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MkMrtftivna for the Morning a)
BMnna will U resolve' for
Mly limited time at a opeelal
rata. Sana' In your ardor today e
and rt benefit af low price.
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a maa County, wt.A a t
a 10,000. Aro you an a .
WEEKLY ENR PRISE ESTABLISHED I560
ESCAPE ON TRAIN
LOOOHOUNDS ON TRAIL OF OUT
LAWS LOIC tCC NT AT COW
CRIKK SIDING. v
PIECES OF STOLEN MAIL RECOVERED
Several Posses Searching For Bandita
Who Robbed Southern Faclflo
Flyer Trampa Ara
(JUCNDAIJC. Or., June sa.niood
. houuit today took tba Brent of Ore
' gon express robbers from pieces of
bmll found along I ho track, and trailed
tim to Cow Creek aiding, where the
avnt waa loat.
Tba Moa of officers and citizens
returned to Glendale tonight, bringing
Ilia Noodhounds with them, tba dog
having loat tba scent entirely at Cow
Crevk aiding. Tba opinion aama to
ba that I ha outlawa boarded through
train No, 221 at Cow Creak and came
aotitb mi It, dropping off before tba
train stopped here and evading the
officers who aearrhed tba train at tbla
' Mountain Hunt Abandoned.
Tba doge will ba uaed hero tomor
row morning In an effort to pick up
the erent here to determine If the
rnbbiT came here on a freight train.
The aearrh In tba mountalna haa been
abandoned. Inveatlgatora being con
vinced that tba' robbera did not ea
cape In that direction.
All trampa arriving on tralna here
are being aearched aud queatloned by
It la. now thought that the outlnwa
boarded a train at thla aiding, aa both
an eaat bound and a weetbound freight
train - paaaed there ahortly after the
robbery and both atopped at Cow
Creek, Many trampa boarded both
Tba Cow Creek Canyon outlawa ara
believed to ba tba aame man who held
up the 8baata Limited at Yoncalla
Mountalna and canyona aurroundln
tba arena of laat nlgbt'a hold up are
"full of men aearcblng for further trail
of the outlawa.
Posses Search for Man.
A apeclal train left Roaeberg laat
midnight carrying a force of depu
ilea heavily armed. Another poena
left Glendale about the aame time,
' beaded by the County Conatable.
W. H. Redfleld. a pioneer aattlar of
Cow Creek -Canyon, who haa apent
bis We In The mountalna and knows
every foot of country between Cow
Creek and tba Coaat, left with anoth
rmiMt with rifle. Blood-
hounda In charge of a Poatofflca In
spector from Portland, arrivea on tna
arena tbla morning and wilt attempt
"r to pick up tha trail of tba erlmlnala.
WEST WS DIIUCK
011 ROAD COMMITTEE
OREGON CITY, ORlk FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1911. !
Pia Wczr, 10 Cz-zz
Coroner Fox to Resign;
Will Move to Portland
ir. t. J. fox.
Dr. T. J. Kox, coroner of Clackamaa
county, plana to move to Portland on
July B. where he will. continue the prac
tice of medicine. Although . be re-
, grela leaving Oregon City tba oppor
tunities in the meiropoiia ara euch
that ha feels It hie duty to go there,
lie haa connection In Portland which
will ba of advantage to him In bla
practice. Dr. Kox became coroner on
January 1. and haa made a capable
official. He haa many frlenda In tba
city and hi declalon to leave la re
gretted by all of them. The County
Court will appoint hla successor, f Dr.
Kox la considered one of the beat
physicians In the county and .haa a
SALEM, Or Juna 9. (8peclal.l
Governor Weat haa appointed Grant B.
Dlmlck, of Oregon City, a member ot
a committee to devlae meana of co
operating with tha Governors office
In tba employment of convict labor In
tha conatructlon of a public highway
between Salem and Portland. Ex
Mayor Roger la alao a member of tha
Tf Prall. prealdent or tna Oregon
.rrodatlon for Highway Improve-
"luggeeted in a letter to Ocver
(at that when tha road between
a"nd Portland la completed by
,e of convict labor, It ba named
i ii i 'a nir i Hianwar. an bui r iiihi
Governor Weetaald ba waa In full
accord with tha highway movement,
and believed that a good road built
m- lnMtlm.hU .Vfehltt.
' "Aa thla road will paaa through
three countlee Marlon,- Clackamaa
and Multnomah I have named a com
: mltteeman from each, county," wrote
the Governor. "Thin office will ba
pleaaed to co-operate with tha com
mittee and will glva avery aaalatance
to bring thla work to a aucceful con
clualon." ' 1 " i
f - ' -dv. - . W
itz in for a
T.hen you ooma to aee ha apeclal
rth of July display of flna weara
t r for mea and young,men we have
i . For you will find that the
- :y of our merchanfllia goe up
a a rocket, while the prloea ara Ilka
l a proverbial atlck within reach of
"rybody. , " ' '
Don't fall to taa our' window la-
playe.. . t :. ; :.'"'
' ' Kit Lfia C-
VA t4 Main ; , ;
8RI0GC CLUB IS ENTERTAINED.
Laat Meeting Until October at Homo
of Mr. Dan O'Nall.
Mr. Dan O Nell and Mine M. L.
Holmea entertained the Wednesday
Afternoon IlrldRe Club at their home.
Roue Kami, on Wednesday aflernoon.
Thla Will be. the laat meeting of the
club until October. The decoratlona
were very pretty, conalating of roaee
and marguerite, Refreshment were
erved during the afternoon. Bridge
waa the main feature of the afternoon,
the prize being won by Mr. E. S.
Iiaker, Mr. J. N. Winner and tha
conaolatlon prlxe by Mra. M. D. La
tourette. Thoae present were Mra. C. O. La
tourette, Mra. Mi. D. Latourette, Mra.
May Bollack .l5. H. Iiaker. Mra. K
P. Rand. Mra. W. E. Pratt, Mra. X N.
Winner. Mra. Nleta Barlow Lawrence,
Mlaa Ella William, Mlaa Marjorie
Cauflcld. Mra. E. A. Chapman, Mra.
U L. Porter, Mlaa Lulu Bpangler, Mlaa
CK AT THE OLD STAND.
-SAWDUST CASE IS POSTPONED.-
Frank Davenport to Have Hearing en
The trial of the caae of tha State
agalnat Prank Davenport, owner of a
aawmlll at Amea, on a charge of
throwing aawduat JnBulLRun.waa
postponed In Justice of the Peace
Sameon'a Court until July 7. Several
residents of tha neighborhood have
complained bat the aawduat In tha
at ream waa a nuisance and killed the
fish. The caae la being prosecuted by
Cary Estate Valued at tt,fe0.
The eatate of Plorlnda Roger Cary
haa been filed-for probate. ' Her son,
R. W. Cary has been appointed admin
latrator. Tba value of tha aetata la
$1,000. It consists of stock In tba
Eatacada Mercantile Company. E. W.
Bartlett '.a tha attorney.
B DENIES HE
RAISED SLUSH FUND
LUMBERMAN ACCUSED OF AIDING
LORIMER FINANCIALLY PUT
- HO SIVSY , JjflU r
. (couldn't '. &Sttmkt
VlME back.1 ) fMg
x Vve a good- JL. tfV '
'a rCIOAO JpHlSs. S
Noted Chorus Director
MISSES L. E. KUNS AND a t. TOC3
ELECTED TO HIGH SCHOOL
W. H. BOYER.
septo::er is cay sit rci crc:
'KatUn in New York Evening World.
OGLE MINE ONE OF
WORLD S RICHEST
GOLD. SILVER AND LEAD ORES
ARE FOUND THROUGHOUT
DEVELOPMENT IS ALMOST FINISHED
IW MONEY IS SPENT
HAVE RELAY RACE
MEING OF SUBSCRIBERS
tOMOTION FUND WILL
! BE CALLED.
Vaat Mountain la Thought to Ba Filled
With Valuable Metale Smatt
ering Plant la
WASHINGTON, Juna J9. Edwafd
Hlnea, tha millionaire Chicago lumber
man, who, Clarence 8. Funk awore,
had ralaed $100,000 aa a "aluah
fund" to "put Lorlmer over,"
took tha atand today before tha Senate
Committee which la Investigating Lorl
mer'a election aa. United Statea Sena
tor from Illinois.. Hlnea waa expected
to ba tha atar wltneaa for tha defense.
Hlnea, describing hla career, aald
ha left achool when ha waa 14 yeara
old and took a Job at $10 a month. In
1892 ha formed tha Edward Hlnes
Lumber Company, when ha - waa 47
yeara old. He aald ha had resided In
Lorlmer'a district for nine yeara and
had known tba assailed aenator for
19 yeara. Ha denied that ha drank to
In 1908. aatd Hlnea, ha lent a lot
of decorated wagona for a .Lorlmer
parade and supported Lorlmer for
Congress In 1906 and 1908, "because
Lorlmer waa a protectionist Republi
can." . . -i
"In March, 1909," continued Hlnea,
"I telegraphed to Lorlmer from Chi
cago recommending A. C. Bartlett, of
Chicago, for senator. . in April I saw
Lorlmer he(e and be aald the .factions
wnuU not unite on Bartlett. I did
not visit Springfield' while tha Legis
lature waa In session, ;
"In April fhuiatbr Penrose asked me
If tha Illinois' Legislature 'would ad
journ without making a selection of
a United Statea Senator. I promised
to find out. Both congressmen Mann
and lloutell aald Lorlmer could advise
me.. : ... . v
"Lorlmer said tha situation waa In
definite, but ha waa going to Spring
field, where he might learn what the
Replying to questions, Hlnea aald
he had conferred with Senator Pen
rose on tariff matters. Penrose want
ed information becauaa Alarlch wished
ever vote possible that the tariff might
be sura of passage. -
Thomas B. Fslrclough, one of the
dlrectora of the Okie Mountain Min
ing Company, who waa In the cltyHa.ro (the new Promotion Building.
Thursday, declared that the develop
ment of the mine had advanced suf
ficiently to Indicate that the entire
mountain waa rich In gold, allver, lead
and other ores. He oald that there
waa no doubt aa to the rlchneaa of
the orea. and that the develonment
would aoon reach a stage bo actual
raining could be atarted.
vtr u tinvair who haa heen fenanced
tniiaimi director of the 1911 aesalon
nf tha Willamette Chautauuua Assem
bly, which atarta next Tueaaay, bm
inn hMn rMMCiEM aa a lesuer iu
WnrthaMt musical circles, and haa DO
equal on the pacific Coaat aa a chorua
director. He la now airector oi me
Ahni, nt Trinitv Rnlscorjal charch. and
la tenor aoloisl in ue jempie oeio
Israel, Portland. -
Mr. Boyer will direct wnat wiu proo
ablv he the most notable concert of
the entire aeealon. on Sunday after
noon, July 1. Tne cantata, -i no
rLk n Minnehaha." will be riven.
along with vocal aoloa and aelectlona
by a popular romana quaxieu iu
cantata, ny coienge-iajiur, m
the finest ever produced on a Chau
tauqua platform, and will no doubt
draw an immenee inrong o iiwiiw
man nt tha hat VOCaJlStB Of Port
land will be beard on that afternoon.
Mr ttnrar will conduct classes in
vocal music every morning during the
session. He will render a vocal num
ber Sunday afternoon, July 9, and haa
engaged several pleasing aoioiam wno
will sing aunng in abhiui7,-ui
namea and dates appearing on ue
Suit Filed Agalnat Contractor Who.
Failed to- Complete High School,
Building Surety Comjar
. ' ' Alao Defendant.
With the election of two high achool
teachers, the board of dlrectora ot
the city schools Thursday night com
pleted the corpa of Instructora tor the
coming year. The directors also fixed
tha data for tha opening of the tall
term, &nd discussed matters relative
to the furnishing of the new Hirn
School building, , which will be com
pleted within a fortnight.
Mlaa Lola E. Kuna, of Portland, ana
TIBoard of Oovernora, of the
Comrcial Club, which haa charge of
the fertlalng work or tne ciuo, win
In aiw daya call a meeting of the
subabera for early lnuly. The
objeJof the meeting will be to In
fornae subscribers to the fund (or
advealng what haa been accomplish
ed ii tie money, and to receive
augglona for the work for the com
ing rr That - many-pf rsjma- have
beenttracted to tha county through
the erta of the publicity department
..... . a a.., .1
or ttciuD la provea aaiir oj iu tan
CHEMAWA INDIANS AND Y. M. C
A. TEAM TO COMPETE IN
FAMILIES ARE KOVING INTO TENTS
MISS KELLY IS RE-ELECTED.
Young Woman From Kanaaa Chosen
Caneman scnoei i eacner.
ui.. n KvalTit Todd. . ox ' Cleveland,
O.. were choaen as Instructora In the
High School. Miss K.on noiu
Bachelor of Science degree from Mc
Minavllle College, whera aha waa
graduated In 1907. Her teaching ex
perience eovera 31 montha, of which
the laat 13 months haa been In the
811verton High School.' She haa
taught bookkeeping, haa had a com
plete course in commercial work and
la capable of handling aclenca or mata
ematlca In the High SchooL '
Graduate of Ottorbeln.
Misa Todd was graduated from Ot
terbetn University at Weatervllle,
in 1907. with a degree or nacneior o
DL. haa tancht tWO VASTS IU
Aria. DUW c"-
high achool and was employed last
year In Scapoose, or. ne apeaaa ww
man and French and will be assigned
to languagee. Mlaa Todd haa alao
specialized In maheroaUcs. embracing
algebra, geometry .ana injonumcii,.
The city schools will open on Mon
day, September 18. Aaaignmenta of
teachers will ba announced July 11.
The dlrectora Thursday night con
cluded to lay a concrete floor In the
basement of the Eastham building.
with, the exception of the wood room.
Miss Elizabeth Kelly haa been re
elected principal oi v. k- -. nMA
whool. and Mis. Lucllo Wca.DaugnTn. LmV " -";o7'th. at
Baseball Game Between "The Taach-
ora" and "The Blackatonea" to
Be One of First Day'a
A tunnel paralllng the principal
ledge of gold ore haa been made from
the .bottom of the mountain to the
center, and aeveral lateral ahafta
nlarflnv tha larfva have haan nrnvld
m . r. w
ed. In every one of these gold, allver,
lead and other valuable orea have been
found, which ahowa that the ledge
extends across the mountain. There
seems to be no end to the ore, and
mere la every reason 10 neuevo tnai
the mine will prove one of the moat
profitable In the United Statea.
Ore waa taken from the ledge at the
tnn nf the mountain manv veara aro
ana atorea .in a large pin. After do-
ing exposed to the air aeverl yeara it
was put inrougn tne stamping sysiem
anil aava larva mnA vlalita. Whan tha
ore that had been stored In the bin
waa exhausted more waa mined, nut
Ma AiA ntt nrnva u valiiahla. vvfw
auch a amall yield that It did not pay
A. I U .ai akaa.jAa..J
but later It was found that the tHur-
lim In iKai nran httit tirAVAHtiaai that aTfalit
and quIckalWer ued in tba separating
process from amalgamating. It was
Ikan AmsAAA r HavaIaii t ha. ffnltla
IllOU uwviiuuu ' uuwvvauia uw auiaiv
thoroughly and Install the ameltaiing
system, which would get all tne gold
nJ rttha matala ntit Af tha ftra Hid
nlant will be Installed at tha base of
the mountain and the ore will be
brought -through the tunnel foramelt
enng. , .
it lalao aaaured that the establish
man IT the office on the atreet will
grea aid tba work. Persons who
did know where the old office waa
locat. have no trouble In finding the
iiMlnr There are about fifty
aubsaiers to the advertising fund,
and ts expected that many more will
subsdw the coming year
BY IK CLUB
PAST .YEAR THAN
t- apecHU meetiMB
FUTILE SEARCH MADE
F03 u;;d?.essed mi
FELLOW FRIGHTENS RESIDENTS
OF WEST OREGON CITY , "
, THOUGHT CRAZY.
n's Club the officers re
elected were Insulted, and
atlrlng onea made their, reporta
fie year. The reporta ahowed
ha oluh had accomnllshed more
tha iaai vaar than ever before. The
!- nr uxiMirhlln Park and
tha inataiiino- of the fountain in the
park constitute part of the Important
Work of the ciud.
Tha fnllnwlnr are lha new oincera
i,a : n raiifleld. nresldent: Mra. O
D. K'y. secretary; Mrs. M. M. Char
man, financial secretary, and Mra. S.
s. Mohler. treasurer. The following
w..mlttii.. war annolnted:
V.WIIII...V.. m - arm -
Calendar commuee inpa. i. dwi.
chairman; Mra. ueorge m. naruius,
Mra. IX C Laourette, MlsaM. Bariow,
um n Tnmwslt and Mrs. H. E.
AiMitina Committee Mra. Eninia
ttnaa anit Mra. R. RSndS.
! Civic Improvement Mra. J. w.
rts, Mra. C, O. Miller and Mra. S. S.
, A man, supposed to be craxy, who
bad divested himself of his elethln
was hunted all n!;ht In West Crtxon
City. The fellow was first seen ca the
road leading ta r 'n by,Wi;::am
Wilson, tba hardware dealer of this
city. The man ran when he aaw Mr.
Wilson aDDroachln In his auto"o'..:.
T.ataf ha annaartt.t.at t.'.a c?
a residence and frightens! the r" i-
pants. The fei.ow carnea t:e c. j
under his arm. .
Several residents of the city start? 1
a search for tne man, but were un
able to find him. He la supposed to
have escaped to the woods.
,k r.ntw arrival! here . from
WUW . V- w v. J - - -
Lebanon, KAnaaa, haa been elected
primary teacher. Mra. Anna S. Hayea.
of Gladstone, haa been selected mual-
cal instructor, instructions 10 um
twice a week. Thla la the first time
In thta city that maalcal inatroctor
haa been empioeea ny we noaxa m
dlrectora. Mra. Hayea was lor mom
time Instructor at Monmouth, and aha
Is an excellent musician. . '
H. E. Jonea waa recently eieciea
school director of Canemahj.
In Th2 15c Window
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TK3 F.:XALL BT0K3.
Arrangements were completed Thurs
day for a relay race between tne
Young Men'a Christian Association
team of Portland and the Chemawa
Indiana on July 4 at the Chautauqua
at Qladstone, Secretary Gary, ot the
assembly, atarted negotiations ior the
race sometime ago, anu i
are eager for the contest, ine ioubs
Men'a Chriatlan Association ninnera
u..nii. Kaat tha Indiana in the an-
nual race, and the. Chemawa College
representatWes are anxious tor an op-
fw.rti.n1t tn rAiriATal ineiT lUDi siwac-
TridhV tlAd BMfl YiClOrB 1UT aTOY"
vo a. iv -----
oral yeara before thla. one, ana are
phafln under the defeat which came
rtna nt tna nir leaiurea m
opening day next Tuesday will be
the game of baaeball between "The
Blackatonea." a team made np ot law
yers, physicians, ministers and den
tlsta, and "The Teachers." Several of
ka. vnnwn men In the county
will play and a large attendance at
the game la assured.
Tha demand for tents having been
...v ..mi.- than on former Tears,
Secretary Gary haa been compelled to
place another oraer who run
firm. It la the Intention of the man
agement to have tente for all who
desire them. The Young Men a Chria
tlan Association will have a camp of
seven tenta. The Women'a Christian
Aasoclatlon building haa been com
pleted, and la ready for occupancy.
Women may obtain accommodatlona
at the association hesdquartera for a
MOTHER OF 13 DIES
FUNERAL OF MRS. LIZZIE SMITH
TO BE HELD THIS . ,s .'.
Mra. LUile Smith, who had been 111
for two weeko with heart trouble, died
at the family home at Caneraah Thurs
day. The funeral aervlcea will be con
ducted at the home at t o'clock thla
afiarnoon. The Interment will be in
he Canemah cemetery.. Mr,
maiden name waa u.'e - '
ws tarn 1a T""-
- . f
j j -fc")t
iveu yra z kt
The deceased waa Ca r...M,er or
1J children, eeven rirla anl elx boya,
nine of whom survive, wln are the
followl"?: i:ra- C"- E - -
Cora. O.icar, Csora, t"r a"d
SmKh, of this city; Al, .et y L- i
and l-.-s. LlUtbeth I)f ."rty, w i
reside In the tst. Mrs. C'.ara I -
kfctt, of Mourf Pleas' r-t. Is a T
or t:rs. gmtta, and l'r. t'Z-?r. c.
Portland, la a brother, fcbe also leav i
A aaa s&a. aal'it
aa a winter piaygrounu ir i
denta and the dirt floor haa made it
very unpleasant ana unsanitary-
Cement walks around tho nign
school building will not be constructed
thla year. The grounda will be given
a chance to ettlevthoroui?hly and In
the meantime wmpwai -
walka will be laid. It ia pianneo.
, tn avantuallv have cement
walka leading to the building from all
sides of tne oioca.
Contractors Are Sued. -
Suit was fllexl In Portland yeater-.
day 'In behalf .ot the achool district
against Kelly V Mahoney and the Am
erican Surety . Company, for mora
than $2,000, aa it haa coat the dlatrict
. i K ,a ,nn nvnr .uu auwv
Price Brothers to Have New 8 to re.
iMa itmthara will onen a rent's
furnishing 'goods house at Woodburn
the first of July wua n. n- riKi
san Francisco, a iuaua6o. -1 bdoui uub w - - ,
Cochran buUdlng, a Dricx suncmre, contract price, to compieie wm
baa been thoroughly renovated, and ,n, Keli, ft Mahoney were the orlg-
thla haa been leaaed by the firm. Ir
.v. i-tantinn nf prine Brothera to
n) Ul, m-m . - -
have one of the most up-todate busi
ness houses in that city.
WIRE VICTIM GWDI
HAROLD HENRICKSEN, HURT ON
BRIDGE WILL NOT
. i . uunLun the vouna naln-
ter who, while painting the UP"
juries from an electric wire and fell
to the bridge about 30 feet below,
waa allowed $100 by the Portland Rail
way. LlRht ft Power Company, and
Earl A. Clark, the contractor for whom
he waa working. The young man a
medical and hospital bllla will be paid
by Mr. Clark and the Power Company.
Henrlcksen, belna ouiy nineteen years
of age. H. L. Hull was appointed hla
guardian, and Gordon E. Hayea waa
. Henrlcksen. It la aald, had been
warned of the live wires, and It waa
while he waa working over these that
he came In contact with one wire
charged with $.000 volts. The acci
dent was witnessed by two men at
... t,a hrMra. the contractor.
who waa working near and Mra. Doh
Meldrum, of tma cuy. "
waa nearer to the man than anyone on
the bridge. She atarted forward to
summon help, dui naa s..w -short
distance when tho man feU at
her feet. He atruca neavuy w
back, and had narrowly escaped go
ing over tha edge oi tne DnuBw
the river. The man was carried to the
office of Dre. CarU and Meis-ner.
whero he waa soon revived r - -w
taken to the WUdwood .
Inal contractora, and after reaiixing
that they would probably lose money
on their contract, they atopped work,
and the dlrectora were eompeiiea w
proceed with the conavueuon. i
American Surety Company bonded tne
contractora for 7,uro ana in ui.-
tore now propoeo to rorco eimer vu
eontractora or the bonding company.
or both, to disgorge.
, - .
e Oregon Ctty Showera today;
Ore (ton Showers today; eouth-
e west to weat wlnda. - - A
EUM1S, SEDI L!
YARD, FLEE Z
MEN, WITH DARK LANTERN
TECTED ON FARR
' Two burglars were aurprl
yard of the home of the I
lrarr. First and John Ai
early last evening by a r
family. 'The men haa a
and were approaching t
detected. One of 1 r.
tero telephoned for t
fore they arrived t
Policeman Oree- t .
aearched the r '
could find r . '
houSebreake . 1
have been t i
strangely t i..)'
hof - '