilia Majesty replied with
tbe Delaware, from the topa of ber
fighting maata, flew Immenae Ameri
can and British flaga, which topped all
the real. .
ALBERT BARTER IS BADLY
BEATEN AT BRICKYARD DANCE.
' Albert Carter, foreman for a con-trartlna-
firm In Oregon City, waa aer-
i...,.iv Kjiaten in an altercation at tba Rl,t,r im, hla home In the hill aec-
Brickyard dance on the Abernathey tlon eary n the morning, and while
road lata laat night. He told Police- ,,,s fatt,er. mother. Deputy From and
men Cook and rrtnit that hla" aaaail- ,hB etlre IHillce forca of Oregon City
m. .Marked him with rocka. H wr liMiklna for blm. ha waa enjoy-
aaya ka knowa them and will awear 1lg , trolley ride to Portland. Kluier
out warrwnta for,. their arreat today. got on tne car aa aeveral women
Cartera face la badly brulaed and cut. ,,oarued It. and the conductor thought
k. ..a a member of the party. The
S Bl I" I II n CCC women, however. gtt off Juat before
Irtlh AN I J L L the car reached lortland and then the
VWllL lll .,,., nu,,toned the boy.
i trarta of rich level "M name la Elmer Babr." aald the
.... . ru tlmlta. child, "and I live In Oregon City
,.na -- . -- - .ve m, a nlcUle t0 buy .ome
Fronte on noiaua ro-u .uu w ( ,hought , wou)d taWa a
electiio lino being built from Oregon Q ,,ortland wanted to aee the
I will aell you I ... .,v .11 h mvaelf "
. tinn .nrf viva term a. I ih. Kunlcane. of Oregon City, who
land. Thla la the beat bargain to be obJecUon to MnK put on a
had In Claokamae county. I bava rlurn car. He waa delighted, bow--
flA.r- rapt on fine road I mllea ..- When hla mother met him aa the
from Oragon City., m,,
Will traa ror cuy i"' "r" h had aucn a fine trip, and Port
?SS.' SB ta.d .IVotrbllger tfea Oregon City."
vnu had. Call Room 11 Stevena Dldg
or wrlta ' ' . 1 i
' OREOOK CITY.
a tT r n r rRfn a M ft aaaai a a m ava a a a aa a
' rLnrL I MAI C.U bY VYAL MUUUALL'?
TO MEN ONLY.
If you think
irr a m bk . "
superior io a
us1 put your
toWt on U.
tboul an hour
til dawn upon
that poor frail
Woman . when
jarmvorTt plus endur-
dnce and I hen some can
put it all over mere Man .
IF YOU HAVE A HAIR LEfT USE OZa
DAILY PUZZLE .
What sort of dn Intellect
goes with ct coiffure or
hair delirium lirtetnls?
A Invk set of imported
will be given lor The Ttrsl
EXHIBIT OF CLUB
Postal Savings Bank
Opens Here Tomorrow
7 a .--;i,ssM. vVi HJzmS
OUR MOVING PICTUPaKiDSA
"OTJR MOVING PICTURE
TATTtMPTEfl TkFM AnQ THE?
K014AD OF 3 TAKES:
CAR RIDE ALL BY SELF
Mothers Congress Head ,
To Speak At Chautauqua
LITTLE ELMER SAHR
CANDY MONEY TO SEE SIGHTS
Elmer Sahr, three yaara old, naa
.hnwn leiiiluiiclea to waortor ever aince
he could walk, but hla expeuiuon oi (
Balurdny atampa him aa being a j
uonmd of no mean qualification, i um
little fellow, who la a eon or e.awaro
If'" ,yv.;v I
SAMPLES' OF CLACKAMAS COUN
TY PRODUCTS MAKE FINE
V . DISPLAY.
COLD AND SHYER ORE INTERESTS
Section of Knotted Blrd'e-Eye Maple,
Big Egg. Berrlear Cherrlea
and Vegetable Ar
The exhibit in the new Promotion
building of tbe Commercial Club, are
attracting much attention. At leaat
fifty peraona from ov of town call
at tbe building aany to aee tbe Clack
amas county nroducta. Secretary La
ze lie aald Saturday that an tna e
Ihlblta axDected have not been recelv
ed. but the collection la already large
and give an insight Into tbe resources
of the county.
The dlBDtav of the Ogle Mountain
Mlninr HomDanv. which conalsts of
ore containing gold, allver and other
metals probably attracta tne moat at
tention. Tbe aamplea show conclu
sively that there la plenty of gold and
silver in the mine, and when it la
fully developed It will be one or tne
I best producers In tbla part or tne
Blrd'e-Eye Mapla Attracta.
A aectlon of the trunk of a bird's-
eye maple, cut from the farm of C. C.
Sannea, of Canby, la one of the fea
turea of the collection. Tbe wooa ia
beautifully gnarled and knotted, ana
of that delicate color which makea me
Oregon maple ao highly prized.
A. H. Flnnegan naa a line exniou
of aeadling atrawberriea propagated
i by himself. The berries are large ana
of splendid flavor. He haa named tna
variety "The Mount Hooa.
A lemon on a tree preseniea oy mrs.
K. U Newton, meaauree twelve incnee
In diameter. Thla ia aald to be tna
largest -lemon ever grown in Oregon.
J. M. Boaael. of Law ton Heights, haa
given the club what be saya ia the
lareoRt hen's eca ever iaia in mia
D . . m
state. Tbe egg is seven, ana one-nan
Inches in clrcumrerance.
Chineee Glvsa Head of Cabbage
Miv Wing, the Chinese gardener,
has presented the club a head of cab
bage which' weigna eigm pounaa.
Merchant Sella Out -
A. L Shore, who recently opened
a atore on Main atreet, almost op-
noalte the postofflce, baa aold hla atock head of lettuce, grown by O. B. Fre
..... . . , . . tag. at Gladstone, la one foot In dl-
and transferred hla lease to L U , oeoree DeBok. of WUUmette.
Schllt. Mr- Schllt-wlll taka- charge I haa a diaplay of turnips aome of whtch
Monday. The atock consist, of aboe ara elgbt incne. n aiame er
cVuthlng. haberdashery, etc.
One of the most interesting exhibits
la a llmh contalnlnc a cluster of cher
rlea, which waa cut from a tree which
nttwiuivi a ton of cherrlea a year.
The tree la owned by J. 8. Smith, of
Patrons of the Oregon City poat-
offlce may become depositors in the
new postal savings bank, begiahing to
morrow morning at 8: SO o'clock when
the teller' window opena for the first
day's business. Mrs. P. L. Nash, who
has been at the money order depart
ment window, will be tba teller.
Postmaster Randall baa not been
allowed additional belp, although If
tbe banking business cornea op to
expectations, he will need at least one
more clerk. No more than f 100 at a
time will be accepted from one de
positor and 500 is tbe limit for in
dividual deposits. The holder of cer-
tlflcatea to the amount or xauu may
purchase a postal savings bond and
aealn become a depositor, iniereai.
on deposits starts at the beginning
of the first month after aepoait are
marie, and intereat will not be paid
unless the money I kept in tne nana
one rear. -
Tbe only persons eligible to become
rienoaltora In the postal savlnga banka
are tbe patrons of the postofflce where
the bank Is located. It baa been ae-
ctded. however, that a man who waa
not a patron of an office where there
is a postal bank might become a de
positor by purchaalng a money order
for a email amount, wnica we owce
would cash Immediately. The object
of the provision la to prevent one bank
from accepting money from patrons
of another office who abould be sup
porting their own bank.
Of tbe Doatal. bank at' Olytnpla,
postmaster Cavanaugh, of that office,
says that the depoeita in that bank
were large the Ilrsi monm, ou ww
then the average daily number of de
positor ha been small. He expecia,
however, that bualnesa ,wlll Improve
aa people become more familiar jwtth
.a lanir1mnL '
L K - . . . 1
w-ho the first depositor in we ioci
bank will be ta causing much speculation.
SHOCK M FALL
BRIDGEWORKER SUSPENDED ON
WIRE CHARGED WITH
9,000 VOLTS. V
KSLl-HAKDS LOOXON ASH Cr.CTS v
Hold of Fellow Worker Broken, Vlo
tlm 8trlke Floor Injuries Con
sist of Contusions and
With score of horrified mlllwork
era, many of them women, on their '
way to their homes in West Oregon
City, looking at him, Harry Hender
son, a painter, dangled for mora than
a minute rrom an eieciric wire va
the suspension bridge late Saturday .
afternoon, and then dropped Into the
arms ot fellow workmen twenty feet
below. " '
The force of tbe fall waa broken, but
Henderson sustained serious Injuries
in addition to the burns he had re
ceived from coming In contact with
the wire, which waa charged with
more than S.000 volt. That ho es
caped Instant death la amazing, and
what la still more remarkable be will
LAUGHS AT CAPTORS
nirwn Nev.. June 24. (Special).
i ru...h vailev Bcottv. of national fame,
. waa arrested tooay war n
1m nan V with aeveral mining men,
v....i..- hiirii.vTaria ore
nn auanirion ui ntvma
from the national mines in u
Ion. A searcn warrant
1 1 nnvMdimi. but no high-grade
... m " - . .v- waa
orw could be rouna, auu -
i-m mmA ffr.m nllSwdV.
Banll. In mnint With J. 1 B'J'
nolds. a nmmlnent mining man oi
Paaadena: D. W. Kennedy, Of Rono,
and Charlea Haaffner. were returning
from National in an automobile. Ad-
it'a a regular olrcua t buy at thlalyicee haa prevloualy been received In
, - .-. - 'Iwinnemucca that tba party were re-
atort. turning from a mission to get high-
a hl dlsnlav of wlda-awaka atylaa grade ore, Clarence Sage, chief detec-
A Dig Oispiay bi i . n-tAtiA rnnanlMat4 and
and valuaa, featuring th ",w Deputy Bherlffa Moore and Nofaonger
et out to apprenena tne party, ana
MRS. K. H. TATE.
Mra r. H. Tate, prealdeot of the
Oregon State Congresa of Motbera.
will awak at the Willamette Valley
pv.xf.iiniii. at 11 oclock on the morn
ing of July 14. Mrs. Taie is oue i
the most interesting apeasera m iu
.iaia and the organliatlon of which
she Is the head haa done much uae-
Mrs. Clara H. Waldo, regent oi iu
O. A. C. will also apeaK on juiy n.
vir wairin haa lust returned from an
.vt-nrieri trio through Europe where
she has studied tne great quesuoua
nnrtalnlna- to the home and the school.
1 . ftfnftkAM waa
The Oregon i;onptrea ui
nr.anUn tn 105. There are in ron-
"e - - - . i..
land twenty I'areni-1 riui
as well aa a great many more through-
out the atate. . '
Th. wnrU 1a C V C in US Droaaeai
.nd hisheat sense, and Its aim la to
Klve to every child the opportunity to
develop bia nignesi p""""""""
cally, menUlly. and morally to bring
Into closer relation the home and
the achool that parenta and teachers
may co-operate Intelligently in in
training of the child. . -
All who ar interestea in me wr
i. nt rhiiriren should be interested
In the Oregon State Congreaa of Moth-
ers, and attend thla meeting, me
Kindergarten will be In charge of the
Cqngresa of Motbera. Mia Clara A.
Ahlgren and two capaDie aiDiui
will be in charge of thla work.
for eummar ar.
a..ita. nhoaa. Shlrta, Underwear,
A Straw Hat's the Thing.,
V ' BXCLUSIVE CLOTHIBRS
M4 Uk Oth
SA nw.Mala) .
halted them several mllea from Wlnne
mucca. ' : -
The offlcera were armea to in
teeth for a fierce realatanc waa at
noteri. However. Scotty and hi as
sistant good-naturedly submitted to ar
rest and the searcn reveaieu v v'
cent of high grade. No attempt waa
made to eP tne m -party
under arreet. and they procwdad
Vo Wlnnemucca. where Sootty aoon
told of hla experience, and of having
given the officer the "hora laugh.
r.. . Mih with a bit of soda on
t u and clean up the gre" Pot" on
your kitchen floor. , .
GRANGE SELECTS FAIR SPACE.
Committee From Logan Promlesa Fine
Orange, ot Logan, composed of O. D.
Robbina and Mrs. W. P-.WJ"
called upon Marshall l J "J
tarv of the C ackamaa. County Fair
A.rLut.on. Saturday. "fgj
apace for the grange atblblt at the
Th committee reported that the
erop near Logan are looking fine
Th. rr.nn will have a fine display
at the fair.
tum riumlaa Oat Llosnssa.
Licensee to marry were Issued Sat
urday to Helena Hopp and Charlea
Wleland, and Avla M. Fnch and
Walter H. Taylor.
Divorce Suit Dismissed.
The divorce auit of August Slewert
against Christina Stewart wa alsmiaa-
ed in the Circuit Court Saturday.
like to see a
1000 feet of film showing
the wild animals in cap
tivity in one of Americas
finest zoos Lincoln Park,
One of those ood Western
Hearts and Flags
A war drama with Tew equals.
LIFE TO SAVE GIRL
P. DAVIS, ROADWORKER. DIES
800N AFTER BEING
L. P. Davis, the roadworker, who
aia in at Vincent's HoSDltaL Port
land aa a result of Injuries received
wKiia hiantlns- stum is near Eagle
Creek, it was learned Saturday, prob
.hiv HakPd dancer himself to aave a
little girl. Davis, who waa working
with A. D. Dennett, the road supervlBor,
had placed the charge of powder and
lighted the fuse. .
It waa the custom for one of the
men to run in one direction on the
road and the other to run In the op-
. hi ration in order to warn per-
sons, who might be approaching, of
dancer. In this Instance, nowever,
Davis became confused and started in
h. .ama direction that Burnett had
taken. Burnett called his attention to
the mistake, and. although Dav a had
gone more han 100 yards, he turned
around and, It la thought, saw the
little girl approaching from the direc
tion he should have taken. Without
hesitation, he retraced hla steps, and
..-i ih. atiimD. He had got about
seventy yards from the blast when
i..d and tie was knocked down
by a part of the atump. The little girl
.y.. not far away. Davis' left leg waa
broken and hla aide waa badly torn.
Dr. Adix. of Estacada. waa
j -... examination, he ordered
re man taken to the hosp.tal.n Port-
I .nm aa nnBSlUIB.
with an amouiancw, (-
BROOK TROUT DISTRIBUTED.
. a ik. ata.
narty with tne injurea iuu -v
tlon and he waa hurrlea M . 'i"'
t.. riled soon afterward.
iai, wuc. - ---- - -,. f hla
Mr. Bennett warnea ---danger,
and aeveral persona who wit
nessed the accident declare thkt the
Supervisor did all that waa pos.lble
to aave hla fellow worker.
County Charge Dlea.
Martha Hunson; eighty-four yeara of
Ke, wno . r .
for aeveral year, oieu d.'"- -
he home of Mr Oulnup. The county
paid $25 monthly for the aged wo
.w off the handle of
. i, ,n Kmah.vour horae witn
:ir ro biv. bn over him with a
comb and brush of the regular kind
como au handl thla in the
stall the first time, however, lest th
horse may be ecarea oj
rt doea take aome time to spray
n a?: h. well expended.
r.;rng noting .'bout the comfort of
fa cwa. there will be
return for the work you iay
Fourteen Thouaand Fish Obtained For
Creeka By O. D- toy.
thousand Eastern brook
m..t were" sent to Molalla Saturday
and will be distributed in me
of Rock Creek. Teasel Creek and Rua-
rrwk Three tnousana iruui
be planted In Clear Creek next week.
These fish, were obtained from the
riackamaa Station of the United
States Bureau of Fisheries upon re
quest of Attorney O. U. fcoy, oi vu.
WORK ARE REJECTED
JUDGE BEATIE TO HAVE FORCE
EXCAVATE FOR ROCK
The County Court Com miss oners
at a meeting Saturday rejected all bids
for remodeltag. the courthouse. Tbe
bidders were Clarence Simmons, of
this city. William LaSalle ft Son. of
Gladstone, and P. Chapelle Brown,
of Portland. The commissioners de
cided after an architect had made a
report on the specifications, that they
were not satisfactory. The specifica
tions of Mr. Simmons were n"r
what the commissioners wanted than
mose of the other bidders. He failed
however, to provide for quite enough
TmntyMJudge Beatle said that he
would start H force of men excavat
ing Monday in the rear of the court
house, where it I. proposed to buUd
an addition, for a solid foundation. An
Iron rod driven several feet In the
ground did not strike rock, and It is
feared that the cost of making the
foundation will be much more than
1... ..ri nn at first The com
missioners apent two day examining
the bids and apecincanouo
tw. h dav. aa the weather grows
f.ka a hit more palna in hav
ing everything about the dairy in the
very ping oi cieau"""
Man Live In Portland.
Henderson, who live in Portland,
and ia employed by a contractor of
that city, had been working all day , ;
on the bridge, and Juat a little before
quitting time tbe other workmen oat
the atructure were attracted by a
cry aa if uttered by someone In pain.
Looking . up they saw Henderson
winging from the wire, which waa
under one arm. They hastened to n '
spot directly under him. A few morn .
writhing released him from the wire, "
sid he fell Into the arms of th men
oerow. i ue j uia
ly, however, and he slipped through .
to the floor of the bridge. Tbe man V
waa conscious when he waa picked up.
and hurried to the office ot Dr. Mela- 'V
ner. . It waa found that ho waa severe-
ly burned on both bands, and on the
right aide, and he, waa sf faring from
contusions on the head, back, shoul
ders and, in fact, all over hla body.
Man la Stoical. 1 . .
" Although In great pain Henderson
insisted that he waa not serioualy
hurt, and would be aU right In a few
days. After his Injuries worn driaaid
be waa taken to WUdwood HoapttaL -
where another examination waa nmae. .
It la thoueht that the painter first
caught hold of th wire wltbr hta right .
hand, thla one being more severely
burned than tne lert. . uui tor tne
other workmen breaking hla fall It Is
believed that he would have been
killed Instantly for ha struck on hla
head. The bridge was recently re
constructed, and the, painting which
completes the work, will be finished
In a few daya, , - r- -
FORECLOSURE ASKED .
- 0!l 55-ACRE TPCT
A. E. LATOURETTE SUES FOR BAL
ANCE OF 13,044.40 AND
A. E. Latourette, trustee, haa filed
suit against W. D. Haynea and wife.
H. B. Switzer. O. U Masten ana uavia
rancher to foreclose a mortgage on
about 55 acres of land In the Milton
Brown donation land claim. It la
charged that on October 1. 1902. .'
Fancher obtained a loan of $2,360 from
Latourette, giving him a mortgage on
lota 5 and 6. block 158, Oregon City. ..
and on 0 acres in the Milton Brown
claim. The mortgage on the two lot
and on 4 64 acrea of the acreage! waa -released.
On December 29. 1908,
Francher obtained $900 moro and gave "
second mortgage on tne 60 acrea
and later obtained a release on 4.64 .
acres. This mortgage v haa been aa- '
aigned to Latourette who. asks lor n r
balance of $2,144.40 'on the original
note and Intetest and $900, the f ac
of the notes, for which tb second ?
mortgage was giveii. viv aia ij"
the other defendants clarm . swme i ,
terest In the property held nftver tA.
mortgage. " v
JOHN COLEMAN IB DEAD. '
Willamette. Man la Survived By W-
-and Daughter. - '
John Coleman, who had Hv3;f
Willamette aeveral yeara, died at
home early Saturday morning. '
Coleman la survived by hla, w
and one daughter. He had be
for sometime and his death r
unexpected. The funeral will , - .
at 2 o'clock today. . i( .y . , ' ,
i-4 Acre iraci -
Alrln crop, close to acobl and Electric cr Vz
e. rywill sell this at ycrr c.: .
I terms. If you want a home come $ni see us. -
7. F. SGHOOLCY & CO.
Main St, 04ra city,