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WEEKLY ENTER R 1 $ C ESTABLISHED 1360,
OREGON CITY, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1911.
VO'ri, 2-No. 1.
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OIAD IN , TATf
ROOMS AFTER STEAMSHIP
BPOKANE HIT gdCKS.
rASSEKCEJCS UCT ON STONY BAKX
I I Beached to liv Her From
inking Nineteen Persona
From Portland In
i'ICTORIA, :H C, Juno 30.-Two
linao paeaeoe'erB died of shock last
tiWIii when the ttouralou stesmshlp
jinks as. which for years has boon
iimI nly for errylng tourists to the
. 1ai-ler d4 to, was of HMulbeaslern
tkaka, and which was fitted up fur
,1 rvlMi and wh laid up except
I H i the iunk, struck rock In
i twMir Narrow , II. C. and waa
4' Vid In plumber Ray to prevent
b'i.Vln( la dMp water.
Vi"' ' I w,t'n wlM kat their lives were
Williams, of Washington
,,- -"Vs. J. B. Htrauaa. of Phil-
l. .Vt Their bodies hate been
A eTfa'aamahlp bound fur Be-
ltl "-1 China..
Vwomen were reported
V A i
. aa feared that they
eearcb of tha
nd tbalr hodlee
cabins, wbrn, It
Y of frlKtit. -
If" rpt these two
r" A boats. Tho
ere landed In tho smany,t ,n(j (u.
passengtire passed tha nlvlng, and
day on tho rock ahora, c"!!,
war takan off by tba alam,veye4
ntlral (iampaon tonight and Y a(
to Svattla, wharo tbay will arr
6 a. m. tomorrow. f
('(mfllrllnj arcounta of tbo caua.Vj
lha womon a daath haa bn roralvw
In tha brlrf wlralaaa dlapatrhaa aoiil
by tha aieamablpa Admiral Banipao
l'i inaa Uaorita and City of 8attl4
thai burrlad to tho aaalHtanc of tbe
ril!rrtl ( vain kill p.
Woman Dla of Fright.
Ona meaiaxa aaaorted (bat tho wom
an dim of fright In their atatarooma,
where tha boOtee were found.
Mra. Wllllama. waa aocompanl'-d by
hr himliand and two danghtera, all
of whom eacaped uninjured.
Moat of tba 160 paaaengera are Kat
ernara, thoutth 18 were (roai POrUmtl,
Or. , v , . ... , ; 5 .
At Ulaat Advlcea tlM tpokano bv
,wlUi but tisane dock awak Th boi
timl be A
aii i no iy. 1 1 m
aa valued at 4 O0.009, MM) U 'AaJJulin WaUmaur arti
nr.t aJ.ip oa tlM AkMaa run. . . fZlJr"r"" XrJn
Tbo afao of ifejKjt.hto un ("YvA
C-!V&i- City nt toul
oaa but 7 " Tm
i8 maait BOrth f.:V,n-
city, were granted a
by County Clerk Mill-
-Kalr today; rlalng
coaat; weateriy "
A tinted film ehow4na finely
colored ecenee ' In Japan. , It
glvea a well-eonatrueted drama
which la clear and Intelligently
aoted. ta object aeema chiefly
to enow a remarkable Jlujltau
fight between a Samoural and
and young merchant. Thla con
teat la vary fntereetlng.
I Granted Llcanaa.
J 1 nrawn and Arthur
ill I V-
t U tel q
t H e,A
Pii. L.J I
lim Aiir oic
4 - - " -
r Pi W. HOWE. '
Genial Humorist Wh Mad
the Atchison OUbe Famous.
NEW RECORD FOR BIG
EGGS IS ESTABLISHED
MR! LUCY EWALT OWNER
f'hlt'krn experta of tbla city aud
county are niarvelllng at the egga laid
by aeveral bna beloiiKlng to Mra.
t.tiry Kwalt, who Uvea near Klaher'a
Mill on the CUckamaa River. The
egga bave two and aoraetlmea three
yolka and are more than twice
Urge aa. ordinary onea. Ejixa with
two yolka are not unuaual, but It la
lug new for bene to rarely
obr hind. Mra. Kwalt aent
be egga to Dr. A. L. Itealla
they are certainly curloal-
meaaurea aeven and one
by alx and a half and the
.not much amaller. A doion
weighed two pouuda. The
made tbla remarkable
bev lnxle laland tleda. but the
x t large eggs remalna a
real. V Kwalt glvea her cblck
myaiafiittentlon, and uaea notb
ena the beat eat feed,
lug but (be t
it la Olamlaaed.
Complal t gRBnat Chrla and
complallel, charged with at
BELLE OF THE DALLES IS BRIDE
OF POPULAR CIVIL
Harold A. RandiTa well-known civil
engineer of hie city, waa married at
The Pwllea Wedneaday to Mlaa Flor
ence Ilarrett Graham, a popular young
woman of that place. The ceremony
waa performed at 'the home of , the
hrlde'a alatera, and tho Rev. Q. F.
Cleavenger waa the officiating clergy
man. Mr. and Mra. Randa were In Oregon
City Friday and left for Eatacada.
where they will realde for a time,
Mr. Randa being connected with the
engineering department of the Port
land Railway, IJgbt t Power Com
pany at that point
BIG BARBECUE IS HELD TODAY.
Celebration at Aurora to Open New
The barbecue today at Kraua1 Park,
Aurora, promise to be the hlKKoat
celebration ever held In Marlon eun-
tv. The barbecue will ba held in con
nertlon with the grand opening of the
lame hall and auditorium recently
built by the Aurora Band and will be
held Inatead of a,Jly 4 celebration,
. An Intereatlng program la promised,
Including foot racea for men and wo
mm, po'Bto race, aack race, fat jinan'd
race, bova' race, glrla' race, gfaaed
pole and greased pig the pig going
There also will be a baseball game
between Molalla and Aurora and
iiia tu of-war.
Mualo will be furnished for dancing
afternoon and evening by the Aurora
Hand and all are Invited to attend.
TRIP TO BE MERCHANT'S PRIZE
W. A. Holmaa St arte Novel Voting
W. A. Holmes will give aomeone In thla
city a trip to Seaside, and while at
tlint resort will psy the young lady
or whomsoever It may be, ft a day
toward epenaes. The vacation will
be for six dare, and there la no doubt
but there are many young people of
tbla 'city who will atrlve to win. Mr,
Holmes haa announced that with every
' in i
I uoiiwronngonum. .ir K r7JIALKIN& SMOP Tony' '
' V'S. - W1 3wH a ml Juip will jL Jd 3 feCjiSV ft'oHc' Emporium on
f , - rve loleodiyou Itow easy fffVj): f& & UjjMalnSt.
' V 3 ? h 1o nk-lt up Q better one . ff-, jKT Jtr Ih MttTTi'i A M n Jot 1" r.Up.
, WhTC; L'm;HT J
lH iff f MO jtwfZG Uirta of mlrr. ftepmoWr onJ f' PORTRAIT
rVfi L . . . j tria.ss ; s 1 1 j r
MTTi.rrT. W-Sca -f i tmougtTI- l . 1 I . 1
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FATHER RETAINED AS
JUOGE CAMPBELL REFUSES PLEA
OF EX-WIFE TO OUST
FRANK DOLAN. '
Judge Campbell, In tba Circuit
Court Friday, refused to ouat Prank
Dolan, who waa born aud reared In
Aregon City, aa trustee of property
r-na by hla three children, who are
r s' J " The ault waa brought by Mra.
I .atf, Wm . ,-a, .para aco waa arrant-
a aivorr-w nfira her husband.' She.
aiao, ta a iruaie of the chMre
Mra. Dolan. t
I rough ber attorney.
J. A. BtrawbrldK'
aatd that aome of
tbo property coi
Id be Bold and reln-
vested to ad van
Lige, bat Mr. Dolan
objected to the
J " 'I
granted a motion
to partition the
Drooerty. In rendf.-g
the Court aatd that no blama ,d
attached to tha father for a.. J
hla two aona to go to work in . irA
to support themaalvoa and mother. f
declared that boys who want to wof
early made better cHlaena and naualrt
were more aitcceasnu man ww-
bad college educatlona.- . v
Tbo Dolana were mirrWd eighteen
yeara ago, and nave mree oanurwiv
John. Io and Mildred. Mr. Dofcaav
la a nephew of John Dolan. a piona
who lived near Colton. Tha lattol
willed hla nephew eighty acrea of
land, Mra. Dolan twenty acrea, ana,
their children twenty acrea each to
be kept In truat until they became oi
When tho divorce waa gramea ir.
Dolan deeded hla eighty acrea to hla
wife and about $3,000 worth of prop
erty he owned In Portland.
Judge Campbell aald tnat no evi
dence had been Introduced ahowing
that the defendant waa not competent
to act aa trustee. The latter waa
represented by Cross ft Hammond.
MAYOR'S OATH TODAY
PORTLAND. Or.." June 30. (Spec
ial). Way or-elect Rushlight takea the
oath of office at 9 o'clock tomorrow
mornlna In the City Audltor'a depart
ment. Rx-Mavor Simon will be at the
executive offlcea to greet hla auccea.
sor. to turn over the keys to him and
to wUh him well.
Thomas B. Wilcox, J. C. AInsworth
and W. B. Mackay will be retained on
the Water Board. . Theae three men
have handled the volumlnoua buslnes
of thla Important board for the laBt
two veara and have accomplished a
great deal. There la "one vacancy
which Mr. Rushlight may fill.
In keeping with hla general policy
of making few drastlo changes at the
bealnnlng of his term. Mayor Rush
light haa expressed to Mesara. Wilcox,
AInsworth and Mackay a deslro that
they remain on the board. It la un
deratood they will do so. They met In
regular session today and did not ten
der their resignations, aa It waa pre
sumed they might. Neither did they
accept the resignation of Superinten
dent Dodae. and It la believed that
PERPETRATED BY WAIT ? DOUGALL -
EASILY BEAT YALE
CRIMSON CREW OUTCLASSES
BLUE, WINNING BY NEARLY
mm COVES COURSE HI 22:44
Ell Freshman Carry Off Honors In
Two-Mile Conteat and Hac
vard Man Victor In
NEW LONDON, Conn., June 30.
Never since Harvard and Yale have
ben rtvala upon the water have the
) of Ell received a worae beating
today. The crimson crew out
d the Blue from the very crack
S pistol, defeating tbelr foea by
twenty lengths In the premier
t America, the Varsity EighL
"A rd swept over the finish line
Mand fine, their oara swinging
'a.Wkork with nlnntr of flra
Uloa ill lo BPre- ir -iiTe
auld n'..":44TiY0 I S. At
V.ah. the nine distanced and al-
moat dlagraeed. were at the point of
CollapM. ' -; ,
The two -rlal varsltlea broke even
In the first two eventa or men an
nual racea. Yala captured tha ft rat
contest the freshman race, by two
lonatha after a game struggle with
Harvard'! "rooklea" over the two-mile
courae, but In the four-oar race It waa
all Harvard, the Crimson crew forg
ing to the front at the first mile ana
thereafter giving tho bulldogs men
their backwash until they crossed the
rtnlah line, rowina easily and a X-J
BRUTE.. GINK. G
Both races were rowed InjrhoBXlX'10"
water, tne iresnmau iwxrir
hen nostDoned until nearl U
ing to tne conaiuou oi i"-.
Ths freshman eignte rowea
and nose for the first mile, both crews
putting all they knew Into the strug
gle. Finally, Inch by Inch Yale forged
ahead, crossing the line two lengths
to tho good.
The time for the varsity four-oared
race waa: Havard, 1S:37 13; Yale
The time for the freshman race
waa Yale, 11:53: Harvard, 11:69 12.
RECENT ARRIVAL IS MARRIED.
Miller and Mra. Baaala
go to rorxiana iw ttj.
Mra. Bessie Bauer and Harold B.
Miller, both of this city, surprlaed
their frlonds here on Wedneaday by
getting married. The ceremony was
oerformed In Portland. Mr. Miller re
eentlv arrived In this city from Bto
Paul. Minn., and Is assistant super!
tAndent of the Oregon City Maoufi
luring Company. Mra. Bauer aju'-
tie son have for some time bee"
Ing their home at the Sevant
Hotel, conducted by Mra. M'
eouple are spending tha""
LTS HIS and plenty of it.i
DAUGHTERS OF KING
HAVE FINE OUTTKG
AUCTIONING OF ARTICLES
REV. ROBINSON CAUSES
The strawberry festival given by
the St. Paul's Guild and Daughters
of the King of tho St. Paul s Guild at
the home of Mra. Dan O'Neil and Miss
M. L Holmes at Rose Farm Thursday
afternoon was a moat enjoyable af
fair. Although tho weather waa un
favorable there waa a large atten
dance. The rooma of the old historic
home uever looked more attractive
than on this occasion. Tbo living
room, parlor and dining room wer
artistically decorated, nasturtiums,
LaFrance rosea and sweet peaa being
used In an abundance. Refreshments
were served by the Guild.
One of tho features of the afternoon
was the auctioning of articles, caro
fuly wrapped, and unknown to the
purchasers. The Rev. Charles Rob
inson, the auctioneer, kept everyone
In good nature by hla wIL He dispos
ed of every artlnle. - Many surprises
were found by thO ..purchasers, some
of which were rtdl-jlous, while oth
ers received rrtlcles. Instru
mental selr Indulge k rendered.' and
gaxoar'Tbe D.ufrtitayia on tho ver-
and the young girls s, or tni King
tablea w here lajwy aijbdety each, had
Amonr thoao nrosoUclea were sold.
Charlea Robinson. Jnt wars tbo Rev.
T. F. Bowen, of SelT Ro. and Mra.
Furts, Mrs. H- L Arood; Mrsj Rosma
Harding. Mrs. J. WKalty. Mrs. O. A.
Miss Edith Brtstow Hlatt, Mlns Ogben,
J. R. Humpbrya, M. of Portland; Mrs.
Miss Robinson, Mjira. jnmea Dawson.
A. ChapmaA, Mra. iss Pareiful. Mra. E.
Lewthwalto, 8r ,q. Toaley, Mra. John
walte. Miss Matt . Miss Alice Leth
Caurield.afra. mey. Mlaa Marjorle
Alice StoMMH. r. B. Lawton, Miss
J. W. MoffHtts. Carl Joohnke. Mra.
Mrs. W. B. IX Mlaa S. K. Williams,
Miss HMtt, aton. MisaJuP"
Misses' Ca. ... ' v "' ''i'
Rondo! ' Eby and - Zen Moors
The 1ITcb Seiectlona on fianow .' ',
the InteTary board was pleased with
people test manifested by the young
library t the formal opening of the
stream p thorn. There was a steady
tho Hef visitors from the time of
clone lilng In the afternoon until the
many i the evening. So eager were
of thJf the boys to obtain posaeaslon
that ' work of aome favorite author
booknaay made ."straight" for the
wUhhelv on entering the room,
Sevrtt taking time to doff their hats,
ed nu piano selections were lYndar
May Mlea Carol Ely and Zenrn
rttre, Y nch waa served by. Ilea-
itu m Aiieen Phillips. , V '
reading room la now
flic and should be well
nitaran a uay uoeervaa.. , t
lil ron's Day wag observftd laai
day at the First Gnrmari KrII-
Church, corner Eighth and Madison
street The collection for - fH,n
To Teach at Chautauqua
MR3. EMMA WILSON GILLESPIE.
Mlra. Emma Wilson Gillespie, who
did tho work In expression at the
Chautauqua last year, haa been engag
ed for tbo coming meeting at tne ur
gent requeat of those who were form
erly membera of her class.
The outline for the work' Is aa fol
lows: 'Thought Analysis. Breath Con
trol or Voice Building. Interpretive
Rendition with Bodily Expression.
Mrs. Gillespie wishes all who desire
to take the work In expression to
bring a copy of Tennyson's poems.
Mra. Gillespie'a method of Instruction
discourages both "cramming" and
copying, and la not hampered by any
set aystem but an effort la made to
promote a distinct Individual growth
BIG Dillll BY BOYS
LADS ALSO WILL GIVE INTEREST
ING EXHIBITION IN
A committee drill of 100 boys of
the First Regiment Brigade of Ameri
ca, Oregon Division, will be one of thg
features of the Willamette Valley
Chautauqua, -which atarta at - Oil
stone next Tuesday. Tbo drill will
bo held after the ball game on July
S. Secretary Gary haa been negotiat
ing with Commander Knimm, of tho
brigade, for several weeks, but It was
not untu Friday that Mr. Krumm waa
able to announce that the Invitation
had been accepted. After tbo drill
tho boys will give a cooking exhibi
tion. They will build their own fires
and be allowed the use of only one
frying pan. The winners will be given
The marathon race also will start on
July 8. which has - been designated
"Boys' Day." The race will be a
seven-day ovent, and any boy who
desires to enter will be eligible. There
will be other athletic eventa on this
day. Including ' shot-putting, running
broad lump and 100-yard dash. The
medals for the victors are on display
In Jaggar Bros. windows, Portland.
CUPiD VlilS TEACHER
MISS EST ELLA' ROBBINS AND
C GILLESPIE ARE
Announcement was made Friday of
the marriage of Mlsa Estella Robblns,
Bister of D. C. Robblns, manager of
the Oregon Commission Company, and
F. C. Gillespie, sales agent of the
Northwest Union Pacific Coal Com
pany, with offlcea In the Wells-Fargo
Building. Portland. The ceremony
was performed In Sell wood. Mrs.
Gillespie, who Is a daughter of Mr.
and Mra J. H. Robblns, of Amity, Is
well known In Oregon City, having
visited here often. She has been a
teacher In the Portland public schools
fo;- eight years, and was considered
one of the most proficient In that
Mr. and Mrs. Gillespie have gone
Southern California to spend their
J. C. SAWYER TO BUILD HOME.
a. -CentafStraet Near
Mf. and Mra. J. C. Bawjer. f this
city, who are making their home at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. W Loder
during: their absence in the East, have
psrehased lot 6 of block 63, Oregon
City. This la located on Center
street south of the Loder property,
and Is an Ideal place for a residence.
Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer will soon start
tne erection or a wooern bungalow. (
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All in crop, close, to school
from store. We
it you want home
,tock i .':;-. .!!
VV- , YMVUULY &. CO.
2 N V ..' A A 'lw Oragea City. '. - .'.,.
ORGANIZATION HAS RB
cmc mmm u
Report of Mrs. Norrla, Ret.
dent, Glvea In Detail
Ad to City.
The Woman's Club bsa
Its moot aM-Qsitl year, and tla.
accomplished baa as of great '
fit to the city. Virtually a?'
achievement of tike orgauizattC
been of a el vie natqna. but C"
t. ll, t
haa been of service tn otl II
work ce vera a wldn cc
chronicled detail in
the retiring' prestdeot
rturns. too rapiri in juii ix.i ri; j
Another year haa parsed ' wtt tr
IN EFFORT TO BIAj 2J I
CITY. - I
profits, pleasures and perplexities f . u
I hla olnh Wm Hat nrnfla flraL, mur' l v :
body, either of men or wemea. hMfi
together for the common good, ii
fail to derive profit, oeth a ti
and Individually, from sttcJt aaaoatv
Uon. By profit, we do aot aaea taaaft-jl ;
eUry profit While thai la of tatmQt
mable value to a successful aeatevViiV
ment of material resotta, tiU pifOk&f'
that comes in the broadersed horjtoe-
greater forbearance, a wtdeaeft faKa'
that each one la actuated) TaraaM&4fr
motives In the work deae, ln tkdr.it'
tellectual uplift that sauat eevasf
the profit beyond price. ;
The pleasures of the year feaxia ofw
from a sense of dnty welt dose fcfi
each club member. The BMintfejtKtejB,
there's the rub; theae eosa saoatly (aw
that-president. How to JoiUfsact tha .
duties of ber office profitably fer.t.fi
often failing wbea maklac the Jjasl
est effort. Still these fallaraa .Taaa
n rtt H itu.n area nai Kn t
greater effort. May we fee ' ,pmkmmfj.i
if we speak of some of (be yerplearl- J
ties and embanraalnc thlnata tOat Us ''
bfflcera of the club have to ttMtet, an4"( J
especially embarraaing aaa) fjeralax- -
Ing to the prealdlas offaMr. ' Tha t
greatest : la a - egteet of tb ttaW-
that should be observed lay vew f H
ganizatlon and indlvidoal Tf gaba ,t-,i)
lUSJI SMI 1 auicu fl -raj,i aa.au . wjsjMp BwaawswaasajBaa;
should feel herself a hostess hJSd boar
or the person Invited on the program
by her pre nee at the club.
Dont Overwork "George. ,
The business meetings to be BOO-,
cesaful must be of Interest to each,
member. It Is all very well to say,
"Let George do It," hut It Is pretty
hard on "George." So I bespeak for
the new president a good attendance
and your hearty support at each meet
ing of this year,
The Wonaan'a Chib stands tor great
er possibilities for women. Already
the men In leglalatnrea, in Congress
and those desiring better laws for hu
manity, are appealing to the Women's
Clubs to come to their aid. Then m It
not worth while for as to Join heart
and hand and say we will stand by
our club first, social duties second.
The work done by thla club during
the year haa been largely civic We
have found a ready response from the
City Council, and the people generally
In helping the work along, there la
yet much to do before we have a "CKy
Our new president saya we must
have the Junior Civic Improvement
League. Good for her, and we will
have it, too. Thla meana more, beauti
ful school grounds, boys and girls cul
tivating a taste for the beautiful and
The Shakeepear. department of the"
Woman'a Club, under the direction of
Mra. Linn wood Jones, haa taken us
away from the light magaxlne fiction
to walk with "The Uncrowned Kins"
through tbe realms of fact and fancy
whreln he haa portrayed the strength,
grandeur, love, weakness and hates
of humanity so splendidly that we
stand wrapped in amazement. ,
Clubs Arouaa Interest.
The crowded houses that greeted
Eugene 8othern and Julia Marlow, la
Portland recently, is no doubt due to
tbe Shakespear department of the Wo
man s Club educating - the women
away from the problem, and frivolous
playB. Only a row years ago tbe
greatest Shakespearian star could not
attract a half filled theater. Thisalone
should make every club woman proud
to say she belongs to a woman's club. '
The material side of club life, while
not entirely plessant, must he attend
ed to; raising money by markets, en
tertainments and cash subscription,
while yielding satisfactory returns has
been arduous to a few. The financing
of the club must be assumed by each
member, that Is, each member should
feel it her duty to do her part cheer
fully, in raining the money to carry
on the work of the club. We would
suggest that each member keep an
account of her expenses la tbe Club
. (Contlned on page 4.)
and Electric car line, 4
will sell this at your own
come and see us.
' ' t
JS cent purchase a vote la to be given
Mr. Dodge will be retained.
at Long Beach, wasn.
mlsaion waa $23.12.
., . f ' 1 ' - i - v. main iwreei .v. :. f-rji