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TflOUSANDS TO SEE
ASSEMBLY TARTS TODAY WITH
PROSPECT OP LARGEST CROWD
IN ITS HISTORY.
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(BY STAFF ('ORUEHPONDKNT.)
CMAl'TAi gl'A GROUNDS, GlAI
STONE, July 3, Aard of a record,
breaking attendance by tha number of
c-ampera already on the grounds Ilia
annual asaomhly of tha Willamette
Valley 'hatltatiqtla Association opens
This, tl first day of (ha session
lid Army of tho Republic Vet-
rraiia wearing Ilia button will ba ad
milted free. There will be a apm-tacti-lar
gaina of baaoball at 10 o'clock In
the morning lietween tha illarkatonea,
(lawyers, doctors and preacheral and
the Teachers Thla will bo a elartl
Ing expose of what raal baseball can
bo. Tha lino up la at folloaa:
II. K. Crosa Jamea Park
Thomai J. Fog Charles Hlevere
C. Schuehel Harry HargreaveiH
Gilbert Hedges Raleigh Searl
C. W. Robinson .... Rronton Vaddar
1 (I. lea T. J. Oary
' (Third baaa.)
Mr. Jenkins F. J. Tooxe
. (Center field.)
Llvy Bllpp Hobart Glnther
William Ht on J. Dean Hut lor
Tba substitutes wilt bo: Black
atones; Colonel I)yo. O I). Kby, J. V.
Campbell. Clyde, Mount. John Clark
and George C. Hrownoll.
Tearbera: A. A. Baldwin, N'. W.
Ikialand, A. (). Freel and P. U Cola
man. - A great deal of . Interest , renters
about thla Rama and tha raault la bard
to predict, but the Ulackatonea ough
to bo abla to not tha boat of tha um
pire on technicalities.
Ei-Governor Yataa to Speak.
There will be a band concert at 1
o'clock by the Naval Reserve Hand
of Portland and tho Orany Army of
the Republic Drum Corf. The after
noon lecture at I o'clock will he by
Klrhnrd Yatea,' ex-Governor of Illi
nois. Mia (home will be "The Evolu
tion of Patriotism." Ex-Governor
Ya(oa la fatnoua aa a alory-tallor and
hla anbjoct offera manifold opportuni
ties of humor.
The Price Hroa. and Aurora teama
will play a game of baaoball at 3
There will be track evonta for Clack
ama county hoya at 5 o'clock, and a
free-for-all relay race at 5:30.
The evening; lecture will be pre
reoded by the uaual band concert.
The Naval Reserve Hand will become
a favorite attraction with Chautauqua
vlaltora. The band baa the class that
counla. Dr. Gabriel II. MaRulre. tha
first man up the Congo after Stanley
camel down, will deliver hla famoua
lecture, "With an Irishman Through
Dr. Magnlre haa a wonderful per
aonallty that carrloa hla audltora Into
the roalma of which he apeaka In an
astonishing manner. Hla Carnegie
Hall oration delvered to more than
6,000 peraona, waa one of the greatest
oratorical trlumpha of the century.
OladHtone rark presented a moat
animated appearance Monday. Here
and there any everywhere men, wo
men and children hurried and aourrled
In the ruah of raaklnR camp, and look
InR after the multltudloua details that
must be wound up on the day before
auch an event aa the Chautauqua As
Mombly. Record Number of Campara.
Not tha leaat busy of the peraona
about tha ground waa Secretary Oary.
There are . already more than two
this Is the 4th of July
and enjoy yourself.
hundred lonta on the grounda and
more ara expected to arrlva every day
for aeveral daya. The employoa of
the association wore exceedingly buay,
but nowhere waa there the leaat evi
dence of exasperation over the da
Several daya aKo the tenia the as
sociation had on band to rent were
exhausod and more had to be ordered,
tho ordor having been doubled and
duplicated every day since In an ef
fort to supply the demand. There will
be not leea than 600 campvra on the
grounda by the time the season la In
full swing, aa many are arriving on
every train and nqulrla for camp
supplies show no evidence of abat
ing. Chautauqua Notaa.
Oary. secretary of the Aaaeni-
bly, la holding down a prominent and
popular corner of the grounda at the
lleadqiiHrlora Ilooth and poatoffice.
Andy Robertson la back at the old
aland and more rushed than ever.
Ilia aland la doing a rushing business
K. T. Avlson and family, of Oregon
City, are camping thla year.
The Schuebol lent la holding forth
at the former locution. Robert I teat
tie, formerly of Oregon Cljy, but now
at tha head of the I'resoyterlan Mis
sion School at Sitka, Alaska, la aub
atltutlng for the Schuoble family thla
Other Oregon City persona here
are Don Meldrum, J. E. Jack, E. S.
Kollonsee, nd ilarley Stevena.
There la a new building on the
grounda thla year and all the old ones
are In the uaual places.
' Mra. R. R. Alldredge la In charge of
the Relief Corpa headquarters.
SALEM CHERRY FAIR
AUTOMOBILE, CIVIC AND BABY
PARADES TO BE CARNIVAL '
SALEM. Or.. July 3. (Special.)
The Salem Cherry Fair thla year will
aurpaaa any three-day carnival ever
put on In Oregon, and la billed for
July fi, 7 and 8. The big clvlo and In
diiHlrlal parade takea place Thuraday,
the automobile parade Friday, , the
comic parade Saturday evening." For
each of thean hundreda of dollars In
prlzee are offered, and the baby pa
rade Saturday forenoon haa another
hundred dollars In prtxea for tha beat
babies and (he beat decorated go-carts,
home-made baby trucka and high-toned
city perambubttora. The Oriental fea
ture will have a 9250 float. The tier
man aoclety will have a $100 float
drawn by alx white horaea. The lodg
es and State Institutions and the In
dian School from Chemawa will have
afftclal fnatiirea. Fire department, Sa
lem police, King Ding and Queen Anne'
the clowns, the hoboea and the coun
try fiddlers will be there. The Capital
City la aendlng out Ave thousand cher
ry postal card Invitations.
It will be a home-coming day for all
who have ever lived In the city. The
Cherry Show proper will be at Marlon
Square, aronnd which will be grouped
the Arnold Carnival attractlona. Thura
day noon will be the occasion of the
Iowa basket picnic, when all Hawk
eyea will assemble at their annual re
union. Church to be Dedicated.
The little church at Carus Cornera
haa recently beeu purchased by the
Methodist aoclety, and will be dedicat
ed on July 9. There will be an all
day meeting, consisting of a sermon
at 10:30 o'clock, a basket plcnlo din
ner at noon, and the dedicatory aer
vlce proper at 1 o'clock. Dlatrlct Su
perintendent Moore, Rev. A. J. Joaelyn
and Rev, C. 1 Cheeay will conduct
the meetlnga, to which tha public la
cordially Invited. -
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED ISGG
OREGON CITr, OREGON, TUESDAY, JULY
HONOR NATIONAL EMBLEM TODAY
FIGHTERS READY FOR
BIG BATTLE TODAY
AO WOLGA8T AND OWEN MORAN
MEET FOR CHAMPIONSHIP
AT SAN FRANCISCO.
"SAN FRANCISCO. July S. (Spec
lal. Right at the notch where each
admits hla condition could not be Im
proved Champion IJghtwelght Ad
Wolgast and the challenger for hla
I title, Owen Moran, of England, to
day are almply counting the houra
until 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon,
when (hey will enter the ring here to
battle for fame and coin.
Prior to the big fight Joe Rellly
and Roacoe Taylor will engage In a
ten-round preliminary. They will en
ter the ring at 1:45 If the plana of
Promoter CofTroth hold good, and If
nothing Intervenes the big event will
be started promptly on time.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 3. Loc
Jaw, the result of an Injury In
hand from a toy platol caused the
death here of Dominlco Uato, aged 14
yeara. Thla la the first Fourth of
July accident In San Francisco.
Oregon City Fair Tueaday.
Oregon Fair Tueaday. Wester-
ly wlnda. j
Just One Trip.
"What! Going out again tonUthtf
began Mra. Nagg.
"Oh, uo; Just thin 'om-e." replied her
husband, with aKtsravailng cheerful
Dens. "It will be too late when I get
back to 4o out agalu." Pblludelpbla
A Wall Founded Fear
Little Lola-1 think Ifa a aharoe for
mamma to ' put ua ont of the room
Jnat because company came. Little
Bobby Well, perbape there wtll be
some cake left Little Lola I'm ufrald
not. Ton can't trust company with
cake. Chicago News.
ORDER SEEKS NEW MEMBERS.
Knights and Ladies of Security Start
At the regular meeting of Willa
mette Council No. 873. Kntghta and
LAdlee of Security, a resolution waa
adopted to enter Into a alxty-day cam
paign to obtain at leaat SO new mem
bers, to Initiate In the big claaa In
itiation at Portland In September, on
the occasion of the official visit of the
national uff!ci4 ul the aoclety.
W. E. Cuminlnga, district manager
for western Oregon waa present and
made a talk for the "Good of the Or-
I ur, auu umiuieu inw pmu ui me uig
ATHLETES TO PLAY "JUMBO JIM."
Proceeds to go Toward Wast Side
Cluba Building Fund.
"Jumbo Jim" will be presented by
the West Side Athletic Club at the
West Side school house on July 10.
Those taking part are well known
peraona of the West Side, and have
many friends who will attend the
play. Between the acta there will
be specialties, and In fact there will
j us Bomtuiiiiig uoiug an me lime rrom
; the riae of the curtain until It goes
down on the last act.
ill go toward
of the entertainment
the erecting of
building for the
Among thone taking part will be
Glenn Batdorf. Ray Griebel, Ray Par
ker, Floyd Blackburn, Miss Ford. Fay
Batdorf and Hilda Ford.
Seven Couples Get Ljcensea.
The following have been granted
licenses by County Clerk Mulvey:
Laura Rarabo and petit Dye; Hattle
Franka and Martin Stauber, of Che
halls. Wash.; Ollie J. Duggle and
Frank D. Cox, Oregon City; Elcye
Blermann and Ray Galea; Verglnia
Sylte and Nllea Searlea Spencer; Con
atance M. Flchlner and Adolph B. Ad
ama; Elvira Kerr and Jesse Harding,
of Oak Grove.
R. M, C. Brown la Injured.
R. M. C. Brownn of thla city, while
moving to hla new residence near Mo
lalla avenue, fell from the wagon,
which waa loaded with hla furniture,
and received a dislocation of hla left
hip. A physician waa aummoned Im
mediately, and the Injured man waa
taken by ambulance to Portland,
where he will receive treatment at
ROADSTERS LOSE TO
SEATTLE; SCORE 2 TO 1
FULLERTON ALLOWS WILLIAMS'
MEN ONLY FOUR
SEATTLE, Wash., July 3. (Spec
ial). Seattle had the "Jlnka" on Pert
land today, winning 2 to 1. Fullerton
allowed only four hits, and had the
visitors at hia mercy In all except
the fifth when they got one runner
acroaa the plate. Each; team made
two errors, and Portland got eight
hita. Seattle got one In the first and
another In the eighth.
The resulta Monday were as fol
lows: Northwestern League Seattle 2,
Portland 1; Tacoma, Vancouver 0.
National League Boston 3. Brook
In 8; New York 3, Philadelphia 7.
American Jeagne Philadelphia 8,
New York 7; St. Louis 3, Cleveland
4; Washington 6, Boston 8.
TAFT MAKES PLEA
FOR SANE FOURTH
PRESIDENT SAYS HEROES OF 78
CLEVELAND. Ohio, July 3. Presi
dent Taft, who apeaka In Indlanapolla
tomorrow addressed a crowd on a
"safe and sane Fourth."
Several requests along the line were
answered by short apeechea from the
train. President Taft aald: "Your
committee haa asked me to say some
thing In favor of a aane Fourth. I am
delighted to do so. The men whose
deeds we are celebrating, whom we
uhould gratefully venerate, were men
who would not appreciate auch a silly
method of noise, accompanied by the
explosion, the loss of fingers, eyes,
and sometimes of life, due to the nec
essity of doing something out of thb
ordinary In order to celebrate an event
which, while not exactly peaceful, was
at least sensible.
"I am reminded In thla connection
of the mother of four or five children
who, on the Fourth of July wrung her
hands and said:
" 'What will I do with my children?
What with the plague of their llvirr
and tho fear of their dying, we can t
"We ought to relieve mothers of the
plague of their living and the fear oi
their dying' by Introducing an ordi
nance In each city preventing the use
of toy piBtola, of common crackers or
of anything else that will injure or
The Lightning-like Leon.
The loon la the o,ul keal living crea
ture. A loon that nan had exer1en-e
can dodge the flash of a iron. Yuu see
a loon on a lake, but long hefore you
see him be aeea you sod nun taken a
meutal Inventory of you and your be
longings. It you have no gun yon
may perbape approach within lou
yards before be langha at you with
that horrid abiiek wblcb gives blm bla
name and disappears ondor the wa
ter, but enow a gun and be does not
stop A) laugh-be goea Inatanier.
When In a sportive mood be aome
tlmea watta until be aeea you about
ready to Are. wben at the flash be
dlvea. and you see the abot spatter the
water where be baa Juat gone down.
Noted Lecturers Speak
At Chautauqua Today
RICHARD YATES. VG. R. MAGUIRE.
Richard Yatea, ex-tiovernor of III
luoU, and Cabrtel R. Magulra wilt lec
ture at the t'hautauqua today. Mr.
Yatea apeaka at 2 o'clock thla after
noon on "The Evolution of Patriot
lam." Mr. Magulre lecturea at 8
o'clock thla evening an "With an
Irlahmau Through The Junglea of
Mr. Yatea la famoua aa a atory
teller and keepa hla audlencea In con
tinuous good humor. Mr. Magulre waa
the first man to go up the Congo
after Stanley returned.
STAR CAIIBY TEAM
REDS BEATEN FOR FIRST TIME
THIS SEASON--E. DOUGLAS
LEADS IN BATTING.
The undefeated Canby "Reds" were
defeated Sunday afternoon, at Canby.
by the Price Bros, team of Oregon
City. The acore waa 11 to 0. Thla
makes five atralght gamea for the
Oregon City boya.
Batteriea were, Douglas and Helta
man for Price Bros, and Knight and
Haines for Canby. The battlns of ET.
Douglas of the Oregon" Cit team waa
brilliant. He made two three-baggers,
and with three men on baaes hit a
two-bagger. - The Price Bros, meet
Aurora on the Chautauqua diamond at
Gladstone Park today. During the
Chautauqua aeaaon the Oregon City
team will play a nnmber of games
with an all-star team.
The following will make up the
Price Bros.' team: Heitaman, Do tig-,
las, R., Ruttenhouse, Long, N Free
man. Long, P., Douglaa E., Tom peon.
Long. A , Smith, Van Nortwlck, Doug
laa, C, Miller, Louie Smith, score
keeper; Harry White, manager.
The Aurora line-up la aa follows:
Wilson, catcher; Welch pitcher; Wills,
shortstop; Frost 1st base; Geiay, 2d
base; Smith. 3d base; A. Miller, right
field; R. Miller left field; Telford,
BUY ELLIOTT FARM
ONE HUNDRED-ACRE TRACT ON
MOLALLA ROAD TO BE
E. M- Howell and Chambers Howell,
of this city, have purchased the J. N.
Elliott farm, which ia about three
miles from thla city on the Molalla
road. There are about 100 acres of
land In the tract, which la one of the
finest, farms In the county. It Is the
intention of the Howell Brothers to
lay the farm off Into live-acre tracts
immediately. The land la well locat
ed, and lies on the proposed Molalla
Clackamaa Southern Railroad and the
Molalla road. Much of the farm Is all
UTAH PASSES IN CAPES.
DELAWARE BREAKWATER. Del..
July 3. The battleship ttah, return
ing from her successful trial of he
New England coast, passed In from
sea early today and proceeded to Cam
den, N. J.
JUMPS 15 STORIES TO
DEATH FROM TEMPLE.
CHICAGO. July 3. G. A. Wright, a
clerk, committed suicide today oy
Jumping from the fifteenth story of
the Masonic Temple building to the
court below. He was instantly killed.
EUGENE PHYSICIAN IS DEAD.
EUGENE. Or.. July 3. Dr. W. O.
Proaser, a promlnen physician of Eu
gene, died In Chicago Saturday night
after an operation performed a few
daya ago. Mra. Prosser waa with him,
and will bring the body to Eugene for
Interment. Besides his wife, Dr. Pros
ser leaves two sons, Oscar and Robert
and three daughters, Lila, Jessie and
All in crop, close to school and Electric car line, 4
blocks from store. "We will sell this at your'owa
terms. If you want a home
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO.
' ' 612 Main tt, Oregon city. . , s
Tha anly dally mmc -.'zj .;
twaaa) Portland and tsZ 'l
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EXERCISES TO BE HELD AT CA'
BY, DAMASCUS AND OTHER
j PLACES IN COUNTY. '
ESTACADA WE HAVE EE fZl
Oregon City Stores to Close In Afli
noon Poatoffice Open One) -i4 '
Hour Meade Poet Going
to Chautauqua. -v
With the coming of dawn la.
thousands of Clackaniaa County rt (
denta will tumble out of bed and f
pare for the celebration of tha Fool.
There will be interesting exercises) 1 i .
vartoua parta of the county, and, cT ,
course the amall boy, with tha
of hla firecrackers, will not let as
one forget that It la the anniverar- . '
of the birth of the great nation. As
from the interesting program that V
been arranged at the Chautauqua, i
Gladatone there will be elaborate) at
rtceaat Sandy, Eatacada, Wrtf'
Sprlnga.ncolton "and Damascus. TU.
vices were to have been held ft '
Mount Pleasant, but, owing to t!L
threatening weather, the plan WM
Members of Meade Post, Oraar
Army of the Republic,, and tha saax
bera of the Relief Corps will meat I
9:30 o'clock this morning at Har ,,
inga drug atore to board the 1
o'clock car for the chautauqna. Tt
veterana will be admitted to C
grounda, upon abowlng heir kc
tona. free of charge. .
Canby to Have Big Time.
Firing of cannon, music by the) Car
by band, fireworks, games, race tr
athletic events of all kinds will auL.
up part of the big celebration at Cc
by. The oration of the day will I
by the Hon. Henry 8. Weate-brOOaVt
Portland. The morning program wL
consist of aonga, recltatlona, epeecaW
music, etc. The gamea and races) wV
be held In the afternoon at the Ctaet
amaa County Fair grounds. The not
will include a farmers' free-fcaMC
trot, half-mile heata; half-mile runadar
race; foot racea; girls" race; ft
men's race. 200 pounds and over; Sax
race, potato race and relay race. Tt
will be dancing In the big parti
and Chemawa and Canby will -play f
game of baseball.
4 Another big celebration will be h44
at Damascus, where W. A. Dimlck vUl
make the oration. There will be) norsa) ;
racea, foot races, climbing the gTeaaedl '
pole. etc. Dinner will be served o
the grass in the large grove, and tie)
young folk probably wUl indulge) is) ',
An "old-fashioned'' celebration will ; "
be held at Estacada and It la expected ;
that many persona from Portland will .
attend. An Industrial parade will be)
given In the morning In which there ' 1
will be floats representing Tartons)
lines of trade. One float will repre
sent the Goddess of Liberty. Two
baseball gamea VIII be played and tha
Mllwaukie band will furnish music
Judge Dimlck to Speak.
Grant B. Dimlck will be the orator
of the day at Wright's Springs, where ,
an Interesting program has beea ar
ranged. Howard Browne!! will be tha
speaker at Sandy, Mayor Brownell,
who waa first chosen, having bean
forbidden by his physician to apeak.
The mayor la suffering from a cold.
It la expected that a large number
of Oregon City residents will attend
the Arlon Society's picnic at 8chnoer's
Grove. There will be singing, danc
ing and other features of entertain
ment. Many of the Oregon City stories wilt
be closed all day and others will close
at noon. The general delivery window
of the -poatoffice will be open from
8:30 to 9:30 o'clock In the morning.
SMITH BACK, ABSEIXE
IS NOT EXPLAINED
YOUNG MAN, WHO DISAPPEARED,
DOESNT TELL WHERE
Charlea Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs.
H. R. Smith, of Greenpotnt, who dis
appeared mysteriously on Jnne 24,
being last seen at Meldrum, baa re
turned to hia home, lie gave no ex
planation - of his strange disappear
Smith waa divorced from his wife
about five yeara ago and haa been
despondent Hia little child waa plac
ed In an orphan go, and the father
has lost all trace of tt. Thla haa wor
ried him a great deal. Smith Is 30
years of age. and bears a good repu
tation. His family were overjoyed
when the young man returned. Hla
father had offered a reward of 825
for Information concerning his where
come and see us.
oeeolocowoeoe0 t C t
' Maeauley In New York World.
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