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VOL. 1-N. 118.
Peb Week, 10 Centi
OUEOON CITY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1911.
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED I860
HOLD UP EXPRESS
MAIL AND BAQGAOE CARS
OFF AND ENGINEER RE
PERPETRATED BY WAIT MP DOUGALL
SAfE IS DYNAMITED BY BANDITS
Tra n Crow Covered With Gun. Act
at Outlaw' Bidding Poiee
. on Handcar St4. Pur
ault of Man.
CIJCNDAUO, Or.. June 28. --(Spec
lull Tho ('allforiiln Kxpres w
li.l.l up at West Fork. In Cow freek
Cii..ii. at 8:10 tonight by thno
1 lie mull. express ami baggage 'rs
ere ilrtiicjiril, ami lht mall car loot
ed. Th Mtitra) were not mo
lesied ' .
Tin -r which were, deturbed
innn ihr flrl seclloii of Hi" (rain
were heard from by llfilitm from j
(' creek aiatlon, four mile east of i
West I'wrk. U was reported thui tho
mull car hud been robbed, but mat
Kir Messenger Kobb kept the rob
li Irom eiitrrlna: the express car.
Enginoor I Mining.
KtiKinier Hchmldt la mlaaliiK. but
li U believed ho may be with the rear
part of tho train, from which no com
munication liaa Id received.
After halting tho train tho robber,
ordered tho mall, express and baggage
rnra detarh-d and drawn amo ui
tamo from tho passenger coaches.
Roar of tho exploslou of tho dyna
mlto et In tho safe by tho tralnrob-
era aroused West fork residents, and
a ixm we. formed hero Immediately,
the operator at West fork telephoning
new. of tho holdup. On haudcar
epuly Sheriff Uwsoil. Constable
..nk. and lroy Jenklna with other
armed men aro apeedlnic toward tho
scene f tho robbery 15 mile west of
Trainmen Faco Platola.
Boarding tho first section of tho
rata the outlawa had tho full train
.r. under complete control
1 fra mbi mmmr-
AND AUNT&W IS'VlEP ALL RIGHT.
"Juarez Hell I" exclaimed General Tamale
I In1cn minutes Diaz tsltJnJdespolr.
0U Aunt June dldl ofl complain
About her poor old bones
But no one eared how ill she tired
Nor listened tblier moans
Until onenldlit it came to light
Wtial AunI Jane really owtvs.
But now (IS plain tliat old Aunt Jane
Need never be alone
For we II try to save her every pain
While she altll lias a hone.
Tlie whole blame push comes In a rush
4 1 1 I
I he minute Aunl Jane groan I
For you can bet we dont forget
5lie lias forty thousand bones .
SUMMER RFXIPLS .
Crape Fruit may now be served
will, horse rtkliftfi, chopped pickles
arxl grated Swiss cheese or peanut
buUer Ilavored wilh carllc.
PROPRIETOR OF LOO CABIN SA
LOON MUST CLOSE PLACE
ON JULY 1.
CLASS FRONTS TO BE INVESTIGATED
Member Declare Draatie Meaeuree
Threaten Bar Owner With
Bankruptcy Portland Men
MRS. ELMER E. BLACK.
New Vork Woman Who la Devot
ing Her Life to thi Cause of Peaee
SANDY STIRRED DY
dlalely. tho highwaymen bo vrai...a
their Riuia that nono dared movo. Tho
train waa halted at :10 and tho ukI
neer waa ordered to pull tho train to
a point atnmt mllo north of the ot
port atatUm. ' "
That tho pniM.nKero were not mo
lected waa later reported by tho oper
ator -t V.ifo.k. The mall clerka
were forced to atand In line with the
4lamatk ami COQ
du?U It la not Mleved tho robber. COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO AT-
R.t much lt from the eipre.
conflnlnit their efforta to ranaacklng
the bauKU and mall car.
, m : -r-d
UgK- MAN'S INHUMANITY A N .H FIVE ST.KK.NCSMS
ON ONE OF
LOCAL ELKS AID IN ! MILVAUKIE SUED
HONORING HERO CHIEF i T0 HALT STREET
HAS PREm WEDDING
The City Council, at a special meet
ing WedneHday night, voted 10 pui
Joneph Kerrlck, proprietor of the Log
Cabin aaloon, who wa recently con
victed of violating an ordinance, out
of bUHlnesa. Chief of Police Shaw
wa Instructed to notify Kerrlck that
hii licenHP. would not be renewed and
hla place must close on July 1.
Mayor Brownell brougni up in
......atinn of the renewal of Kerrlck'
license. The saloonkeeper has made
. dotormineit fiitht to vindicate mm
self and retain hi license, uui m
Council waa convinced that he had
broken the law, ana aeciaea mm
stringent action waa necessary in or
der to prevent violation in future.
Women Found In Place.
Korrirb was arrested after Police
man Cook had found two women In a
room alKve hi saloon, ine womcu
were released on bona oi :u ei-u,
and fled the city. Kerrlck denied wai
h had any control of tne room anu
that it haH been rented to a
mlllworker. Thl testimony waa cor
roborated by the mlllworker, but It
was shown that the room waa uui
locked, and It would have been an
easy matter for persons connected
with the saloon to make use of 11.
Recorder Stipp fined the saloonkeeper
175 and sentenced him to a term of
ten day in Jail. Upon application for
. writ of review Judge Campbell, of
the Circuit Court, reversed the ver-
riipt on the ground that tne compimui
t...A hon imnronerlv drawn. Kerrlck
,. rarr.nted oleaded not guilty and
hi. will be called for hearing
!.,.,. th Recorder Saturday. In
motion to dlsmlsa the complaint the
KILLING OE HORSES
MYSTERIOUS MAN SLAYS SIX ANI
MALS AND MAKES HIS
BODIES ARE FOUND ON BUM KC'J
Citizen, Aroused by Outrage, Search
in Vl" For Driver Who I
Thought to Hav Fled
to Eastern Oregon.
MOUNT PLEASANT TO
MAYOR BROWNELL WILL BE OR
ATOR OF DAY PRIZE8 DO
NATED FOR RACE8.
TEND FUNERAL FIREMEN
OVER ACT OF WIFE
ALLEGED DYNAMITER MOVED BY
HER PLEA THAT HE
. r.a iiivi r Inn. 28. Ol'llo E.
McManlgal. alleged confessed y
ter. today. In,tween w.b spoke of the
FIVE PLAINTIFFS ALLEGE PRO
POSED HIGHWAY WOULD IN
JURE THEIR PROPERTY.
Arrangement are-being made for
.h. iohratinn on the Fourth of July
In Mount fieasani dj ""
Mount Pleasant Clvtc improvemeui
Club. Mayor Brownell. of thl city,
la to deliver the oration and the "Star
Spangled Banner" win be sung oy
of Oregon City leading soloist with
rhnrus. One of the feature will be
the basket picnic. Tnere are m,
beautiful tree In the park where the
lunches will be served. Refreshment
and lunches will be aold by the ladle
of the club.
The afternoon will be devoted to
sport, among the race are to be the
f-llnwinz. whicn rw hot
defendant declared that he wa being Men.. 60!y,ri dash, fat man' race;
I a jv, in, irla- ino-vard dash
t h wife anu umu
ti. that largely contradicted aUto-
iv inn iipieiiew
11 7 " . .h. H.faiiM of the
ment Riven om ---
BIG TANNERY INVOLVED IN CASE
Shifting of Thoroughfare, It I Alleged,
Would Destroy Mill and
Fill Creek and
COMES BRIDE OF VAN
. ,.. iinihra. trims
.li.aMter tlctober 1. 191"'
ntervlew. were given In the pre;.
ence of Hum." detective. m i
Manlgal tatement. were P-nc'P"'
n response to a list of QJn
which official, were willing that be
They related almost
Incident of the past few day, since
Mrs. McManlgal and her two cmidren
arrived here from Chicago and array
Jd'herHelf on tho side ol ! thj defen
The question were put to McManlgal
M Man Z 1-'nred that It wa. at
hi. reu'es? that the Interview between
VSJt snd hi. wife in the ante-roont
of tho-grand Jury chamber, wa. ar-
r''hene;r.rwar. ushered In there af
t.r having been told that .he laid her
H J tl all -entence for con
?emit by refusing to answer que..
!f"'L y.J M.Mlni.l. "she did nol
see me at flr.t. I went over to where
she t took her hand, and kissed
Kjlo 'and she said .he would go to Jail.
L inked her If "he thought that be
rW. and said, 'Why dont you tell
. the truth.'"
EERTHA ADAMS MID
. FRAIIK DICKBI WED
Dr Civile Mount, exalted ruler of
Oregon City Lodge No. lt. Unvo
i ..I. irnirtlv Order - of tlk..
Wednesday appointed the following
committee to represent the local lodge
.... m t Ll f ea f n I A x
of Blks at tne iuuei. r ;
David Campbell at i-onmnu -j
Henry O Malley. Jame. II Cary Judge
J. 11. Campbell. Livy bupp.
II. Howell. The firemen ni a mov
ing Wednesday nigni ui..iv.. ....
purchase of a wreath which will be
Ijiwrence Ruconlcn, wno was
,.t fhlef ramtibell. The funeral win
be held at l:3Q o ciocg mm
at the Klk.' Temple. The service, will
i.. .....n in the nub IC. mi
... m Robert -Townsend, A. O.
i r J. rook, cnaries n. ni".
. '- i . - .....,.. v AhOllt
W. W. lianas aim vr . ..j. nf .
200 Portland firemen will be detailed ment of
... - t Tk. fniiarMl wi n , I . . . i
erty of the plaintiff, would oe irreum-
.n.nH thA funeral. The funeral will
bo led by the union musician., 150
strong, wnue tne inem
draped horn., will follow tne nearse.
Suit wa. Instituted Wednesday In
the Circuit t'ouri ny nu
Kate U Charman, Dora lonKim, iw
tle B. Wlssinger and Robert Bonnet
against the town of Mllwaukle to pr
vent the official oi mm uiuu.v..K w
from proceeding with tne imp.-
atreel aiong me "- v
. . - .1 that tha nrno-
posed, uMn me ". : . '
KILLS iOUNG MAN
-snv nt fiUV STEVENS TAKEN
TO FORMER IOWA HOME
i ,i. ,.f nnv Steven., .on of
Austin Steven., of Clackamas Heights
ably damaged. ..
Application is made for a ""i"'"-'
restraining order, and tne ni.u.
then proK)He to obtain a P""'rc'V
junction. Klve acres oi num.
as tho Mllwaukle Tannery property,
together with water power and dam, 1.
Involve. In the iuh.
Rtreet to Follow Road.
The County Court. In 1884 estabiisn-
ed a county road aiong mo
boundary of the proieriy. prior
Incorporation of Mllwaukle, and the
nlnlnllffs aver that Mayor oiif.u -
Councilmen John R. Kelso, w. r. uen
. t ft rfe er ci ftt.
u'irriin Knisni mn v. t. owvn
.... m rl InnnrH
ton pretended to p
.... .h. imnrnvement of Harrison
. .nl tot rnntract for the l.a
HI I W K ,, , 1..J
..rovement to W. H. uounsen,
One of the prettiest home weddings
of the season wa. solemnized on Wed
nesday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock at
the home of Mr. and Mrs W. V. A a-
tenpaugh, when their aauguier.
a irnes. became the wife of U E. How-
land or Vancouver. Wash., the cere
mony being performed oy u
n C Blackwell. of HlUboro. formerly
pastor of the Methodist church of this
city The bride wa. attended by Miss
.j. i..kn.,.n nf ljiTamas. Wash., and
the bridegroom by Alphur Foules, of
. r..... wh The bride wore a
becoming gewn of white .Ilk mulle
..rrid an arm bouauex oi wnn
.,.oiirtn the brldesmaiu
on. I rnrrvlns Wnue CBiuanu...
The bride, holding the arm of her fa-
ceded by the little flower girl, Velrns
M-...r,.,mnrh n ece of me unuc, u
wore blue silk. Beneath a floral bower
nf roses and ferns, from which
a floral bell wa. .uspended, the mar
riage cemeony wa. performed. The
Impressive ring ceremojiy wa. used
v...k tiv Hlackwell. A wedding
served, after which Mr
and Mrs .lowland left for Image
.iinro th former is a mm
V tt!i-t " "
Many beautiful gift, were received
by the young couple. Among those
.ii....iiif tha ceremony were Mr. and
m ' u- watenuaugh. Mrs. George
... ..,h Mrs O. T. Clark
Vernon: Cecil and M.ynard .Clark, of.
Camas, Wash.; Mr. and m-.,1
,,.h volmi. Marian. Harold
"7 w. ennaugh. of Portland
t,V .nd Mrs. F. McDonald, of Oregon
City; Mls ma joiumou
Foules. of Camas. Wash.
The application of Clemen, tt Fish,
of Portland, for a wholesale Uquor
ii.,o was refused. The men desired
to open a branch sore here to sell to
local retailer, ana saiuunn- .
other parts of the county. The Coun
cil also considered the question of the
i. imni. recentlv installed by the
saloons. It waa the general opinion
v.-. .mtl nf the nronrletor. had not
with the. ordinance and the
City Attorney and umei w x
were ordered to make an Investiga
tion and report at the next meeting
of the Council. Councilmen Pope and
Burke, while admitting that It wa.
' . ...i- .... Interior
almost lmpoHsiuio i -"
of several saloons, .aid they wre not
sure that the owner, nau uv
o live up to the law.
Saloon. Hard Pressed.
r-nnnrtlman Pone Mid that if me
Council continued passing ordinance.
regulating .the Baioong an
would be put out oi duiuc. -
dared that several of the proprietor.
were barely making a nvn.B.
Strickland declared that he opposed
the glass fronts, ana suggweu .u..
the saloons be confined to a certain
i ... riorided to advertise for bias
for a culvert on John Adam, street,
between Fourteenth and Fifteenth
streets. The culvert wii c
The City Engineer was Instructed to
prepare plans ana pw..
Lvin Monroe street, between Elev-
enth and Thirteenth.
r.nuPLE TO SPNO
HONEYMOON IN SALEM
VTh marriage of Mis. Bertha Adams.
:-.Ilt. n v. Adam., a merchant
" .. M M L. TllrtuBfi . WH.M !
Widn-S; at noon In the
t BB-MfMi offlolatlng.
. u.. i lnvd Shaver. Mr
I .' Mr and Mr.. F. B
S rtVnwnin. their hom.
mEESl .h.r. Mr. Dlckan 1. em-
usiin B"- -' - - f nlmcos. of Ins In the mprovement an iu
ho died Tuesday night of abscos. ot i, g in property
who died Tuesuny ii.R-- "v, "former of the county road along the prop
the brain will ,V il? SS o All P alnUfT- wrongfully design
borne , of the ,,,ml., In C'"'. olP
. tho famllv iarieu
. v M..nln. I 4 O CHIVn ' -11
l"" n,:.tn Mr. Steven,
afternoon i. " ."-". ,,, h.d
:," , ; long time and hi. death
waa nui uiik- a .latr
Hi. parent, and nromer
. j . . i . . . -.n,.n In Iowa. IB"
nave uvciuea w -
.ii.. h.r hout a year ago,
IMIIHIJ v...w i.t'.. - . hl
i.k . k . ini.ni i.n nr niHKiuB h...-
III! I..- ...i-...."" - j..h
their home. It la thougnt me u...
. .h. vm.ncr man caused the decision
." " . . ... C3.v.
to return to Iowa. Tne eiaer mr. o.
n. I. member of the Grand Army
of the Republic.
it la charged mat wn
Councilmen pretended to make a re-
urvey ana reiocmiw m ..-- -----
dary of the -"--J -""
land claim, in wmc.
situated, and to resurvey
that part of the county road .o es
tablished along the nort boundary of
he claim by shifting the north boun
dary of the claim 27.G7 feet .outh of
fully encroaching upon Pl'',ffl
'rnnertv a distance of 27.67 feet.
injury. to Mill Threatened.
IHPiTi . m on
and It Is
Alexander Deford. who wa. run
down by n O. A W. train Monday
evening t Vancouver, nd I. hi.
Mary". ho,p.tal In th.t . rity
cal condition. I. n of 1 Mr.
tohn Deford of Claokamaa Helgnt..
vX Kin. noUfled of
. viamin.'. a .t.fer of tne
. : .-A u.n. Rudolph. .
to tne ui""'l"" tnr Mrs.
n-rawsed. It wa. Impo.lbU for Mr.
Deford to go to th
son. . .
bedside of her
th nrooerty. and wimi..
aary r ,h- ...
. ; .h. land.
,he bounaar.es . - f the
alleged tnsi uj - boundary
restrained by the cou'r v. .v,
upon the prem..e! .and remove th.
fences, destroy - .- - ., .
the creeK """ ' r. ,,
It Is said Hint there are no fewer
than 8.00O.0C0 different god worshiped
by tho Japanese.
and nes.roy hv At.
ntlff. are rri"--'-"'- -.-
. THE WEATHER.
Oregon City-Shower, today;
0 .outh westerly wind.. '
Oregon-Shower, today; .omh-
Duke De Ribbon
Ought to catch the ladles.
Forgiven, in Death
A Western Dram.
60-yard dash for girl.; 100-yard dash
for boy. tinder U year.; dreBaing coo-
test free for all; wneeiuaxruw
bicycle race; nail driving contest fo
ladies: potato race. An orchestra will
Many of the merchant of thl. city
i.. rinitH nrlze for the race.,
.mnw .hem helne John Adams, Jones
Drug Company. H. 1. Martin (15
cent store). Price Brothers, U Adams,
Hnntlev Brothers' Company, Frank
Busch, C. W. Fredrick..
Arrangement, are being made to
have carriages take people from this
-i vf mint Pleasant at a nominal
sum. and as the distance 1. not far
many will walk. There will be no ad
mission charged, and the Civic Im
provement Club of Mount Pleasant ex-
' . a. i .A .11 tn all and
tends an invuauou i
nte killing of six fine work horse
by a man supposed to be insane, has
stirred the resident, of Bandy and
vicinity. The man passed inrougn
Sandy the early part oi last week
with the horse, attached to a waguu,
and the next day the animal, were
found dead on the aider of the Barlow
road. They had been .hot In the
The Identity of the man who killed
the horses, whether he owned them
or had stolen them, and where he
.ma from are matter, the authort-
tie. have been unable to soive. m
driver, however, 1. .aid to have acted
strangely when he passed through the
Wagon-Found In River. "
After the bodies of the horse, were
discovered, a search wa. made for
the wagon, and it wa. found In the
Sandy River. Part of the harnesa waa
on the bodies of the horse, and the
rest had been thrown In the river.
W. M.' Hardin, of Ames, who waa
In the city Wednesday, said that the
people living In the neignoornooa
where the bodle. were found, were
greatly wrought up over the killing .
of the horsea They have made a.
thorough search for the man who
killed them, and It I. thought that he
escaped Into Eastern Oregon. He wa.
going In that direction when he passed
through Sandy. . -
Another report from Sandy give, the
number of horse, killed as elghL It
was at first thought that the horses
were stolen from a man at Eatacada,
but only two of his animala were mlaa
lng, and none of the horse, killed an
wered I their description.
Man Thoucht Hill Slayer. .
Soon after the bodle. of the animal,
were found a rumor started at Sandy
that the man who killed them waa -the
slayer of the Hill family near
Ardenwald station, but thl. I. hardly
probable. The sheriff, office made
an Investigation of the killing of the
horses, but got no clue to the Identity
of the man who was last seen driving
them. That he is a maniac, or uu
stolen the animals and feared cap
ture If he turned them loose, 1. the
belief of the authorities.
WIFE, SUING, SAYS
MAN WITH BUCK EYE
ARRESTED AND FREED
WOMEN FRIGHTENED BY STRAN
GER, WHO ASKS FOR FOOD
AND PAYS FOR IT.
ATTRACTS BIG CROWD
ROOM. REARRANtit. u.
, PATRONS FINE PROGRAM
Several hundred persons attended
the opening of the Oregon u
tin " in thelasonlc building Wednes
day night. The room, which has been
rearranged by the ladles and the board
nresented an aliracuie a-- .
and th. program, though -Impie. was
thoroughly appreciated. Punch was
served by Misses Evangeline Dye,
Fllxabeth Monell and June Scott.
MUm T Louise Walker and Florence
" ace rendered .everal .election, on
- ...,. vara received by MIS.
Alma W. Moore, the librarian, and the
?X of the library board Mora than
i.H hsvn been added to tne
library and tha arrangement of the
reading room has been entirely
changed. The system used In the
Portland public llbrarle. ha been In-
MAn entertainment will be JW
.... tnr th-rhlldreo. and Friday
the iVbrar,' wl .b opW
MARION E. BLACK ACCUSED OF
SCOULDING SPOUSE MEN
Kellle R B'ack, who was married In
Portland on February 26. 1905 to jMnr
Ion E. Black, has filed a suit for dl
vorcf. They' had one child Lyman
Douglas Black, aged five year. Mr.
Black chafes her hMtand
malning away from home all night,
drinking and carousing returning In
the morning and scold ng her She
say. he has a jealous disposition and
falsely accused n-i v -
He Is reported to nave
ment that he was sorry m u-- .
ried her and wantea w ( - -
Arthur Schneider l.a fl led la
for divorce agslnst Ann. U Schneider.
They were.narr.ed August 19 1 00
at Oregon Uity anu n- " Vvivn
Pauliue aged six year and Evelyn,
Kd two and one-half year.. He say.
"e cursed and swore, at him and de
serted him on June 20 last. U Ren &
Schuebel are her attorney.
F. N. Woirer nas buhu b.
.... . H t unrrft Ha ftJ " - '
Basket Plol Poponed.
....... i-.i to hate been glv
?ndeflnltely postponed on account of
weather and It I. probable that
IK pTclc wl'llot be glvon ontl. after
.Panama Canal In
Justice Marrlea Couple.
r,ita and W. R. Wade were
rnnadaT by Justice of the
" " The wltnemes were
Bwn .-on Kel.o.
..i . .i hvflmH angrv
cross ana irnuum . . . j... . .
at mere trifles, suming i"i j- - -
time and refusing xo -
Wolfer I. a tesmster and charge, his
ife with nagging mm tor """
more money. He is repr..:u
Gordon K. Hayes.
Chief of Tolice Shaw and Policeman
Cook locked up a peculiar man Wed
no,tT and then let him go. The
prisoner was charged with being a
suspicious characer. and he had a
name Alfonso M. Gautier that
would sound fine a. the author of a
French novel. He also had a black
eye and another peculiar thing about
v.' int that a til ark eye Is pe
culiar In these day. of fisticuff., hold-
ups etc. wa. the fact that he lnsltd -
upon paying for his meals. He winl -
from house to house on the bill iana
..iced for food, and when It wa. given, . .
him alway. produced the money, in
dignantly scorning the Jdea that Ttt
.... . n,nrtirnt. He seemed to be)
...in..iai ' fund of egg. which he)
ate from the shell. '-tr
Several women were frightened by -,
Gautier'. strange action, and that , I V
why he wa. arrested. H told tn,
chief that he wa. a mlnl.ter and
he got the black eye accidenUr.
.aid It humiliated him that he d'
ih.h to noma to Oregon City, whC
he did not know anyone and ataf VB.
the eye got well.
Three Couple Granted Llo! '
License, to marry werw law-
nesday to Anna Crlte. and M. I'VC
of Wllhott; Adah Agnea TT-taa.1
and Dana E. Howland, of vanct
Wash., and Bertha Adam, and 1
Dicken, of Molalla. ; 4-
Hotel eVrrivala. ;
The followlm: are irt
Electric Hotels T. Thor.-
L. H. Klrchem. J. Woke,.
R. Fronint, C. May. OrrT
K. Munpower, 6toe; O. J
Portla4; r. N. Weejdr
111.; Mra. p. ISaley, Pr
p H Mulloy Eotate $S,40a
Th estate of P. H. Mulloy has been
filed for probate, and H. K. Bennett
" 1 '.j-ini.ir,inr t The
alue of the estate is . .
ooe)owO04owoo4o4oeoewoc om -
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All in crop, close t3 cl
blocks from 'store: fp Xl itjr.
terms If yoit wt a home come tmd t:t a;:r;
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T7. F. SCHOOLEY filC
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