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VOL. "2 No 7.
CX COVIRNOK HANLIV OtLIVERS
TRONQ LECTURI ON FIOMT
ron , TMIMRANC.
P. FOX OTFUAF03 SUFFRAGE
Prlca Bro.r y Dafaating Qladalona
Laad In EMOltlng Baaaaall Raea
- Today tat"Ailda fr
' v .Boya and Olrla.
t liy Staff C'rraiKU)tnty
CM AlITAl'Ql'A (MtOrNDH, CSlAfV
BTONK, July 7. lnlwra-nl In tha rliu-
t.tuiiua waa trtiaUuiati louny oonpin
tli threatening .utlir and HkIiI
klu.wrm. Tha aHtndunca at tna
rlHra contlniioa lo Inrrraxo ana th
liinirurtora ara dMnhlrl with lha in
irral hoo by the aludvnia. Navar
hrfora haa the cUNi lan ao pop
ulir ami many of thi moat prominent
nctMina In Ih rounty ara enrollml In
m iminTirr orTTiPiir"
Tha fwaturaa of Imlay ra lha ad
drckM-a hy ex Govornor Ilanley, of In
(IliTin. and Mm. Emma A. Vox. Mr.
H'liilcy'a anhjerl aa, "An lrrapral
h!c Coiifllrt," whlrh h callinl tha hat
t! fi.-r temperance? Me di-lared tbnt
ih forr- for b'wnI and evil had U-an
In oitifllrt from time Immemorial, hut
eventually tha I'mhI would win
"No ureal ratine ever dl." aald
the ei Governor. -The pmiplo have
lnt many battle In the Dicht alrmt
li'iiifr. hut they alll win yol. You may
kill It defender and advueatea, but
t'.inl mill ralHff up new defender and
iipw advoratea. Tha cburrhea muat
do ibe work, and. a yet. there la a
Ink of power that come from treat
r'li.vlrtlon. There ara too many fair
venther tnemlier and ,too man tin
iM.ldiera. If the churrh e)pla aa a
hu!e had tha proper conviction they
would take thla country for Chrlat
and Teinernca In half a decade.
Tt:rre I more need of good men In
Oieg.n than In Heaven. In Heaven a
man can wear a? crown and play a
fcarp, whlrn I very grxxl. but In Ore
gon ft man can bear a rroaa and win
a rruwn whlru la much better."
Mr.' Hauler wa Introduced by tba
Kev. S. A. Hayworth.
Pita Made for Suffrage.
."Jra. Ki. ho amika In thaafer-
iKM-n, made n atrong appeal for wo
li en a aurfrago. She de lred that the
noaien ahould have a voire in 'the
mnaKatneiit of tha country and that
lierever they had been empowered
lth the right of auffrage better lawa
hud bean pa.and. Her addreaa waa
loquent and profound, and tha apeak
r wn generoualy applauded at" In
tt rvala. Mr. Fox la a member of tba
Detroit Hoard of Education, prealdent
of tho Michigan Hi ate federation and
lx parliamentarian of aeveral contlo
ental congreaaea of Daughtera of tba
American Revolution. Bhe ha a
thorough knowledge of parliamentary
hw and Ita practical application. Bhe
h a Inrge claaa. composed of law
yer, club women, politician mlnla
tera, etc., at the Chautauqua.
The baaebnll ron teat another fea
ture cf the dally program that la at
tracting a great deal . of attention,
rive club have entered tha couteat
for the big purae to ha given by tha
aaaemhly, and there la tha keeneat
rivalry among tha playera. Trice
Hro.' team by winning today took
Hie lead in the race with two gamea
won and none loat. Gladatone and
Aurora ara econd with one game won
and one loat each. '
Portland Team Lat
Tha Dllworth Derblea, of Portland,
and Crystal Spring Park ara lat,
each having played and loat one game.
Jl'htu aerlea will .continue . throughout
the rhnutauqua. Each team will play
three gnme with each of tha other
team, and tha two leading team on
th) lat day will play for tha purae.
The gnme between Prlca nro. and
Clndatona today waa bitterly fought,
Oregon city winning by acora of 7
to 4. Oregon City made eleven hit
and three error and Gladatone all
hit a and no error. R. Douglaa and
Heltaman compoaed , the Oregon City
battery and Ilurdon' and Hargreavea
and Conho-w worked for the Gladatone
nine., ilurdon waa hit hard In the
third and waa Jaken out, Hargreavea
The Sell g Company presents the Great American Temperance Drama
TEN NIGHTS IN A BAR ROOM.
2000 peet of Film--JEqual to two Long Stories.
We will alsoiaye another picture entitled
Sir John Falstaff
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,' INDIAN , PRNCES. - , ,
Piotursa.u VIUr l tha ,
Caranatlan of King 0rt V.
replacing hlui. Tha game waa excit
ing throughout, and the fan bee a in
a rtiUiualuailc a rooter aa at a big
The aror by Inning follow:
,.1.1.X. JL6 7 8 -8
Oregon City . 0.0 1 0 2 1 0 S x 7
Glndatou 2002000 04
Woman' Club Entartalned.
The Koruin hour waa given over to
tha varloua woman a cluba, and much
progrea waa made. The club women
were entertained after tha morning
aeaalon at a banquet In the club hnuae
of the Harmony Woman Club. About
J 00 plate were laid, and aeveral
toaat were reaponded to
Several person advertlaed to take
part In various programs were late
today, anif tha management requeata
that hereafter all lie on time. The
delay cauaed much Inconvenience, and
many person missed, parte of the
One or the delightful feature of
trwUy'a program waa the concert of
the Apollo Concert Company, o( Chi
cago. The company la romond of
Arthur Wella, banjo aololat and aaxa-
phone player; O. K. Holmea, cornet
and flute aohilat; clay Smith,' trora
iMine aololat and Mrs. Xlta n Wella,
arcomiMiilat. Mr. Well I a grad
uate of the Chicago Mulcal College.
The company will give concert to
morrow evening and Sunday evening.
Thla la Boy' Day.
Tomorrow will be lloya' Day and
all boy and girl under alxteen year
of ng wtl be adn0jUd lur.teocaiua.
There will he addresse on tha work
of the varloua boy organization, com
petitive drill by the Itoya Ilrlgade
and other athletic exercises. .Tom
Dodaon will alng a number of chil
dren aonga In the afternoon. The
two com pan lea of the Hoy' Ilrlgade
that are to camp on the grounda ar
rived today and are ready for the
drill. The boy are aturdy looking
ynungatere and ar thoroughly trained
In military tactlca. Upon their arrival
the work of making camp waa begun
and In a abort time everything waa
In readlnea for the night. Sentrle
were aaalgned to various poata and
everything wa done with military pre-
clalon and order. The boy wilt give
an exhibition In cooking In a few
days. Each one enterng the contest
ill have to make hie own fire and
with only one frying pan prepare a
meal. The one that doea the work In
the ahorteat time will be given a
The program tomorrow follow:
11:00 Moya Day Admission, boy
and girts under sixteen ,10
"Work for rioy." H. W. 8tone,
Portland Y. M. C. A.
"The noy flcouta," Rev. William
Proctor, Pacific Unlveraltyi
"The Knlghta of King Arthur,"
. Rev. Landaborough...
MHt. Martln'a School for Hoy."
Rev. C. W. Robinson.
"The Hoy Brigade."
"The Roy a' Brotherhood."
1:00 Children1 Songa Mr.
2:00 lecture "The Patriot lam of
Peace," Gov. J. frank Hanley.
3:30 Start of seven-day Marathon
for boy a.
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B w ED A
Always With the Good Ones.
Xy C C K L Y 'EN
In cLfertce of "pure morula
IbAT .rtfPuT SOME KCOOj ' fJy A -V
cJJcioTriea ,lhc CrTicltCPuTice haa
Juit wliile atili pcrrnitlincf tli
Jisftourr 1fie puJ(c Ltxicnes
cruiJily . whd'ovTTr Uwit tnearta
tntf -suU U what kecpa ug awry from woTct-, UUrr.cii J liv-umrter roorh take rtcJce
THE ON 3 WE HAVE TO TLLL
VILS0il,t ARK HORSE;
IVERYMAN WONT HAVE REOU
"LAR PHYSICIAN, BUT WILL
GIVE ALL CHANCE.
V. J. AVIIaon, the liveryman, waa
on Friday, appointed coroner of Clack
amaa couuiy to aucceed Dr. Thomaa
J. Fox, realgned, who baa move to
Portland. The appointment of Mr.
Wllaon came unexpectedly, aa hi
name waa not menuonea tor tne piace
until V. H. Mattoon. of the "board.
voted for him at the meeting Thura-
day. Before then the only men men
tioned were R. V. Baker and Thomaa
J. Myera. Mr. Mattoon and N. Blair
voted for Wllaon, Judge Beetle aup-
porting Baker to the laat. Mr. Blair
rhanged hla eupport from Myer to
The new coroner will be eworn In
today. He declared Friday that he
would depart from the cuatom of aev
eral of hla predeceaaora In giving all
the work to one phyalcian. "I ahall
divide the work among the phyalcian
of the city." aald Mr. Wllaon. "I be-
WINS CORONER'S RACE
lleve-ln- giving all of theto a chancaJp, ,n ma. ar 6 B'clock. the next
GERMAN8 TO HAVE OUTINQ.
Annual Meeting of Veraln Society Will
B Held Tomorrow.
Tha German Vereln Society of thla
city, will hold lttannuat meeting at
the Augxiat Schnoerr Park at Willa
mette, on Sunday. The park waa re
cently beautified, and piany attrac
tions, were added. One of the feature
will be the big dinner. An elaborate
urogram will be rendered, and danc
ing will be Indulged In.
TC R PR I St 'ESTABLISHED 13 66
OREGON, HATlUDAY, JULY 8, 1911.
PERPETRATED BY WALT Ac
write ri inCha;
ol lina vulijoriTlen nj alrtx -
anJ vrt Crifcorto Loci to tre
Tle OrJer of Old aJ Uuly
oOo qrwi cjirifr ynp lowm v mednj Imply
IfFrunclgco I . Moapro find arry Jiffi
n puJIing caff 11 tot Motlcan
rnroent thlrtrf there are four
busy men lntp United Stoles who
will tnke o lew noun off to Kelp Kim
out: I e Woodruw Wilson .Theodore
Roosevelt, William detirinc Brynn
und William R. Hearst .
(Some) Americans luive luat discovered
London is using the Coronation
work tne VanUees .We wre icrry
ojo ind tKats wtiy we re
mained here (nine olllce, iriercb
saving eigKt dollars.
ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY TO
BE RECEIVED BY ST. JOHN'S
NUMBER BREAKS RECORD OF CHURCH
The Rv. A. HUlebrand Ha Built Up
Congregation to On of Largest
In Stat Otitaide of
The lartteat clan In the hlBtory of
St. John' Catholic Church will be
confirmed at high maaa at 10:30
o'clock tomorrow morning. The claa
haa 130 membera. The confirmation
exerclaea will be conducted by Arch
hlahop Chrlatle, attainted by the Rev.
A. HUlebrand. paMtor of the church,
and the Reva. Ftowln and Thomaa, of
Umint AnfTAl ThrM maRui will Imi
at 8 o'clock and high man at 10:30
Archbishop Chrlatle will preach at
high maaa, after which will come the
sacrament of confirmation. Tha. class
being the largest ever confirmed In
the church, it 1 expected that tne at
tendance wilt break all records. Since
the Rev. HUlebrand became pastor of
,the church twenty-three yeara ago, it J
ha -had a remarKatiie growin, ana
there are only three Cat hollo churches
In the state, outalde of Portland, with
larger congregations. 8t. John'a
church has ,1.200 members.
The following Is a Hat of those who
will be confirmed tomorrow;
Jacob Rlasberger, Frank Robinson,
Gebhard Entner. Arthur Rothe, Benja
min Shuldt, John Ford, George Stoma.
Victor Meyer, Ralph Armstrong. Al
bert Moore, Joseph Swonkowsky, Jo
die Miller, Joseph Murphy, Peter Bodo
wlc. Daniel Lyons, William McMahon.
Rruno Meber, Otto Smith, Michael
Sevres,' George Rlasberger, ' John
Serrea, Frank Kroll, Frank Champion,
Paul Potter, John Rlaaberger, John
Kobolnlk, Ralph Edmonds, Joseph
Gadke, Daniel Rrady, Frank Murphy,
Frank Mlrhels, Percy Pollans, Edward
Rasaer, Albert . Moore, Joseph
Eyowlc, Frank Kobolnlk. Lout Kesa
ler, Henry Ast. Peter Rotter, Frank
Mooney, Edward Ruach, Michael Cose
faky, Joseph Scheralnger, Hilda Mey
er, Mary Tamer, Satle Ford, Gertrude
Nadeau, Donald Nadeau, Albert Hoff
man, Frank Druce, Henry Hoffman,
Jnmea Bodowlo, Byron Moore, Carl
Hoffman, Frank Hastings, Theodore
Davenport, Benjamin Rotter, Howard
Crenler, Frederick Delore, Julia Hast
ings. Helen Junker. Helen Sorghan,
Julia Rotter, Mathilda Mlchela, Anna
R. Tanxer, Mary Entner, Regtna
HiiPllhr-Catharlne M. Hegeman, Rose
Muenrh, Lulu Shuldt, Clara Weber,
Julia Busch, Phllotnena Justin, Terla
Raaaer, Helen McMillan, Catherine
Kelly, France Oawllata. Anna Gaw
list. Hilda Ford, Lena Storlia. Mary
Pendo, Kate Relllng. Mary Lehman,
Joaephine Buach, Margaret Sorgham.
Clara Rndrea, Lena McMillan, Mary
Mlchela, Loralne Foraberg, Harriet
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Ureal ScoTt' Here-s wRere I
tfet all the worm I vvanT
FISH WARDEN HS
MILL MAN ARRESTED
AUGUST FISHER SAYS HE HAS
BEEN UNABLE TO GET LUM
BER FOR LADDER.
August Fisher, owner of a flour
mill at Clear Creek.Vlll be tried be
fore a Jury In Justice of the Peace
Samson' Court next Thursday, on a
charge of not providing a fish ladder
In Clear Creek near hla mill, aa ord
ered by the fish warden. Fisher re
cently constructed a dam acroea the
river and neglected to build a fish
ladder. The warden ordered him to
build the ladder within thirty day,
but thla he failed to do. Aa a result
he was . arrested. Fisher dnclarea that
he made every effort to build the lad
der on time but waa unable to get the
lumber. He insista that he haa no
desire to violate the law. and will sup
ply the ladder aa soon aa poaslble.
The defendant Is represented by
George L. Story of this city.
FOR COURT HOUSE
EXTENSION OF TWENTY FEET
PROBABLY WILL BE MADE
TO BUILDING. '
The County Court, at a meeting
Friday, virtually decided upon plana
for remodeling the courthouse. The
plans, which were drawn by Architect
William White, of thla city, provide
for an extension of twenty feet across
the entire front of the building, and
a amall addition In the rear for the
County Judge'a office. Judge Beetle
said Friday night that the plans prob
ably would .be adopted, and the im
provement made under the supervi
sion of the court However, there Is
a posxlblltty that the court may decide
to advertlee for bids.
It la planned to build the proposed
extension of the same design as the
present front of the building. The
veranda and ateps now In front of the
courthouse will be used for the ex
tension. The coat of the work will be
between $11,000 and $13,000.
OFFICERS ARE INSTALLED.
Fraternal Brotherhood Meeting
tended by Large Crowd.
The Installation tif the offlcera of
the Fraternal Brotherhood waa held
Thursday night at Knapp Hall, the
Installing of the officer being In
charge of State Manager O'Malley.
There was a large attendance of mem
bers, and much Interest waa mani
The following were Installed: Presi
dent. A. F. Slnnott; vice-president, C.
Kennedy) treasurer, Mrs. Pauline
Schwarti; aecretary, Charles Rhe
pennle; chaplain, Mrs. Lena Bevls;
sergeanl-at-arma, Hugh Kennedy; mls-tre-at
arma, Mlaa Clara Sch II ten
hart; outer dooakeeper, Harry- Olea
aon; Inner doorkeeper, Bert . Barnes
phyalcian, Dr. C. A. Stuart.
GEN. BERNARDO REYES.
He Will Be Prerninent In
Reorganisation ef Mexioo.
TWO CREWS WORKING AT THIS
END, ONE AT BEAVER CREEK
AND ONE AT MULINO.
The work on the Clackamaa South
ern Railway line la progressing rapid
ly, with four crew working along the
line between Oregon City and Mullno.
Two- crew are working on the Ore
gon City end, one at Beaver Creek and
one at Mullno. At the present rate
the cempany will finish one-half mile
each week and at that rate, the en
tire grade from Oregon City to Mu
llno will be done before the end of
The company haa nearly enough
stock sold to complete the grade and
brldgea between Oregon City and Mu
llno, and is soon aa all the stock
necessary or this work la sold, the
price of the stock probably "will ad
vance, aa It is becoming more valuable
E TELLS TIME
OF DAY FQR DEPUTY
REGULAR PACE OF 8TEED EN
ABLES MR. MILES TO SET
Deputy Sheriff Miles of thla city,
haa a horse that would be valuable to
a r'ockmaker. The horse travels at
such a regular rate of apeed that Mr.
Miles know the exact time he reaches
every mile post on the roads In the
country. On Friday be made a re
markable trip to Brlghtwood, which
Is thirty-five miles from Oregon City,
and back In ten hours, or at a rate
of seven miles an hour. He left the
city at 5:30 o'clock, and upon arriving
at Rock Creek, which la aeven ml lea
out, he found that hla watch had stop
ped. He set It '6:30 o'clock, and upon
arriving at Sandy , compared It with
liie town clock, and found that hla
watch wa correct to the second. The
little animal I one of the best in the
WIDOY OF HERO CHIEF
THANKS FIREMEN HERE
W. "A. Long, chief of the fir de
partment of Oregon pity, has received
a letter of thanks from Mrs. David
Campbell, wife of Fire Chief Camp
bell, of Portland, who recently lost
hia life, for the sympathy shown her
by . the local firemen daring her late
bereavement. -.The Oregon City fire
department sent one of the most beau
tiful floral tributes at the funeral, It
being a lyre, which was more than
five feet high and made of white and
pink carnations, the base of which
was of red roses and red carnatlona,
and having golden atrlngs. Many. of
the firemen of this city were personal
friends of the hero 'chief.
Council Meets This Afternoon.'
A meeting of the City Council has
been called for 5:30 o'clock thla af
ternoon for the consideration of aev
eral street ordinances. Other matters
of Importance also will be given at
Couple Gets License.
Mary Strange and George H. Wilson
were granted a marriage license on
Friday by County Clerk Mulvey.
Forfeit Bond of 125.
Rokus Zadulkal, who waa arrested
several daya ago on a charge of car
rying concealed, a deadly weapon, for
feited hla bond of $25.
I All in crop, close to school and Electric 'car line, 4
blocks from store. We will sell this at your own
terms. If you want a home
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO.
12 Main St, Orefe CHy. -
Th eely dally n ti
twee Pertfcsnd and leant Jrr C ,.
lataa In every ee atlas; at CU ;
maa County, wit aeawaaai tf '
M.OOO. Ara you an mm9rt C1 v
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AiMlli WILL .
Vlll, SAYS TIT
PRESIDENT SPEAKS FOR PEACE
AT BIO GATHERING OF
mm CERTAIN TO SIGN
Similar Arrangement, H Believes
Will Be Made With Six Other f
Nation Church Urged , V'
to Aid Caua. '
ATLANTIC CITT. July 7. la
speech to the International Cbrlatiaa
Endeavor convention here tonight.
President' Taft declared that negotia
tion for the - arbitration treaty be
tween Great Britain and the United
Slates have reached a point where)
there la no doubt aa to the lgning Of
The president expressed tba hop
that eventually six European countries
may make similar treaties. Such ao-
ilon . he aaid-w ouid not abolish .
but would furnish a forcible Instru
ment In preventing war,
Taft Praiaea Society.
The first part of the President's
speech was devoted to a brief review
of the work of the Christian Endeavor
Societiea. . . '
From praise of the aoclety, the Pres
ident turned to peace and arbitration,
which, he aaid. could be expedlated
by the influence of such an organUa
tion. In the last 25 years we have mad
great progress toward an international
condition In which war la less likely
than heretofore," he said.
"It la true that In that time we
have had aeveral freak wars the war
between China and Japan, the war be
tween Russia and Japan, the war be
tween the United States and Spain,
the war between . England and the
Boers, snd perhaps some others.
Peace Treatiea Mad.
"Nevertheless, a between the great
countries In Europe which have armed
themselves to the teeth since the Oer-,
man and French war of 1870,' peaoe
haa been maintained; and under tit
Inspiration of . a common desire for
peace, treatiea have been made wttb.
reference to arbitration and for the
establishment - of a court at The
Hague for the settlement of Interna
tional disputes." .
BARBERS AGREE TO
CLOSE SHOPS AT 7-J
HALF AN HOUR CLIPPED OFF
HAIR CUTTING AND SHAV- '
Dean Swift telle a atory of how
a misplaced punctuation mark got a
barber as well as his customers Into
trouble. The enterprising tonsorlal
artist placed a sign in front of his
shop which read:
"What do you think. I'll ahave you
for nothing and give you a drink."
The shop wa aoon crowded with
customers, and the owner began figur
ing on employing extra help at once.
After finishing shaving the first man.
the fellow, while adjusting hla collar
and necktie, aald. "Well. I guess I'll
have my drink." The barber didn't
.seem to understand, and told the cus
tomer that he must be crazy, where
upon the man called attention to the
sign. Admitting the -Joke-wws-pon
him the barber gave the man the
drink and let him off without paying.
Then he made the sign read:
"What, do you think I'll ahave you
for nothing and give you a drink?"
The others who had come for shavea
and drinks departed dejectedly.
The above atory la germane to the
one that will follow only In that both
are about barbers. The barbers of
this city, all but one, bare agreed to
close their shops every night at 7:30
o'clock except on Saturday night. One
barber- on the hill, however, Insista
that he will keep the old closing hour
which la 8 o'clock. An effort will be
made in the near future to have the
shops closed at 7 o'clock on all nights
but Saturday, The new time of clos
ing will start Monday.
RICH AUTOIST KILLED.
CARLTON. Or., July 7. Frederick
Russell, manager of the Carlton Con
solidated Lumber Company and one
of the most prominent business men
of Yamhill County, wss Instantly killed
under his automobile, which overturn
ed on a ledge in Moores Valley.
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Oregon City Fair and warm-
$ er; northwesterly winds.
Oregon Fair; warmer, except
near the coast; northwesterly
come and see us.
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