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VOL. 1 No. 147.
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED I S6G
OREGON CITY, OttEOON. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1911.
- Tha only "My nsnveaapir
twaan Portland ana" aaJee e4ra
lataa In every eeetlen a Caaaka
mat County, with a population of C .
JO.OOO. Ara you an aevertteerf
Pub Week, 10 Cents
OF HER FUND
LUMBERMAN INFORM- SENATE
COMMITTEI THAT HINEB
TAH'S NAME USED OYER TELEPHONE
Oovtrnor Dlneen Bald to Hava Baan
at Other End of Wlr Whan
WASHINGTON. Juna X7.-W. II.
Vtnik, a lumberman of Dulutb, Minn.,
lot. tha Hetiale committee of Inquiry
Into tha Urluiar case today that Kd-
aid lllnea tolaphunad to rtprlnglleld
lo aomeone, probably Governor I-n-rn.
lhat president Taft and Senator
AUIrirh war opposed to llklua aod
that lrlmer "muat ba elected." Tha
linens added that lllnea aald he
would ba down on Ilia Dent train with
all the money needed.
lie related an alleged ronveraatlou
nti lllnoa at the Grand Paclfto Ho-
I tn Chicago. In May. 1i. It waa
al (hat lima, C'k declared, that lllnea
rrmarkttd ho waa "having a hell or
lime'' at Washington. . .
. Staphanton Jt Hamad,
-Now, (or Inataure." Conk testified,
"llluea Mid. 'there la old Stephenson.'
After I got him alerted, ba baa gone
down there and atarted working for
free lumber. The Houthern tJeino
i tad ara tha worat of the whole lot.
He (lllnea) aald ha would hava Ihein
all fixed up one duy. and neit day
I hey balked."
Mr. Cook reiterated hla Springfield
I .-alimony regarding an alleged tele
phone ronvoraatlon lllnea had from
CiMik'a hotel room to Springfield the
duy Henator lrlmer waa elected, or
Hie day liefore.
Cook testified that It waa In tbla
con vernation that lllnea aald ho had
Jiial rome from .Washington and that
President Taft and Henator Aldrlch
were against llopklna.
Lorlmar Muat Ba Elected."
"Lorlmar muat ba elected,' Cook
leailfled lllnea aald over the telephone.
Iitm'l leave anything undone. I will
bo down on tha nest train with all
I he money needed."
More poalilve than "he waa at the
Springfield hearing. Cook testified
without reservation that he anawered
the longdistance call from Springfield
for Mf. lllnea and that tha telephone
girl aald: "Here la Governor Doneen."
"THE WATER'S FINEP
ss, '.' I jf ?.,'. gf V '' t ti b 7'A h YA&,.
Bartholomew in Minneapolis Journal.
IN BURGLAR EIGHT
CHARLES PLATNER ARMS SELF
AFTER HAVING PREMONITION
MEN ARE COM I NO. '
MONEY HIDDEN IN W00DH0USE SAVED
Houaebreakara Fired at. Render Vlv-
tlm Unconacloua With Blow
and Escape Nothing
Stolen From Houaa.
A premonition that housebreaker
were going to enter bla tone and at
tack him, probably aaved the life of
Dr. Charlea Platner, who Urea near
Needy. Monday night. . The burglars
came Just as be bad expected, and
In a desperate battle with them, ur
Plainer waa seriously wounded.
Shortly before retiring Dr. Platner
became possessed of the idea that two
men were going to enter bla I home
that night. The more be thought
about the matter the more be became
convinced that, the men had' plotted
to rob and probably kill blm. Finally
he decided to obtain a pistol and bide
his purse containing $150. The money
was placed under a pile of wood in
the woodhouae, and Dr. Platner placed
the pistol tinder hla pillow.
Chautauqua Gets Noted
MIS3 CLARA A. AHLCREN.
CUB MANAGER READY FOR
OFFERS ON OVERALL.
CHICAOO. June 27. That Orvll
Overall, pitcher, now on the reaerve
list of tha Cuba, would ba traded to
some other team In the National
league, if anch a thing la poaslble,
waa not denied by President Murphy
prior to hla departure for 8L Iula
with the team. lUapatchea from Phil
adelphia Indicated there waa a deal
between Fogel and Murphy on It. Thla
Mr. Murphy would neither deny nor
affirm. He declared, however, that
. - VanA fir.
at me requeai oi mnar u-. -
xuli, ftira were sent to each of the
National laaue magnates, asking
what ther had In return for Overall
and Willie. Mair repllea have been
received, but the offera were not what
Chance thought they should be. and
they were rejected.
JUDGE SAYS MAN HAS RIGHT'
TO OCT DRUNK BIRTHDAY
LYNN, Mass., June 17. A man haa
nA.r.., .laht in set drunk on hla
birthday, according to a ruling of
Judge Uimmna, of the Lynn Police
Court. Jamea II. Kelley waa before
Judge Lummua charged with being In
toxicated. He pleaded that ha waa
R7 veara of age .yesterday and Just
naturally had to celebrate.
Tva got a right to get drunk on my
birthday," aaaerted Kelley.
"1 gu'a you're right." aald Judge
Ijimmua. "You may go."
Oregon City Showers, warm-
' or; aouthweaterly winds'. '
Oregon Showera, followed by
clearing weather west of the Caa-
a ...I. Mmmtaina in afternoon;
a. warmer, except near tha coast;
ft mttxm t aarl tf wlndal.
RELICS SOUGHT FOR .
MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION AT AN
NUAL MEETING RE-ELECTS
The Mrl.oiinhIln Memorial Associa
tion at the annual meeting to elect
directors aturted a movement to ob
tain additional relUa for the McLough
lln homo. Several plecee of furniture,
which belonged to Dr. McLoughlln,
are In possession of persona in thla
ni. ami Portland, and the associa
tion la anxious to obtain them. A
l.datead owned by a Portland family
i. ,rtlriilarW desired. Tha aaaocla
lion haa also made arrangementa to
ni.t.iM ..ih.r anirlea connected with
If 1 1 1 M 1 11 ...... - - .
the early hlatory or Oregon liij
the aiaie. the object being to make the
collection -In - the - nom-one-oi ,u
finest In Oregon, rersona
rellca are assured by tne aasocianuu
that the best of care will be taken
of them at the home. In case they are
lent to the Inalliation.
The , following aireciora were .j-
elected": E. O. Cauriem. me ne .
Illllebrana. joaepn r-. tiw.
erlck V. Holmea. Oeorge H. Hlmea.
Dr. Andrew C. Bmitn. e. a..
Charlea H. Dye and Oeorge a. m-
Mr raufleld. tne K. mo
Parkplace Belle Becomes
Railroad Man's Bride
LAST TRIBUTE PAID
TO R. M. J
BODY OF WELL-KNOWN CITIZEN
OF ST. JOHNS IS BURIED
IN MOUNTAIN VIEW.
brand and Mr. Hedgea will probably
be re-elected president, secretary
treasury reapectlvely. ,
FAMOUS HERD TO BE AT FAIR.
W W. Irvln Alao Promloaa to Mava
Exhibit of Draft Horaee. .
W W. Irvln. or Aurora, on
notified Secretary Lazelle, of the
County Kalr Association, that he would
have hla famoua shorthorn herd on
exhibition at the county fair. Mr. Ir
vln also will exhibit aeveral draft
horses. Charlea Spangler will have
an exhibit of Jerseya'at the fair and
will give demonstration of the latest
milk test. Mr. Laxelle says the Indi
cation are that the live Block ax-
hlbtta at the fair win oe .
ever. The fair. It la believed, will
tlmulate the raising oi more .-.
WALTER M. TAYLOR.
Walter M. Taylor, who married Mlae
A via French, a popular young woman
' f Parkla.ce last Sunday, la a aon of
I. 1). Taylor, of this city, ine urine
groom la connected with the O.-W. R.
M. V Comnanv. The couple weui im
Parkplace to Portland, and from there
U.HI iiv nn their honeymoon for
Omaha. Before returning by-way of
the Canadian Pacific they will visit at
Chlrairo and St. Paul. Mr. ana wra,
Taylor will live In Portland.
FOR POOR ATTENDANCE
MAJOR TELLS BOYS THEY W!T
NOT BE ALLOWED TO GO
ITS A REGULAR CIRCUS
It'e a regular olroua to buy at thla
atora. -' ' ;
: big dlaplay of wlda-awaka atylaa
and valuea, featuring all tha haw toga
for wmmr waar.
a..i.. thoaa. Shlrta, Underwear,
A Btraw Hafa tha Thing. ,
- Hat Ula Othart
. ttH iftal Mala) IN.
ADVERTISING ONE OF SUBJECTS
, TO BE DISCUSSED BY
Offlcera of the Oregon State Editor-
lal Association ara arrai..u
..it- r tkiee days aeBSion oi me
- . . , &
association In Portland beptemoe.
. mrioalve. Oeorge M. Cornwall, of
Portland, and W. A. ,
gon Uliy. prenmcv
MW KM M L 111 11) 1' ' - l ntT
in ni n.,Kii.i..ra In the State, uin'-n
them to attend the meetings, ""'y
m k k.m in .iihttr tha amembiy
ball of the Portland Commercial Club
or the "Jinka" room of tna roriianu
The Durnosea of the gathering
kink marks tha annual meeting o(
tha association, ara a rejuvenation of
the Editorial Association and an edu
cational atlmulua. Advertising and Ita
value to tha advertiBer ana tne pub
lisher will be dlBCussed. The offlcera
of tha association are Booking- to bring
to Portland at that time one of more
coast experts wno wui "
aembled publlsnera. ,
Caaaaday Haa Little Hope,
oAt.iTM Or.. June S7. Oorernor
West aald today
that ha haa given
no thought to the question of parton-
m inj.nh raaaadar. wno waa re-
"Znl raentenced to ba hanged for
murder In the first degree.
m,ir5.r i...M ..id that ao far noth
,gUh beVn p,.i Tup to him and that
he ha neBrd n()th'nt from WUI
Prjortlng to ba circulated f In Baker
county in asau -
The funeral Bervices of Robert M.
Johnson, who died at his home at St.
Johns on Sunday morning at 11
o cIih k, were held on Tueaday morn
ing at 9 o'clock at tne. lamuy. tb
dence at St. Johns, and the Interment
waa In the Mountain View cemetery
i.. akin niiv tha remalna being Inter-
red In the family lot, beelde those of
Mrs. Johnsona parenta, wno aieu
about one year ago.
Many friends of the deceased at
tended the funeral. The services at
tha rrave were conducted by tha Ma
sonic Order, Mr. jonnson diub m
atrumental in establishing the order
at St.-Johns. The riorai pieces weru
Kamiful amonc them being offer
ings from the Order or owia, mbou.
ru Hall of St. Johna. Eastern Star.
Rr.trt Johnson waa oorn ou u-
mhr 22. 1854. in 8anta Roha, So
noma county, Cal.. and with his par
enta moved to Oregon In 1878, Bottling
at Lone Rock, Or where ne engaged
In it., .tnrlr huHlnesa. in l80 ne nitiv
ed to St. Johna. where he and hla
wife have alnce resided, ho waa mar
ried at Lone Rock to Misa rieuie noi
comb on November 7, 1880, who aur-
Uf Tnhnonn was a member of the
R Johns oollce rorce. oui iiwui
Mka no: owlne to Illness, waa com
nuH in elve iid hla dulieB. ne u
derwent a serioua surgical uijii'-
for liver trouble at' tne at. viucem.
hospital, but he rapidly pew. wr.
He was familiarly known at SL Johns
at the "prohl" patrolman, and had
many frlenda who mourn nia ueui.
The deceased la survived ny tne
following Bistera, Mra. neii neii,
Cottage Grove; Mra. Laura Brown, of
Antone, Or.; Mrs. Jennie noum,
Holllster, Cal. He waa a nephew oi
Mrs. R. U. Wilson, or tnia cuy.
Blow Renders Him 8enaeleaa.
Shortly before midnight Dr. Plat
ner was awakened by an unusual
noise, and. looking up, he saw two
men standing near bla bed. He fired
at one of them and the other struck
him with a blunt Instrument. The
blow rendered Dr. Platner uncon
scious and he did not regain hla senses
until about 8 o'clock Tuesday morn-
Neighbors were aummoned and a
futile search was made for the house
breakers. They are thought to have
been men who were Been acting bub
plclously near Needy Monday morning.
Dr. Platner'a nose waa broken and hla
face and forehead are covered with con
tusions. He aald that he remembered
nothing after firing the ehot and see
ing the man strike at him.
Mr. Samson Sees Victim.
One of the men who went to Dr.
Platner'a assistance waa Justice of tha
Peace Samson, of this city, wno naa
been to Silverton to attend a funeral,
and atopped at Needy to visit a broth
er. Mr. Samson aald tnat ur. nai-
ner'a condition waa aerlous, but nia
recovery was expected.
The case la a most remarkaDie one,
said Mr. Samson, "and Dr. riawere
premonition certainly aaved his
mnnev and Drobaoiv- Dia - me. u
housebreakers evidently left after the
attack, for nothing waa missing.
Miss Clara A. Ahlgren, who haa
been engaged for kindergarten work
at the Willamette Valley Chautauqua,
which etarte at Oladstone on July 4, la
a irraduate of the Berkley Kindergar
ten and haa taken a special course In
the University of California. She haa
had several years' experience in prac
tical kindergarten work In Berkley
During the past year Miaa Anigren
haa. with the aid of ner two asuia
rants, 'been conducting a private kin
dergarten in Portland.
Misa Ahlgren'a assistants, Miss
Marie Rodgera nd Misa 8ylvla Phil
lips, will be at Chautauqua to belp
make the work of the kindergarten
APPEARS IN NEW ROLE
POPULAR OFFICIAL GIVES PRIS
ONER HAIRCUT OF THE
DOWNFALL, WHICH BEGAN BUN-
DAY, MEANS THOUSANDS OF
DOLLARS TO COUNTY.
POTATOES AND HAY KEEED IT
Crops Expected to be Unusually Large
aa a Rasult of Warm
Showera Fall la
Farmers of rarioua parte of Clacka-
maa county who were In the city Tuea
day, reported tnat tne rainiau uu
been general, and, aa a reault. It la
expected that the yields thla year will
be unusually large, tne ram w"
not have come at a more opportune
time for potatoes, oata, hay and .other
crops. The downpour waa alow and"
steady, thoroughly wetting the earth,
without packing It It waa also a
warm rain, which waa Just the kind
needed. It means thousanda of dol
lara to the county.
Frank Jaggar, roadmaater, aald that
the rain was Bufnclent, but a little
more would not be harmful. Mr. Jag
nr bam that the lndlcationa for fine
crops of potatoes, oata, hay and Tege
tablea could hardly be better. .-
Although the rain began here Bun
day there waa but a email faU In moat
parta- of the county until Monday
when the eteady rain began, continu
ing virtually all day and part of Tuea
day. Vegetation already had begun
to feel tbe lack of water, and In a
week or two would have suffered
Farmers throughout the county are
Jubilant aa a result of the rain, and
all Bay that the ylelda will be large.
"All we are hoping for now,- aald
a well-known farmer, "la that pricea
will be aa good as we are cenain
the crops will be. But with bountiful
crope we can hardly hope for top
pricee, unless other parte of the coun
try are not ao favored aa we have
been." - - ' 'l
Calico Ball Big Succeaa.
Tha raiton hall elven on Saturday
nlnht hv the Modern Brotherhood of
America at the Willamette au w
largely attended, and a good time waa
karf Th music waa excellent and
was furnished by the Wills' orchestra
of thla city. Refreahmenta were
Mainr W. VV. Wilson, of Portland,
.. in.niii.uH Pnmmnv fl. O. N. U-
nnu i ii 1. 1'. i - 1 - .
at the drill Tuesday nini, um-i..
that the membera of the company
n.ncii tabn more interest In the work
III u w - - - n
or thev might be denied tne pnvneB
thla summer. He
" " " " . .V- J. 111.
M i iha attendance ai i"
BnlU St v . vj
Improved the company would prou-
.!. k allnwed to ao 1IUO caiiiy
- , .
i,,u...t T at ('ollimi)ia uenvu.
ham aiTtv-four members, but
nniv about thlrty-flve were present at
.. ' i,,.noi.iinn Ma lor Wilson was
outspoken In hla criticism of the boyB
t.i- nnt taklnz enougn iineicBi
work, and said that there must be an
improvement at once. Tha following
inm were made:
i. i rtarnen. O. Edwarda and S. M.
'MxrvmaM romorala: M. C. Oellett
from corporal to aergeant, ,
GERMANS HAVE FINE OUTING.
CORNELL WINS GREAT
RACE FROM COLUMBIA
niuu THIRD AND WHW"1"
tririrpsiiG N. Y.. June 27.
While two men lay practlcaHy he P-
lesa In the .Columbia shell, cornen
i.- .iKtmiiioH nut a victory to-
day In one of the greatest four-mile
' . . ..n PmiffhkeeDsie. It
racea eoi - - - - .
nnrnoira race hr a length anu
half with only 6 aeconda to spare. Her
n. in -R! Columbia a. 20. IB
n...in nn Oround. However, Makoa , . Dnn.vivanla waa third. In the
ore ivniwiiw-. v.mltv. Wisconsin lourin
frv.. iniA vlven at the Macksburg ... . hnlDleaa fifth
--- i - ----- . . IA
Park by the NiacKSDurg unuu he Columbia rresnmen Bi(tuiwi"
nn tnat Qnnrlar was attended by I . . ihr vonnnlar division,
about 600 persons from Canby, Aurora, b two Iength8 from Cornell.
nn. Markahiira and many I " .... .Kiri .nH Pennsvlvania
other aectlon's of the county Dancing Jt hlf a ,ength hlnd. The Wlscon-
waa one of tne reaiurea, 8 freshmen were a Dauiy
there being no ptauorm flftn- jhe ornciai time w.
wishing to dance nJ .wY-ViV who
ground, and many from thla city who
' .-j fotino- tha effecta. The
Safun" nana oi ru'ui - -JLV
i.rl alra were gre.tly.ap-
" ,titifi nr.
predated by ma u.
Refreshments were w"-
Maraa To Reopen Rink.
1 .nail inl.
n , hn rnrmeriT iuhuuv.
ed a akatlng rink on itiev-u.
Main atreeta, and who taovad to Port
land, haa returned to thla city m4'M
erect hla big tent and akatlng rink on
the Dolan property on rmeeuiu
Main atreeta. .
ttrawberry Fate Tomorrow.
rw. .nmai afrawnerTT nw u
Poul'a Guild, which waa to have been
held Tuesday, has been postponed
until tomorrow afternoon, on ccount
of the Inclement -weather. The af
fair will take placa at Robo Farm.
bla 10:13 1-5 Cornell. 10:20 2-6; Syra
cuse, 10:23 1-S; Pennsylvania, 10.24
4 8; Wisconsin, iu:aao,
Halt Lka Votoa "Wot"
out t ime CTTT June 27. Salt
Lake City, Oregon and Park City went
iruiav a nrai nm uu wttu ""'
h. heavy maiorltleB. Urovo and Lo-
. am.. .Uii Inn min
. R a. WA nrV I DH Ul
nVunltlea are generally for prol ilbltlon
. . tnwni retalna tne aa-
I School Haa Good Balanoe.
ELGIN. Or, June .-At. the an
nual achool election for Blln Dis
trict NO. 23 R. C. r j
to succeed H. H. Hug aa director and
Oeorge F. Smith waa choaen clerk to
gtceed U. F. Welsa. The report turn
ed ov-r by Clerk Wola. .how. a bal
ance in the treasury of nearly 3,000.
E. L. NAYLOR, SHOT BY
GER, WHO KILLED SELF,
After more than six moatha spent In
a Portland hospital suffering from a
pistol wound received In a most mys
terious shooting affray. Edward L
Naylor. wealthy goatraiser, haa return
ed to hla home In Forest Rrtfve. ,
u. Mavinr waa shot one evening
last November. He had gone to his
barn to feed hla stock, on his farm
west of town, and upon leaving tbe
bam observed a man walking some
distance from him. Mr. Naylor would
have thought nothing of the matter
t.A ih. man nroceeded on his way.
but when the man came opposite Nay
lor he turned and walked towaru u..u.
... xT.inr than asked the atranger
If he waa looking for someone. The
man replied with an oath, and, de-
j-j ik.i isjavlnr throw UD n'S
j. Tha latter resented the de
mand.' and Immediately thereafter the
man fired two snoia. o.. '"""":"
and the aecond striking Neylor In the
abdomen. ,k .
The wounded man then walked
toward a dwelling house, calling ror
..stance, while the r- ' wle.de
walked Borne distance and fired a ahot
through hla head, dying In8nt'y;
When the pocketa of the dead man
were Examined papera were found
proving blm to be Frank Le nocker a
wealthy frultralser of North Yamhill.
Lenocker had Just ""turned from a
trip East, and on the day of th . ahoot-Ina-
bad purchaaed a ticket In Port
land for hla home. Why he came to
Forest Grove will ever remain a mya
tery, as he was absolutely a atranger
J. A. Tufts, the popular Clackamaa
County Treasurer, appeared In a new
role Tuesday, or rawer a new mra
to hla associates at the Court House.
It waa nothing other than cutting a
mnn -a hair and. be It said to Mr.
Tuft'a credit, he did the work In a
thoroughly up-to-date manner. It all
came about In thla way: snena -,
who keepa a boarding house in tne
basement of the Court House, waa ap
pealed to by one of bis patrona to w
allowed to. have hla halrt cut Ttre
sheriff a , patrons, as la generally
known, ara not so- of their
own volition, but because of YartouB
lnfractlona of the law, they are forced
,n an ih aheriff'a bidding. In other
worda they are lnmatea of the County
Jail. So when Grover Clementa, who
broke hU parole sometime ago, and
la serving a aentence or aooui a jer ,
told Sheriff Mass that he needed a
haircut, the Bberiff began looking
for aomeone to do the work. Mr. Tufta
volunteered bis services. They were
.....nuui ami there la not a Beau
Rn.mmel who walka np and down
Main street on Sunday afternoon who
can boast of a better haircut than
JOHN WILLIAMS SERIOUSLY ILL.
rnmar nreaon City Man Stricken
John WUllama. formerly of thla city,
and a son of Mra. J. R Williams; la
seriously HI of diphtheria at SL Vln
cenfa Hospital In Portland. Mr. Wil
liams, who haa a large Ice cream
business, was stricken about a week
ago His condition waa mucu iw
ed Tuesday and hla early recovery la
EXPERT SAYS OIL IS
NEAR IN STONE WELL
EXPERT WILL DRAW PLANS AND
SPECIFICATIONS , FOR '.
The Gladstone City Council, at a
meeting Tuesday night decided to em
ploy H. C. Kelaey, an engineer i
Portland, to draw up piaua uu i-..-flcatlona
for the waterworka to be In
stalled by the city. The Council haa
decided upon an appropriation of not
more than 20.000 ror tne worx,
It la the desire to have tne piana ana
specifications ready by July 31 when
the cltlxens win vote upon w vir
osiilon. Several engineera were cou-
sldered, but Mr. Kelsey waa oeciue
upon because of the large amount of
experience he naa nan iu uui..a.
waterworka. It la not oeueveu
the plant will coat 120,000, but fhla
sum cannot be exceeded.
Tbe Council also read for the flrat
time ordlnancea providing for the
grading of streets. Applications of
the Portland Gas Company to lay gaa
plpea In the city and the Portland
Railway. Light ft Power Company to
Install a lighting eystem will be con
sidered at a meeting called for to
nlghL It Is also probable that the
Council will consider an ordinance
providing that no cows with bella be .
allowed on the Btreets, and that the
grazing of horses In the city be discontinued.
LARGE AMOUNT OF WATER
MAKES IT NECESSARY TO
PUT IN CASING.
An expert of twenty-five years ex
perience, who ha. examined Che recent
formation, encountered In the drilling
of tbe oil well near Stone, aald Tues
day that a large flow of oil from the
well Is probable at any time. He aald
that the rormatlona were similar to
those encountered In other wells Just
before oil was found In paying quan
titles. There being more than 800
feet of water In the well It baa been
found necessary to put In about 1,400
...in Thla work will be
done at once, and drilling will be dis
continued only a few daya. The pro
moters of the enterprise are much
encouraged over the raPrtpt the ex
pert and it la confidently believed that
oil and gas, both In large' quantities,
will be found aa aoon aa the caalng
la Installed and the drilling reeumed.
rmruPN TO HAVE EXCURSION.'
Trip to Cascade Locke to Be Arranged
at Moetino Tonight. f
A special meeting of the fire d-".
partment will be held tonight In Catar- .
act Hall, for the purpose of .dlacuaa
lng an excursion to the Cascade Locks,
which will be given In the near fu
ture. ' " . '. '
An excursion to that place. It 13
thought, would be attended by matt'
persons. The firemen have hundred
of friends here who will abow the;
appreciation for what the Are fighter
have done for the city without v
pensatlon In aavlng thousanda ot i
lara of property. It will be neee
for the firemen to engage one of I
largest boata of Portland to Miry I
crowd that will go from this atty.
POSTOFFICE OPEN ONE HOC"
on xHtTH cry
Poet master Randall tl
TueBday that tbe general V, r
dow would be open from :iV
o'clock on morning of J.
will be the only departmw
poatofflo open any um ;
LIBRARY TQ OPEN
Informal Reception Will HeW.Tn
Raadlrnj Room. , .
The Oregon City "'J!
been closed for several weeks for, a
Arrangement of tha room An furnl
ture will be opened to the public . this
a temoon. when an Informal if?
will be held In the reading roonw. It
la eapected that aeveral prominent
speaker, will m.k. addresses along
the Una of the advantage to be ob
albed from llbrarle. An entorta n
ment will be given for the
ifirr. aS oh"e4
TOlunira u " , iu k.
hrar and 200 more Tolumea will
purchased aoon. ,
i-4 Ar Trcct:
ail in ftws -lrt ' ' ...''a aaU A-"---"
blocks from store. XT Will. sll .
terms. If you want a home co Ci.
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