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le. Sana In your orVr today
a fat Benefit of law pnea.
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WEEKLY ENTERPRISE'ESTABLISHED 1500
Of.. 2 No. 4.
OREGON CITY, i OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1911.
Pra Week, 10 Cextj
S BANNER CROWD
NQ DAY EXERCISES ARC
IDKO BY TEN THOUS
ERS WIN BIG BASEBALL CAME
g Man's Christian Association
Baata Chemawa Indiana In
Marathon Yatss and
Y STAFF COIUIKHPONDENT.)
AUTAUQUA GROUNDS. GLAD
;.NK, July i. Never In Ita history
Mb Willamette Valley Chautauqua
embly bal urh crowd aa attend
.Tuesdsy. During tbe ruah boura
)m were at leant 10,000 persona on
(ground. Up 'to about 6 o'clock
,he evening there were 7,500 tick
(old to grown persona, not taking
f fcrfouht Be hundreds nf mhoit
lata and tba children under elgit
a of age.
II Monday night and Tuesday
nlug before the oiwnlng, teama
, arriving, bringing campera to
I grounda. There are more than 300
Jt now up, and about 1,200 camp-
p. The ground, alwaya beautiful.
jre never mora ao than today.
Xarly In the morning tba crowd
inn to come and there waa no let
all day. There would bave been
are If the car aorvlce had not been
labled fur about two boura, cauatng
any go elsewhere for their eel
lachera Beat Blacketonee.
'The event of the morning waa the
ill game between1 the lllackatonea
d Tearhera. Tbla game bad been
joked forward to with great enthua
lam by hundred of person aver
lore the Teacher threw down the
auntlet to the lawyer. The result
I the game waa -7 to 3 In favor of
The line-up o' the teama waa aa fol-
Idney Johnaton Park
William Stone . .' Charles fllerer
. , . ... Pitcher.-..
ohn Clark Harry Ilargreave
Gilbert Hedges .... Hrenton Veddor
1 Second Base.
. . Calavan
, . T. J. Oary
, . F. J. Tones
pr. T. J. Fog N. W. Bowlaud
gev. E. F. Zimmerman. .John Rlevera
i na real atar playing or me game
kaa dona by Park, Charles Slevers and
9irry Ilargreave of theTeachera,
'here were many humorou Incident
a when one of the teacher waa ruled
put by the umpire and wanted to keep
Iby Fade on Ball.
f Then Eby etarted a laugh by falling
m front of a ball and stopping It when
ke knew ha could not catch It. Tba
fllackstona pitcher William Stone,
Fame In for a drubbing by the fana,
or after the first Inning hla arm
ava out and all a man had to do to
make first waa to wait and walk.
Most of the playara preferred to awat
;be ball, however, and all did not
I N. W. Dowland made a reputation
Is a fielder by catching a beautiful
fy aent Into the left field by Johnson,
In the, second Inning Johnaon made
i run ror tne mackstone. The uiacK
Hone were strong on batting, but the
Teachera proved to be a bit the better.
The third Inning Charlea 8levera
made a home run and Parka and Ved-
er both got In out of the rain. Tbla
ava ginger to the game, for all beta
up to thla Inning were on the Black
itonea whose rating aa playera' Buf
fered a aerloua blow.
The fourth opened quietly with bat
era walking. Gary stole aecond, third
md then home. F. J. Toor.e made a
ipectacular slide for third, but did
lot get home. ,
Eby, of the Blackatonea, however,
Your Are in for a
When you coma to aea tba apeclal
Fourth of July display of fine weara
bles for men and young men we have
made. For you will find that the
quality of our merchandise goea up
Ilka a rocket, while tha prlcea ara Ilka
the proverbial atlck within reach of
Don't fall to aee our window die
play. Pticc Brothers
Net Like Other
Mi and Mela) Ba.
T. J. OARY.
(Hecretary Chautauqua Assembly.)
bad better luck and atole borne on the
The fifth opened propltloualy for the
Teacher with men walking, but they
were put out, the half cloalng wttb
two men on base. Dr. Foi played
part of the half In the pitchers bos.
fluid which waa caught by Kby. 'arka
made a ecore. John Clark then took
the bo and Fos played abort.
Clark Haa Nifty Suit
Clark looked youthful In wblte knee
trousers and had the apearance of
being a abark at the game, but the
first man walked. The winner were
not at all "chesty" over the result,
but gave the lllackatonea a rousing
three time three.
II y thla time the crowd were seek
ing lunch and there waa plcknlrlng
In. every corner of the grounda. The
Naval Reserve Hand concert In the
Tabernacle aerved to draw tbe crowd
together again, although there bad
leen no perceptible diminution In the
number promenading the many walka.
Tbe band acored a bit with all.
The Grand Army of the Republic
Drnm Corpa aurrounded by hundred
of tbelr comrade, occupied tbe. plat
form and rendered a number of atlr
ring eelcK'tlona. Of course they were
greeted enthusiastically. What else
could happeii to them on the Fourth
The Fourth of July exercises fol
lowed the band concert. Roae Illock
Itauer waa In excellent voice and sur
passed herself In her reudltion of "Tba
Star Spangled Banner."
. Superintendent "Toose, of the Ore
gon City school, read the Iteclaratlon
nf Independence, and F. It. Buyer sang
the "Red, White and Blue."
Thousanda were unable to get aeata
In ' tbe Tabernacle for tbe afernoon
addre and Richard Yates spoke to
the largest audience that baa ever
greeted a epeaker at Gladstone Park.
Mr. Yatea waa formerly governor of
Ullnota and la a sou of Richard Yatea,
a wartime governor of the aame atate.
He held bl audience apellbound for
over two boura. Mr. Yatea apoke on
"The Evolution of Patriotism." He
told of the growth of patriotism and
paid a tribute to tbe work of tbe
Thousanda See Game.
The thousanda who could not get
within hearing dlatance of the lecture
er were entertained at tbe athletic
field by the price Broa. and Aurora
Reda baseball teama. Thla game waa
a faat one1 and the rooters for both
teama shouted themselvea hoarse,
cheering their favorite playera aud urg
ing them to greater effort. Other
thousanda enjoyed themselves walk'
Ing In tbe grovea and In altting under
Following the ball game were track
conteata of various sorts. Tbe first
waa the relay Marathon between tbe
Chemawa Indiana and the Portland
Young Men'a Christian Asaoclatlon.
Tbe start waa called at 5 o'clock.
The race waa over a slx-mlle course,
two teama of three each.
Chemawa waa represented by Dan,
Powera and Jim, while Vanderllp,
Booth and Barndollar ran for the
Y. M. C. A.
Vandorllp, the Y. M. C. A. man, waa
out of condition at the start and did
not run In hla usual form, while the
Indian Powera turned an ankle when
about half through with hla lap, los
ing what advantage had been gained
In the first lap.
The race waa aa pretty a piece of
work aa la Been on tbe cinder path
anywhere, but the track being In poor
condition for auch a gruelling affair
waa a great handicap to the runnera.
All the men came through In good
ehape but Powers, who turned bla
ankle. He ran all of hi relay, how
ever, which waa certainly ganiey. The
time waa 33:2 2-6.
Following the - marathon were
dashes, shot put and other athletlo
Tha Naval Reserve Band played at
the auditorium again at 7 o'clock, the
concert being followed by the presen
tation of the trophies won In the athe
istic conteata of the afternoon.
Magulra Deliver Lecture.
The evening addreaa waa delivered
by G. K. Magulre. Mr. Magutre la an
Irishman and a big one. He delivered
one of the moat Interesting lectures
that Gladstone Park haa ever heard.
Hia aubject waa "With an Irishman
Through Africa," and waa Illustrated
with native artlolea of many klnda.
Mr. Magutre waa tha first man up
the Congo after Stanley came down
and Is In a position to tell of Africa
In a manner vauchaafed to few men.
Hla audience waa a large one, filling
The only complaint heard anywhere
waa of the car service which waa ao
Inadequate aa to be almost a farce.
The trip to Oregon City waa too ahort
for the conductors to collect all the
farea. ' ,
' Tbe regular routine of Chautauqua
work will be taken up Wednesday.
The varloua otaaaea will convene at
I o'clock and organise. There will be
classea In the following subjects:
8 to U Athletlca, Prof. A. ;M.
9 to 10 Mualc. Prof. W. H. Boyer.
9 to 11:30 Kindergarten, Miae Ruth
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flavor of Mint .TIkiI' wliy
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OUR MOVING PICTURE SOMETIMES TRUTH t$ STRANGER THAN FICTI ON .WHAT f
Ahlgren and two assistants.
9 to 10 Expression, Mrs. Emma W.
9 to 10 Agriculture, Prof. U T.
B to 10 Sunday School, C- A
10 to 11 Bible 8tudy, Dr. V. B.
10 to 11 Economics, William Dall
10 to 11 Art. (Stereoptiron). Alice
10 to 11 Literature, F. K. Derch
told. , . , .
3:30 Parliamentary Law, Mr. Em
m k-A',-frVrrr 4 mHM K . ...... ... . ,
3:30 W. C. T. U. Claes. Rev.
Kdltb Hill Booker, Emporia, Kana.
11 to 1 Chautauqua Forum, Mra. Eva
These classes are all free.
Tbe program for Wednesday after
1: IB Rand Cone vert. Naval Re
2 Lecture "An Irishman's Trip
Through Europe," Dr. Gabriel R. Ma
gulre. Cleveland, O.
3:30 Daseball DU worth Derbies
7:15 Band Concert. Naval Reserve
8 Dramatic Reading "The Melting
Pot," Mra. Lulu Tyler Gates.
ANNIE STRANGE AND
DAVID KANRE WED
POPULAR YOUNQ 8UNNYSIDE
COUPLE GO TO PORTLAND
Mlaa Annie 8range, daughter of Wil
liam Strange, Sr., of Bunnyatde, waa
married laat Wednesday to David
Kannn. son of Mrs. Wllhelmlna Kanne.
The Rev. Morrla Heverllng, of Port
land, officiated. .
Ruth Hudson and Will 8trange, Jr.,
attended the couple. The wedding
march waa played by Hulda Kanne,
a alster of the bridegroom. Luncheon
waa aerved, after which tbe young
couple left for Portland amid a ahower
of rice. Mr. and Mra. Kanne will live
at Sunnyslde, where he haa charge of
bla uncle'a farm.. Those present were,
re Rev. Heverllng, William Strange,
Sr., Mra. Wllhelmlna Kanne, Mr. and
Mra. , David Kanne, Misses May
Strange. Helena and Hulda Kanne,
Ruth Hudson, Maggie and Edna
Strange, Messrs. Will and Renwtck
Strange, Walter and Gustave Kanne,
Robert 8trange and George Wilson.
HOTTEST FOURTH EXACTS
LARGE TOLL OF DEATHS.
CHICAGO, July 4. (Special).
From-alt over the Middle West dis
patches are pouring In with the mes
sage that thla waa the hottest Fourth
of July experienced alnce the records
were first kept. From Western Kan
sas to tbe Atlantic seaboard the ex
treme heat exacted Its toll of death.
, Oregon City Fair and warmer
Wednesday; northwesterly winds.
' Oregon Fair Wedneaday, war-
mer except near the coast; north"
PERPETRATED BY WALT Ac
OU9TCO SftOMTMg OAlLVOCSf
Tennev JkJnl visit tK library
lyesTerday.The pAcKer wo
ed fci hdnuw Mve assists . n is
sued sift pd4es in tna first
M. m. A t J i
CdrilO Aooal ol vvtiilewrlan
came totU Ralons.
vwas on Iha mound and only
one Quaker riot a far as the
mkJvMty . Dooin whiffed . Maye
foul-flted near Wtteat boudoir.
LuJeru49 hlcih propper put
Ithree men on tle sacks and
two of these were turned into
runs hy residents of last
dI(1: etc. etc.
And yet some critics say there
IS no American languq(eM
I WANT TO
OUT FAST BRITON
BODY BLOWS AND UPPERCUT
PUT MORAN DOWN FOR
COUNT IN THIRTEENTH.
VICTORY IS EARNED BftHAMPION
Claverneaa Shown By Englishman In
Opening Rounds, But He
Weakens American Re- -tains
SAN FRANCISCO. July 4. (Spec
ial). The measured awing of Referee
WelBh'a arm, tolling off the fatal 10
second over the unconscious body of
Owen Moran. of England, brought vic
tory to Ad Wolgaat In tbe 13th round
Of today'a International battle for the
It waa a clean knockout and the de
cisive Victory waa cleanly earned by
the rugged strength and terrific pun
tailing power of the champion.
They shake and dance away and
clinch. WolKast pounds kidneys. Both
rough It. They butt each other. Owen
sendg left hook to ear. They clinch.
Ad pounds stomach and sends light
left to chin. Moran uppercuta and
then Ad almost upsets Moran when
they break with left to head. Another
clinch. Ad sent heavy uppercuta to
the mouth, bringing blood. They were
locked at the bell. A ahade for Wol
gaat, who waa also bleeding at nose
when they took, their corner.
They rush to clinch. Wolgaa pounds
tildneys and Ad c rouse with hla right
aa they break. Ad hooka left to head.
Ad aenda hard left hook to JawN Both
mix with lefta. Clinch. Ad aenda
heavy left hook to stomach, forcing
Moran to clinch. Moran shoots fast
right to mouth, then hooka with aame
hand. Ad sends to lefts to nose and
hooka Jam with left. Owen aenda him
back with left hook to cheek and
aenda two lefta to face. They were
pegging at close quarters at the bell.
Round Three. , '
Clinch. They exchange ahort
punches to stomach and face. Wol
gaat mlssea heavy left awing In break
but countera with right. Clinch. They
exchange Jolta to chin. Wolgaat'a
right eye black aa result of butt
Wolgaat hooks heavy left to ear, stag
gering Moran. Ad hooka hard left
to mouth and long left to cheat. Owen
aenda left to body and right to head.
They clinch. Even round.
Clinch. Break and Ad goea after
Moran who runa. They fiddle. Moran
mlaaea long left to Jaw. Wolgast
aenda' bard right to rlba. Clinch. Ad
loons left to head. Break. Ad aenda
right and left to jaw. Clinch. Moran
uaea elbow, although cautioned. Wol
gast aenda hard left to rlba. Owen
ta Here with rUht to ear. Clinch.
They were hooked at the bell. Moran
again cautioned about using elbow.
f I Ot0 CAST JUNt J
f Mf r-rzsrr
They rush to clinch, pounding head
and body. On the break Owen ataba
face with left. Clinch. Both misa and
break. Wolgast aenda two lefta to
h.iil Unrin rmulnr with heaW
right Owen aenda two rtghta to chlnJ
AdT Bends right and lert to eiomacn.
They fiddle and clinch. Exchange up
percuta to face. Wolgast ataggera
Owen with left to chin. They ex
change lefta to face. Clinch. Wol
gast puts right to cheat In break.
Sparrinz at bell. Wolgaat'a round.
Moran seems distressed.
""'Moran mlssea ' left. oneTT6TO"
body and head. Wolgast hooka right
and left to ear and geta left on nose.
Ad misses heavy awing to stomach:
Clinch. Wolgast hammer kidneys and
aenda left to chin. Wolgast aenda
bard right to atomach. Moran uses
elbow In clinch. Break. , Owen Bends
long right to Jaw. I Wolgaat sends
long right to Jaw. Wolgaat Bends
long left to nose. Wolgast uppercuta
none with left Moran jaba left to
ear. Wolgast' round.
They fiddle. Wolgast hooks two
lefts to face and landa two hard
rlghte to kidneys. Fighting close
quarters. Moran hammers Wolgast
Into hla corner, the champion coming
back like a wildcat Ad hooka head
with left Clinch. Moran holds hard.
Owen hooka teavy right to head In
break, staggering Wolgast Ad tears
In, butting moran Into neutral corner,
pounding Owen In kidneys. Ad hooks
right and left to cheek. Moran awlngs
right on back. They clinch. Wolgaat
catchea Owen with right In break awl
aenda Owen to the ropes with left to
nose. Wolgast ami ling. Wolgast'B
They clinch. They exchange -right
and lefta to body. Wolgaat aenda
heavy left to body and Moran cornea
right back and partly aendlng Wol
gast through tbe ropea. Ad aenda left
to ribs and bring It up to the Jaw.
Clinch. Wolgaat pounda kldneya and
loops right to face and sends left to
Jaw and bard right to ribs In break.
Owen cornea back hard and brings
blood ' with right from Wolgast'a
mouth. Both tiring and fighting des
perately. Breaking from clinch they
exchange lefta to nose, Moran upper
cutting with left Just before bell
Wolgast senda right and left to atom
ach. Wolgaat'a round by a ahade.
They clinch. Both try for atomach.
Wolgast hooka weak left to him and
right to Jaw. Moran aenda two rtghta
to Jaw. Clinch. Owen almost threw
Wolgaat through ropea In fierce rally.
Wolgaat aenda several rights and left
to body. They clinch and Moran atag
gera In break. Wolgast mlssea for
atomach. Clinch and both mlaa heavy
lefta In break. They exchange up
percuta at the bell. Moran 'a ahade.
Round Ten. "
Moran uppercuta to head with right
Wolgast hooka left to Jaw. Mo
ran croasee with right. Ad aenda right
left to chtn. They clinch. Wolgaat
pounda kldneya. Wolgaat aenda right
to jaw In break. After another clinch
Ad pounda face with left uppercuta.
Engage In fierce rally In middle of the
round. Moran goea fast and Wolgast
alows him with left to mouth. In
break Moran jaba face with left Owen
hooks right to Jaw. Moran aenda left
to head and right to ear. ataggeiing
Wolgaat. Moran mlssea terrific right
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Hw PbI1o emmiUnr -
PRICE BROS. BEAT
CLOSE GAME AT CHAUTAUQUA IS
t WITNESSED BY SEVERAL
Tbe baseball game between tbe
Price Broa. and Aurora teama Tues
day at tbe Chautauqua, aa one of the
featurea of the day. Opening alow,
with tbe playing decidedly poor the
game gradually developed Into an un
usually exciting one. Up to the fourth
Inning Utile waa doing, but then Price
Bros, took a spurt and got ahead.
The sixth was wnere Aurora climbed
up and tied Price Bros, and then
playing became excellent
For part of two Inning the Oregon
City team seemed Tattled." but the
boys aoon brought themaelvea to time,
and tightened up. Aurora pulled off
a beautiful double ptay. Seven three
baggers la tbe record of the Oregon
City aggregation. The score waa 7
to 6 In favor of Price Bros. The last
run waa brought In In tbe ninth Inning.
Several thousand persons saw tbe
GROWS MORE POPULAR
DEPOSITS FIRST MONTH EXPECT
ED TO BE IN NEIGHBOR
HOOD OF $10,000. '
The Oregon City Poatal Savings
Bank becomes more popular dally, and
there are almost 100 depoaltora. The
latter part of laat week and the first
of thla one there waa an average of
ten depoeltora a day. Several men
have reached the limit placed upon
the total depositee which la $500. B
fore depositing any more money they
will have to withdraw what they have
In the bank or purchase postal sav
ings bonds. H is believed that the
deposits will be much larger thla
week than last and the total for the
first month will approach $10,000. A
number of persons who have their
money Invested In postal orders will
have them cashed and become postal
saving bank depoeltora.
GOES TO PORTLAND
Dr. T. J. Fox resigned aa Coroner
of Clackamas county Tuesday, and
will today open an office at the corner
of Thirty-ninth and Belmont atreets,
Portland. Dr. Fox haa a large prac
tice tn thla city and county, and la a
splendidly equipped physician. He la
a graduate of the medical depatment
of the University of Oregon.
County Judge Beetle aaid Tuesday
that the County Court probably would
appoint a coroner at tbe meeting Ftl
day. There are two appllcanta for
the position, R. W. Baker and Thomas
J. Myers. Ordinarily the fees average
about $25 a month, but alnoo the first
of this year they bave averaged twice
1-4 Acre Tract
All in crop, close to school and Electric car line, 4
blocks from store. We will sell this at your ova
terms. If you want a home come and see us. .
,W. F. SCHOOLEY &. CO.
12 Mala 8ts Oregon City.
by gala w;;:
PATRIOTISM THEME OF ORATOtw
AT MEETINGS THROUGH
KO SERIOUS ACCIDENTS TO DC
W. A. Dlmlck, at Damascus, Telle t? '
Country' Fight For Freedom
and Growth Hsroaa of
The Fourth of July waa genera
obaerved In Clackamas county. Uver
body who could get away went aot
where and Joined the merry throcTI "..
in the celebration of the annlveraau..,'
of tbe birth of the nation. It cer
tainly waa a glortoua Fourth, and C
the large audiencee Imbibed any ?
the aage advice that waa handed vr"
bg the nomeroua orators, patriot Ism 1;
thrilling many hearts today. Tl ,
weather waa perfect for the celebrv
UbnaTand there weie uu uuiuwaJg L
cidents to mar the festivities. -
Oregon City had a near aaie But ;
sane Fourth, and no accident war;
reported. There waa little dleoraVx
and fewer arreats were made than ot
dlnarlly. The celebrations at Canby,
Estacada, Sandy, Damascus. Wright's '
Springs and Colton were largely a- .'
tended and the exerclaee were lmprea ,
W. A. Dlmlck Speaks.
The Hon. Henry S. Weaterbrook, r",
Portland, apoke at Canby, Grant I
W. A. DIMICK.
Dlmlck apoke ' at Wright' Sprlncs,
Howard Brownell at Bandy and W. A.; .
Dlmlck, at Damascus. The latter made
one of tbe best addressea of the day.
In part It waa as follow:
.The occasion, wltnesaed by patriotic
songs and music, by the display of our .
national flag, and other acta of ttav
tlonal pride, shows us that the Intent . ',
aa, promieuoahedecl.'xnitlon of In-
dependence, have been p-rformeu "In 1 ,
Ita true .meaning and rfplnt .
Vt. 'i MA .4 I Mil MA- -.V
1 uu i m i v. nv uuuui, ....
. . i . . . . i . ,
quainieu wun (ne nisioricai nww
of the great revolutionary atrug-
a-le of our forefathers for free- A
dom; but even In this day and
age of tbe world, when commercial
.t a. 1 . j w i
cuTiiy ruiea supreme; m mm duiiiq
and turmoil of everyone to get rich;
In the midst nf the nrottecutlor, of all
graft; and underneath the overwhelm
ing shadow of a great moral wave
that la aweeping thia whole country.
If we atop for a moment and think
of the meaning of a Fourth of July
celebration, or If we participate in ita ,
ceremonlest our minds immediately
flash back to the past, and there la
pictured to ua tbe aad predicament of
our beloved country 135 yeara ago; a
time when the American colonists
were bearing a yoke of tyranny, when
ernment without representation, when
they were compelled to pay certain
dutiea on goods from their home coun-
try, and thua contribute to the re- -
nlenlRhmenr nf Klna- flnorze' treas- .
ury. " V
Indiana Incensed Against Them. .
Freedom of religion, the very, thing
that Induced our rorerather to come
to tbe wilds of North America, 1 had
dbcu miuirereu wuu; oau ui ceuiuro
was placed upon the press and the
liberty of speech. The Indiana were
Incensed to commit outrsge after out-
rage upon the colonists; foreign sol- ,
ft di-a wot, n 1 rati tn nrc. rr. nvaljftt.-
churches and school houses were dese- -'
. p. fail Bnrl raarla ... I II ? a. r. ftjailniaw
ters; burden after burden waa heaped '
hipon our forefathers; and when there
came the royal proclamation forfeit
ing mo cuantni ut mv Tsriuu wr ,
onlea and creating them Into royal -
provinces, hope waa vanished; the laat
straw had hmk-m tha eanil'a hack.'
The colonists revolted,' they raided ,, . -
the atorehousea of the British, and ..
without any centralized government, , (
they collected themselves together In - :
banda. The nucleua of tbe revolution
waa nlanted. It s-rew nrollflcallr. aad 1
apead like wildfire, colony after col- ; ' ,
ony took It up, until the run uurteen
(Contlned on page 4.)