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VOL. 'J No. 8.
II GIVES KING
LICE AND CROWDS HAVE . EN
COUNTERS AND SOLDIERS
MS MAYOR REMAINS AT HOME
Hon la Taken to Avoid Poaalbla
Conflict Crowda Damand Homo
Rula Oaorga la Plaaaad
ni'iti iv Julv i. Kins tloorae ra
il veil Uyl wolcoma to Dublin to
v The Klnc accompanied by me
nrro, the Prince of Vala and I ha
incesa Mary, arrived at Kingston
urbor on the royal yacht Victoria
rk. win llvlnv mi to hla r.tiuta-
ii, wante to e all part a of tha am-it-,
a ml every phaae of Ufa In It and
'in una of t ha hualwat daya of hla
.. Wuikln over Dublin. After al
luding aeveral funrtlona thla after-
on, ha drove to rnoenix i ar 10
iho racea for tha King's cud. Ha
rlvrd juat In tlma to aa lilt hard
ker a penant win tna lourtu raca.
owda Attack Police."
Amnni other affairs which tha King
i.nilaMt mmm tha ouonlnc of a olav
iitrr In tba poorest and rougheat die
iit In Dublin. It waa a tlma of tha
eatret anilety for tha police. I lo
ft tba King a arrival, tna ponce ana
wda had aeveral encountera, In ona
hli k a aaraaant'a arm waa broken.
imii.i were brought up but wera not
Mn and woman who had been leer-
K th polio and aoldlera broka Into
arty cheers. - wnicn contwueu
mughout tha district. Tba Kill
il (jMn. althouch tired ahowad
Mir raal filja.Miir at Ihla nvatbin.
hlrh ae entirely unexpected in that
"Welcome. Wa want boma rule,"
4a tha lnarlptlon on . a banner
retched outatile tba Town Hall at
mhroke. a anburb of Iniblin. wnirn
fim-d to prvaent an addreaa to tha
iliAn.ll.l. Ara D.a.ly,
Tim Iird Mavor of Dublin, whoa
rent that he would preaent an ad-
10 ma siajwaiy. arapiie ma con
ry decision of tha corporation. It
4 feared would lead to trooble, re-
AiiA at homa.
The Natlonatlata adopted a paaalve-
rnenaiy aitiiuue. i ney am not
rllclpale In tha official reception.
uiu not inieriere wim il. i ney
riited their premlaea, alwaya, how-
, vi it n me irien nag. ir mora man
flair waa shown, tha ajwnnif waa
American emblem, ao there waa
heral dlaplay of the Btara and
Ipes. in the general docoratlon
re m i dlacreet Intermingling of
line and green.
CANBY ODD FELLOWS
Canity Lodge, No. 158. I. O. O. F.,
hh Installed tha following offlcera:
I H Mark, D. D. G. M.. acting aa In
tailing officer; J. Ray Vlnyard, N. O.;
alvln O. Kocher, V. O.; Howard H.
U'clea, aecretary; W. II. Hair, troaa-
rer; Ivan Dtmlck, warden; J. K.
iitlierland, R. 8. V. Q.; George Malna,
V. O.: C. L Batea, R. 8. N. G.;
l-t-e Rckeraon. L. 8. N. O.: Bdward
Mhtill. R. a.; W..K. Miller, U 8. 8.;
WiUon, conductor; AH. Knight,
().; Arthur Wink, O. O,
The Inatallatlon ceremonlea were
ol lowed by a banquet and amoker,
'Hrtlrlpated In by the membera of the
'nee and visiting brethren. Canby
-"'Ixe, Mo. 15(1. la ona of tha atrongeat
"iKra of tha order. It la now plan
il"g for tha erection of a large con-
tete building upon valuable property
t owna In thla city, the new building
ii ronalat of atorerooma on tha ground
loor and a fine lodge hall, with ban-
met room a and all the uaual prepara-
on roonia, etc.. found In a modern
'P-to-date lodge building.
Blown to Atoms!
The big nolae In. town la our aeml-
Annual clearance aala after tba Fourth.
Sacrificing good clothing for good
money wa need room for our Fall
nd Winter atock and wa moat con
feaa wa need tha . money, too.
Our regular low prlcea reduoed
. 25 per cent. ,
Don't fall to take advantage. Don't
Mwt Uk OtlMM
Mh ind Main iW
(. DOES THAI REMIND
C. B. BUCKLES DIES
AFTER LONG ILLNESS
MOTHER, WHO HASTENED TO
BEDSIDE AT PHOENIX, WILL
BRING BODY HERE.
C. H. llucklea, aon of Mra. Kllen
Itucklea, of thla city, and of the late
William llucklea, died at I'hornli,
Arlaona, on Friday, July 7, after an
lllneaa of aeveral montha of catarrh
of the aiomacb. Mr. llucklea, who
left here about two montha ago, went
to Kanaaa, thinking the change would
be of benefit to hla health, and from
there to Colorado. He remained In
t hit t state for aeveral weeka, and de
cided to go . to Phoenix, where hla
health gradually failed until hla death.
Hla mother haateued to hla hedalde,
but did not arrlie until Friday eve
ning after hla death. Afra. llucklea
will bring hla body to thla city, where
the Interment will take place In the
family plot In Mountain View ceme
tery. The body will be laid bealde
that or hla father, who died at Will-:
amette alwiut two yeara ago. j
Mr. llucklea waa a young man of ,
pro in lo, and had many frlenda In thla .
city, who were shocked to hear of !
hla death. He had for the pet year;
made hla home In thla city with hla i
slater, Mra. George Griffith, of Kf
Thirteenth afreet. He waa liorn at
Mulxan, Kan., on January 29, 1884, ,
and waa twenty-aeven yeara of age.
He came to Oregon with hla pnrent ,
about seven yeara ago;' aettUng at j
Willamette, where he remained until !
he came to thla city. He waa a mem
ber of Multnomah Lodge No. 1, A.
V. A. M.. and It la probable that thla
lodge will have charge of the funeral
aervlcea, which have not been arrang
ed by the family.
The deceased la survived by hla
mother, two alstera, Mra. George Grif
fith, of Oregon City; Mlsa Jessie
llucklea, of Spokane. Wash.; and two
brothers, A. F. Bucklea, of Dyersburg.
Tenn. and A. I). llucklea, of Orevon
TO ELECT OFFICERS
NEW MEMBERS ALSO WILL BE
ENROLLED AT MEETING
- All realdenta of Clackamaa county
who ara graduatea or have attended
the Oregon Agricultural College are
requested to meet at the homa of J.
H. Mattley, Seventh and Monroe
streets, thla city, tomorrow night at
7 o'clock. The purpose of the meet
ing la to accept new membera to the
Oregon Agricultural College Aaartcla
tion and elect offlcera for the ensuing
Tlnna will be discussed for several
plcnlca and partlea during the sum
mer and tha membera look forward
with pleaaur to the Oregon Agricul
ture College functions. The present
offlcera are M. J. Lar.elle, president ;
Mlsa Maud Mattley, vice-president;
Mra. L K. Jonea, aecretary, and
Charles Parker, treasurer.
FAIR GROUNDS TO HAVE
HARD SURFACE PAVEMENT.
8AIJCM. Or., July 8. Decision haa
been reached by the State Hoard of
Agriculture to place hard-surface
pavement at tha State Fair Qrounda
from the. depot to tha main entrance.
Tha Hoard will also tear down ona
of the old raca barns and construct a
new one, aa well aa to repair tha
admlnlatratlon building. Tha Board
will also proceed aoon to dig naw
wella and relay and enlarge tha pres
ent pipe system.
Oregon City Fair -and warm-
er; northwesterly winds.
t Oregon Fair and warmer;
northwesterly winds. 4
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED I 3 G 6
YOU OF THE DAY WE WENT TO THE PREACHER'S?"
Praaidant ef the Japan Ex
pedition to Ba Held In 1917.
BAUM HAS JINX ON
SENATORS WIN EXCITING GAME,
2 TO 0 ROADSTERS
PORTLAND, Or.. July 8. (Special.)
Sacramento In another pltcher'a bat
tle today got the better end of the
argument with Portland. There
weren't but two acorea made and the
Senators Lorlmered both of them,
winning by pilfering sacks, good team
Things never did look good for
Portland. Ilaum had everything and
McCredle'a champions couldn't con
nect with the horaehlde, which aeemed
to dwindle in size with each recur
ring Inning. He didn't allow but three
hits. Steen, that hero of many a
hard fought battle, only allowed five
The reaulta Saturday follow:
Pacific Coast League Sacramen
to 2, Portland 0; Vernon 5, San Fran
cisco 4; Oakland 4, Loa Angelea 3.
Northwestern league Portland 1,
Seattle 0; Spokane 4, Victoria 0; Van
couver 4, Taeoma 0.
American league Philadelphia 9,
Cleveland 4; Detroit 7, Washington
5; Chicago 5-7. New York 2-0; St.
Imls 7, lloston 5,
National League New York 6, Chi
chko 2; Pittsburg 3, Brooklyn 1; 8t.
l,oula G. Philadelphia 2; Cincinnati 11,
8 T A N D I N G.
W. L. P.C.
Portland B2 42 .553
Vernon 63 47 .6:10
Oakland S.I 49 .620
San Francisco 62 49 .615
Sacramento ........ 45 62 .404
Loa Angelea 42 68 .420
W. L. P.C.
Vancouver" .... 60 3.1 .fi02
Spokane . . 49 34 .590
Tacoma .... 47 34 .685
Portland 40 40 .600
Seattle 38 41 .481
Victoria 19 61 .237
MISS AMANDA CLEAR STRICKEN.
Young Woman Wall Known In Thla
City la Paalyiad.
Mlna Amanda Clear, well known In
thla city, and slater of Mra. John
Carol hera and Mra. Sarah Dlckeraon,
of Canemah, who underwent a surgi
cal operation at the Good Samaritan
hofrpltal on June 20, and who waa, im
proving rapidly, expecting to be re
moved to her home thla week; waa
stricken with paralysis on Tuesday,
and her condition Is critical. Her
entire right aide la affected. Mlsa
Clear's sisters of this city, and Mra.
Susan Winters, another slater, of
Newberg, were notified Immediately
and went to Mlsa Clear's bldalde.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, SUNDAY,
May Wi Cleveland Loader.
HARRY JOKES GETS
JBIG SEWER CONTRACT
NEW DRAIN FOR SOUTHERN PART
OF CITY TO C08T
The City Council at a apeclal meet
ing 8attlrday afternoon awarded tha
contract for building the big aouth
ern aewer to Harry Jonea. The coat
will be $7,200. There were aeven bid
dera, the blda ranging from 7.200
i to almoNt $12,000. The aewer, which
I will be more than a tulle In length,
will drain the extreme eoutbern end
of the city. It will extend down Cen
ter and Third atreeta to South End
road, and empty Into the river at
' Conalderatlou alanawaa (lcu la ihe
proxad widening of Washington
street, hut no definite action waa
taken. - The proposition la to have a
width of forty feet. The jilana for
the roadbed call for a width of thirty
feet. Tne algnaturea of property
owners to the plana for the proponed
Improvement will' be obtained before
final action la taken.
LAWYER VISITED BY MEN HE
MET ON TRAIN ON RECENT
J. E. Hedges, lawyer, school direc
tor, and all-round uaeful citizen, as
sumed another role Saturday. He waa
the hoat of the Rev. Allen and Thomas
Williams, of Muncle, Ind., who came
out from Portland to see the aighta
of Clackamaa county.. Mr. Hedges
took them around in an automobile,
and ao delighted were they that Mr,
Williama said upon his departure, he
waa thinking seriously of buying a
place here. The vlaltora are attend
ing the convention of the Christian
Church In Portland. Mr. Hedgea met
them on the. train upon hla return
from the Eaat, where he went to at
tend the reunion of hla class at Yale
Cuiverslty, and Invited them to make
him a visit while they were In Port
land. Mr. Williama la a wealthy man,
and If he decides to Invest In this
county he probably will buy a large
Superintendent Toozo Returna.
Superintendent of City Schools
Toor.e haa returned from Corvallls
where he delivered four lectures on
"School Administration" before the
summer achool for auperintendents
and teachera nt Oregon Agricultural
IN DYNAMITE CASE
LAWYERS FOR MeNAMARAS ASK
' LOS ANGELES. July 8. Judge
Ttordwell today adjourned court until
Monday morning without having taken
any action on the motion of tha de
fense to quash the Indictments agalnat
the McNamara brothers because of
alleged bias on the part of the grand
Jury. . ... . t
When court reopened In the Me
Naraara rase the defense filed a mo
tion to quash the Indictment agalnat
John J. McNamara In the Llewellyn
Iron worka case. Sharp criticism of
the methods of the grand Jury char
acterised thia motion.
The document alno acorea the grand
Jury for the manner In which Mra,
McManlgal was treated, aaylng that
"It waa done with tha full knowledge
and connivance of the grand Jury."
JULY 9, 1911.
YOUNG FOLK SCORE
BOYS' BRIGADE INTERESTS WITH
DRILL AND FIRST AID
PORTLAND RU.ffl LEADS MARATHON
Ea-Govarnor Hanley, of Indiana, De
livers Forceful Lecture on
"The Patrlotlem of
(By Staff Correspondent.)
CHAUTAUQUA GROUNDS. GLAD
STONE. Or., July 8. Tbouaanda of
boya and girla made merry on this,
"Boys' Day," at the Willamette Chau
tauqua. From early In the morning
until late at nlgbt the youngsters
frolicked and scampered about the
beautiful grounds, overlooking noth
ing worth aeelng, and enjoying thera
aelYea to their hearta content. There
have been "Boys'-Days'andxbatuau-quas
before, but there never waa such
an attendance of young folk at the
Willamette Valley aaaembly aa to
day, and the merrymakers never had
more real fun.
But the day waa not entirely given
up to the young, for there waa much
to Intereat everybody. - Ex-Governor
Hanley, of Indiana, made an Impres
sive addreaa upon "The Patriotism of
Peace"; Miaa Beatrice Honey delight
ed with a reading "Tba Abandoned
Elopement"; there waa an Interesting
baseball game, an exciting marathon
race, muaic by the Naval Reserve
Band, and many other pleasing events.
The Apollo Concert Company, of Chi
cago, also gave another concert, and
aeveral prominent apeakera made ad-
Boya' Program Starts.
The program for "Boys' Day" began
at 11 o'clock In the auditorium the
platform being crowded with boya.
The center section waa held by the
boya of the Boya" Brigade, who were
present to take part in the competi
tive drill In the evening. Great In
tereat waa ahown In the "Boys' Day"
addresses by men of experience In or
ganized lines of effort for boya.
The Rav. Hay worth, of Oregon City
acted as chairman of the Forum. The
first address waa by the Rev.- W, A.
Proctor, of Pacific Unlveraity, who
spoke on the "itoy Scoots. 'f Mr Proc
tor said tn part: "The Boy Scouts'
la one of the youngest and one of the
largest of the varioua boy moveraenta.
In England the enrollment la 350,000
ajid in the United Statea about 200.
000. The methods of the Scout move
ment are adaptable,to all forma of boy
organisations. The work of the scout
tenda to develop self-dependence and
reliability. The hope of the nation Is
in her men of character. ' The scout
movement trains boya and builds char
acter." Boya Have Varioua Stagea.
The second apeaker waa H. W.
Stone, of the Portland Young Men's
Christian Association, who spoke on
"Work for Boys," Mr. Stone spoke
of the specialist who are working
for tha hoys aa "Boyologlsts." In
part Mr. Stone said:
"There are several atagea of de
velopment In boy life recognized by
the 'Boyologlst.' The boy from Blx
to nine la essentially a young savage
leading an Individualistic existence.
He must be 'It' to play ball or any
other game tn a team. Thia period la
elastic and may be longer or shorter
in different cases. From 12 to 15 the
boy developa the gang apirlt and will
undergo any hardship for the gang.
Boy life In the city today la very'
different from what It used to be.
For home chorea we are substituting
Idleness with the result that the boy
la discontented. The playground Is
giving way to the atreet; result, petty
crime. Neighborhood games are dis
placed by professional athletics; re
sult, a spirit of 'anything to win.'
Home life gives way to the hot-house
life of the club and theatre inducing
nervousness. The good literature
that used to be In the home la given
up, causing low Ideals to be developed
In the boy, and the family altar la
replaced with the newspaper."
Chivalry Is Inherent.
The Rev. J. F. Landsborough relat
ed the history and of the alma of the
Knlght'a of King Arthur. Thla or
ganization was originated at River
side, R. I., about twenty years ago,
by a Congregational minister.
"The spirit of chivalry," aald the
speaker, "inherent In the boy, la de
veloped by the study of the literature
of the famous Arthur and his round
table and Bible study. This organisa
tion meets the needs of boys from
12 to 18. The ritual la Impressive and
St. Martins' School . for Boys, of
Philadelphia, where boys who will not
be taken in by other schools, are cared
for, was described most Interestingly
by the Rev. C. W. Roblnaon, the foun
der. In thla achool boya are put on
honor not to run away and thla of
fense la punished by not permitting
the boy" to return. Only one boy has
The work of the Boya' Brigade was
told by Hugh Krumm, and the Rev.
Snyder of the Piedmont Presbyterian
Church. Portlsnd, related his exper
ience In working .with boya. He aald
to the parents and othera, "If you
want to be young again get In with
the boya." Some of his boya sang
"The Kings Business,' which waa an
appropriate number, as they are called
the "Knlghta of the King."
Hanley Talka of Peace.
Mlsa Frank Towalee. of Portland,
read several selections with fine ef
fect at the afternoon session, she
waa aueceeded by ex-Governor Hanley,
who made an eloquent address. He
declared that more patriotism had of
ten been shown In times of peace
than In war. Referring to the case
of Senator Lortmer, the apeaker aald
that the United Statea Senate
(Confined on page 4.)
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MAYOR PUTS All DID
TO PROPOSED BOUTS
EXECUTIVE FEARS THAT BOXERS
MIGHT FORGET THEMSELVES
AND GO TOO FAR.
Mayor Brownell on Saturday put a
quietus to the proposed plan to have
boxing contests in the city. While
there waa no Intention by the promo
ter James Quinn, who haa a clasa In
physical culture here, to violate the
law, or give anything resembling a
brutal exhibition, the Mayor decided
that It would be best not to allow
exhibitions at which admissions would
be charged. He said he waa perfectly
willing that boy8 have bouta with
large glovea in play, but he .would
not aanction anything that went fur
ther than that and might set a bad
example to the youth of the city. It
waa the Intention of Mr. Quinn to
bring aeveral well known boxers to
the city and give short exhibitions
with large glovea, but the Mayor feara
that some rf the men might forget
themselves and go a little too far.
RICH MAN HAY START
BIC CONDENSERY HERE
CALIFORNIAN WRITES TO COM
MERCIAL CLUB ABOUT
C. D. Van Dersey. of Loleta, Cal.,
haa about decided to atart a big milk
condensery in Oregon City. He has
been In communication with Secretary
Lazulle, of the Commercial Club, for
sometime, and looks with Tavor upon
the proposition. Mr. Lar.elle wrote
that there were only about 800 cows
in and near Oregon City, but that
there waa a great deal of land suita
ble for dairy purposes.
The building of the condensery. It
Is believed, would give the dairy busi
ness a big impetus, which la needed
in this part of Clackamas county. Mr.
Van Dersey Is a wealthy man, and Is
an expert In all matters relating to
cows and dairies.
Miss Burris to Wed.
Mra. Anna L. Burrla haa announced
the engagement of her daughter, Mlsa
Elsie Conklln, to marry Mr. E. B.
Aldricb, of Pendleton.
1-4 Acre Tract
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 come and see us.
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO.
o ' 612 Main St.,
The only dally nearaaja'ae he e)
twean Portland anal Salssa; air aw
lataa In every eeetla af Caaeexe- a)
mu County, with a papula)
30.000. Ara you an aatvartlaarf a)
Peb Week, 10 Cents
Suspension Bridge Corner
MOT "HEX ME
FRANK 8AJOVICH HAS TO PAY $50
FOR SELLING HI8
Frank Sajovlch. who Uvea on Eigh
teenth street In Greenpolnt, found out
Saturday that there la much truth In
the old business axiom, "It coats
money to make money." Sajovlch is
a dealer in choice winea, and hla busi
ness Is said to be a paying one. How
ever, he la today minus a little of hla
profit for the eagle-eyed sleuths of
Oregon City found out that ha waa
selling hla vlnoua goods without the
consent of the law. So In the par
lance of the atreets, the wine mer
chant waa "pinched." The caae
against him waa strong and Recorder
Stipp fined Sajovich $50, which he
paid. He waa warned never to sell
wine in thla city again on less be oh-
talned a license, and the City Council
having established a precedent not
to grant licenses for aelling liquor in
wholesale lots, it can be safely assert
ed that Sajovich will not sell any more
wine here for sometime.
CUT .WITH CUP III
EIGHT, HE NEARLY DIES
PETER THEOPANOUS SWEARS
OUT COMPLAINT AGAINST
The awearlng out of a eomplalnt
Saturday in Justice of the Peace Sam
son's Court revealed a near murder
on July 4. at River Mllla, which is
near Estacada. The' complaint waa
sworn out by Peter Theopanoua, who
charges Gust Karras with assault and
battery. The men quarreled over a
child, and the complainant allegea he
waa struck In the face by a teacup
thrown by Karras. The cup broke
and cut a large vein In Theopanoua'
neck, and he almost bled to death
before the arrival of a physician. The
wounded man wag in bed two days
and not until Saturday waa he able to
come to the city and make the com
plaint. Theopanoua has been arrested,
R. il. Roaborough, a coat merchaut
of Portland, was in the city on busi
. t, .t ' .