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WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED I50G
Wlotlon for the Morning
The tnly daily wawopafw 4)
two en Portland and) Salens) air
Ijtaa In every Motion of Clack- d
mn County, with a popvlatlon of d)
S0.0OO. Are you an advertJeerf d
Sitae will bo received for
limited timo a special w
Sand In your ordo' today
Vt Benefit of low price.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1911.
Per Week, 10 Ce.vtb
V LEADS MARATHON, BUT
Vrs ARE EXPECTED TO
PRESS HIM HARD.
CLIMBS UP i BALL SERIES
Shephord Dsllvera Strong
lr on "The Cycle of Life'
rofessor Boysr Delights
rAi gl'A UUOI'NDil. GLAD
PAItK, Or., July 10. (Speo
ono of tha moat gruelling
vr Mn on tlio Gladstone
fciirse Kellog tlila afternoon.
to lha front lu the exciting
k tilth will end Saturday.
a attracting mora attennou
U any of In athletic events.
friends of the runners crowa
ii.il stsnd dully. While Kellog
Jt.-Thrre la -no- reason- fceltee
will hold tha Ira (I lour, for
(tmr faat men are presalng
Ld and may overhaul blm at
til. 1 no ifiiirr una -iuiiivu
lapa, A in burn. Hhaver and
uncoil. Hamlin fifteen:
ho la ono of tha youngest and
of tha racers, fourteen and
f: Wilson fourteen ana ono-
Ldd and Hutrhlne fourteen, and
hlrleen and three-slxlha.
Ivalry for baseball honora also
, with only ono team believed
out of the running. Crystal
Park haa not won a game,
vldently outclassed by tho otb-
Takea Second Place.
Inning today from Gladstone
ore of II to 7 Aurora took
re In the rara and la pressing
aim City team for flrat place.
rinding of the cluha la aa fol-
Oregon City won J. loat none.
age .101X1; Aurora, won 2. loat
ntage .0(17: PUworth iH-rlilea
loat 1, percentage .500; Olod-
Lon 1. loat i, percentage .333,
vatal Hprlnga I'ark played
t 3. '
rravea for Oladatone went to
in tho fifth Inning and Burden
eventh. T. Baker, for Aurora
i hard, being auooewded by 1).
ho did Itetter. Tho catrhera
Vllaon for Aurora, and Coahow
Intone. The ecore by Innlnga
1 1 4 M 7 I I-
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ne 002040100 7
it Art Popular.
i waa another large attendance
Chautauqua, totay and the var-
Ihhro atarted tho work of tha
rrk with entbualaam. The at'
ire at the rlaaaea exceoda that
ht year, and tho Inatructlon la
more thorough. Tha Forum waa
ld during the lecture of Dr.
n Jamea Baiter, who aike on
Hrlentlfto Selection of rwda."
kdireaa waa tlliiatrated with manl-
land waa one of the moat tnterpai-
Ind Inatrnrtlve of tho Chautauqua
Dr. ftaiter gave a detailed
liptlon of bow food ahmild bo
id. and declared that more de-
i d upon it than waa, thought by
Sopular concert waa given by Pro-
Iloyer. of Portland, after which
flohwah, alao of Portland, ren-
a number of aelectlona with ex
it expreaalon. Bhe became a fav
with the Chautauqua after her
number and an effort will probab
made to get her to aing again.
i ture waa delivered by Dr. P. R.
I ierd, of 8t. Loula, on "Th Cycle
apenker trated tha growth of
ui beleg from the earlleat In
to manhood. Tha quaint humor
1'iig through tho addreaa cauaed
amnnemont. and the addreaa waa
ltdeied one of tha beat of the
rnuqua. Dr. Shepherd declared
there waa much In training, and
thin waa a matter that would not
rven too much attention by par-
Dyke Delight, With Piano,
"rry R. Van Dyke, of Portland,
n beautiful and well-oxecntpd
" ""lo Pollaclnelle-Rachmanlnoff
pi Mlaa Nancy Bala. vocallaf. ren
M very Improaatvely, ''Spring li
lie pagea of Dlckfena came to life
"f-rore tho audience naaaad In
I I view a long line of the Immortal
iHctera created by the. groat Bug
miveiiBt, proaojitod by William
ung Battle, lntrVetr of Dlckena,
linperaonator. Tha Derformanee
unique and Intereatlnr aa Mr. Bat
Mnde up for the varloua charaotara
impraonatod botora tho audience.
"e flrat Imperaonatlnn waa of Dick-
nimaelf. followed by Peckanlff.
r -Hiked out of tha naaea of Martin
lizjlewit and reproached- a ralajtlra
iuing nim a hvnocrlt Pantaln
I'le, Mra. McStlneer ITrlah Hann.
Ilklna Mlcawber. who waa alwava
pining for aomathln tn turn un
I nvKPI. Nlnnv " U nrn'l D M.,linA1
Man Peggotv. Ram Waller and I .It
Nell a grandfather, bealdea other,
appeared to make Dlckana mnn
M to hundred! of rrown'neranna and
Nren who have never underatood
charactere depicted. .
Vn added fcttraotkin for next Frl
r the 14th. la an IlluatraUd loot n re
"The Deadly Houao Fly." by State
hltb Officer Dr. CaWIn White, of
rhe program for tomorrow la
00 to 11:00 CUeeoa. .. . .
no "Tho Cauao And Cura of Colda.'
with domonatratlon by a tramed
nurao, Dr. Lena K. Sadler.
2 FINED FOR ALLEGED
ATTACK ON EX-WIFE
MARV ZIVNEY SAYS.W. H. 2IVNEY
ANO ANNIE QUNTHER
W. II. Zlvtixy and Aunle Ouniher
rr rin.)J $50 oach Monday by Juatlco
t'f the !. Davldwin, at Oawfgo,
for an alleged attack on 7.lvney'a for
mer wife, Mary Zlvney. Mra. Zlvney
waa granied a divorce aome time ago,j
the judge giving tho cuatody.of ono
child to tho father and (bat of the
other to tho mother, with iwrmlaHlon
to l he parenta to call upon tho child In
the ixmaeaalnn of the other at elated
-. Mra. .Ivney alleged that when ahe
went to her former huaband'a borne
to aee her aoii aeveral daya ago ho and
Annie Ountlier attacked her, beating
her aeverely. lticordr Btlpp proao
ou ted the defendant. '
EQUIPMENT FOR HIGH
SCHOOL IS ORDERED
J. E. HEDGES, R ELECTED DIREC
TOR. TAKES OATH OP
Tho new High School building la au
0ar tximplellon that tho lloard of
Dlreclora at their regular meotlng
Monday night concluded to proceed
with tho purchaao of aome of the
equipment, In order that It might tie
Initialled in plenty of time for the
opening of the fall term. September
IN. Tho deaka have been ordered for
tho atudenta, and the clerk waa di
rected to advertlao for blda for opera
chair for the auditorium. Seven deaka
and chalra for the une of the teachera
and twenty four I'nlveraal adjiiatable
chair deaka were ordered Monday
In order to Introduce ayatem and to
lighten the detail work of tho city au
perlntendent the purchaae of a type
writer and aome fllftig devices were
J. K. Iledgea who waa elected di
rector for the five-year term, during
hla ahaence In the Kant, waa present
at Monday nlght'a meeting and waa
a worn tn.
Conaldcrablo routine bualneas waa
dlapoaod of by the dlreclora who ad
journed after II o'clock.
Ml PEASANT FOLK
HAVE FINE OUTING
PART OF EXERCISES PLANNED
FOR FOURTH GIVEN BY
The Ico cream ex IhI given at Mount
Pleaaani Park on Saturday evening
by tho Mount Plwaasnt Civic Impro
metit Club waa a aucreaa, socially and
financially. It waa planned by the
club to give a celebration on the
Fourth of July, but the weather being
threatening tho day before tho celebra
tion wua abandoned, and the fire
work that were to have been ono of
tho features on that day, were on
Saturday nlght'a program. Many
musical aelectlona were rendered, and
dancing on tho lawn and gamea were
among the evenlng'a entertainment.
Ico cream, cake aid other rofreah
nienta were served. The committee
having tha affair In charge .conalsted
of J. M. Slevers, C. A. Blckel and A.
C. Warner. A large bonfire and Chi
nese lanterns added to the attractive
ness of tho park.
OFFICERS ARE EXALTED.
Degree of Pocahontaa Haa Interest
The raising of the chiefs of the De
gree of Pocahontaa to the elected of
fices took place at Koapp'a Hall on
Wednesday evening of last week, un
der the direction of Deputy Grand
Snchem Mts. Corlnne llennlngsen. It
waa planned to have a social, but ow
ing to the death of Mrs. Elizabeth
Vonderaho, who waa tho first member
of thla city to die, it was postponed.
Tha following chiefs were raised:
Pocahontas, Corlnne Hennlngnon;
prophetess Effle Blttner; Wenukh,
Agnea Silver; Powhatan, Henry Man
ning sen ; Collector of Wampum, Ida
Slmma; Keeper of Wampum, SonBla
rhllllpe; Keeper of Records. Beaoie
Osborn; Trustee, Josle Suxar; Ap
pointed Officers, First Soout, Ida
Stroma; Second Scout, Suata OtPM!
First Councilor, Dora Harelteon; Sec
ond Councilor, Jessie Burnt; Ftat
Runner, Manda Zak; Second RuaaaV,
Ella Tomczewskl; Guard of the rar
est, Luverna Simpson; Guard of (he
George Chambers. Ito Zk; Rn
Swanaon, Harry Wllllamaaa). meat,
clan, NfJl'a Green; rhyilotaaa, Is.
Carll and Strickland. , ,';,
HOLMES' COWTBST IB PbPULAjl.
Savon Young Woman CirwiiaMr 0r
Soaeide Vacation. s .
At tha W. A. Holmes tt.ff4 tauf'b. V
tereat la being manlfcs id,'0 ta oBo-
teat, which Is nartlciiMl Is bw -nttr
of tho young ladles of ititt ally,
are a nxli.ua to take '"Ut JaaMtf
t fs. cjen'e of M.. "Ini.v), , Tw
i th content are V.M'Mlil WtMI
v.ari, Tho has 422 MU Ii-
Je (f.M, lit; Miss i.iT' tla
tl': Osar Voodfln Jftaa; D
Mi.. f; Mloa UMfCSO, If
1 KILLED; 4 DYING
HEAT SPREADS RAILS ANO CARS
PLUNGE 40 FEET OVER
MANY PASSENGERS ARE SCALDED
Fatal Wrack on Oregon Trunk Lino
Near Daschutaa Engineer
and Firaman Caught
TIIK DAIXKH. Or.. July 10. Ono
man waa killed and four peraoua
fatally Injured and a aeore more hurt
aa eouthbound Oregon Trunk paaaen
gr tralu plunged over a 4'Hoot eni
bankment 23 miles north of Snerar'a
bridge at3:35 o'clock thla afternoon.
Tho train waa running 40 miles an
hour when It struck a spread rail,
cauaed by tho Intense heat of the af
ternoon. The dead:
fni ftUlng. atorekneper. Warm
Springs Indian School.
Mr. uiKl Mra. C. H Baker and aon
Morris, 7 years old, Sheridan, Or.
Mrs. J. W. Kaaamua. Ellsworth, Wis.
J. W. Itaaamua and baby daughter,
George McKllllp, fireman. Vancou
ver, scalded and cut.
A. A. Camp, Seattle, manager Ker
rick ft Company, none broken.
S. U Arthur, Seattle, badly scalded.
Thomas Miles, engineer, Vancouver,
forehead cut; Walter (.arson, brake
man. Vancouver, hands cut; George
Sucklch, Burns. Or.; Pat Collins, 8po
ksne, Wssh-., Thomsa Bedding, Port
land, cuta and bruises; C. Swanson,
brakeman, Mlnneaoll, bruised.
Engine Rolls Down . Bank.
When the engine hit tho aun kink
In the rail it left tho track and rolled
down a 40-foot embankment. The
baggage car remained on the rails, but
the day coach, following, left the
track, plunging 40 feet to tho lop of
the locomotive In the ditch below.
When tho car struck the engine the
escape valve of the boiler waa ripped
off and a! earn and hot water shot Into
I bo car filled with panic-stricken pas
aengers, who had been projected Into
the front end of the coach by the Im
pact. P. J. Oalllnger, a conductor, waa
riding with Conductor Caas, at the
rear end of the car. Both clung to a
seat, as the car shot down tho em
bankment. They escaped aerloua In
Jury. Fireman Caught In Cab.
Thomas Miles, engineer, and George
McKlllip, fireman, aald they knew
nothing of the danger until tnw loco
motive waa rolling down the ateep
Incline. Both men atayed with tho en
gine until It struck thex.lxittoui of tho
McKllllp was unconscious and was
csught under the cab. but extricated
himself before the safety valve was
released. waa acalded on the back
and neck and allghlly injured Inter
nally, but his condition Is not consid
"JUMBO JIM'" DRAWS WELL.
Pastime Athlstie Club Rsalizoa Nice
Sum For Club Houso.
A large crowd attended tho basket
social and tho play entitled, "Jumbo
Jim" at the West Oregon Citr atchool-
house Monday evening. About $40 was
realized from baskets and a great deal
more than that from the sale of tick
ets. One basket was sold for I9.f0.
Tho alngtng of Louis and Oscar Smith.
of Canemah, waa ono of tho foa turns
of the entertainment, Thar 'proceeds
will go toward tho erection t a lub
houso for the West Side PwUkane Club.
Other entertainments will probably be
given In the fall. .
Mrs. R. E. Woodward! at thla city.
Is very III at her homo at 601 Fourth
street. v . ' -.
i " . ' r.
HUSBAND BEGGED HER
TO LEAVE, SAYS WIFE
EDWARD SCHEURER, IN SUIT, IS
CHARGED WITH BEING
Edward Scbeurer has filed a suit
for divorce against Fred Scbeurer, to
whom shn wsa married on Kebrusry
In the complaint Mrs. Scbeurer al
leges her husband, soon after tbelr
marriage, treated her cruelly and
heaped personal Indignities upon her,
and rendered her life burdensome. He
coin rue u red neglecting her, ahe aa
aerta, a year after their marriage.
Hid on msny occaaloue would receive
letters snd cards from girl friends of
his, and when she asked him whom
they were from ho said It was none of
On numerous orcaalons Scheurer
told his wife, she alleges, bo wss
tired of her, and that he wished aba
would leave biin, and never come back.
She says she could stand this treat
ment no longer after March laat, and
that she wishes to resume her maiden
name, which waa Edith Lewis. Mrs.
Kc h eurer Is represen ted b yJ oseph H.
L C BENEDICT.
N.w York Millionaire Whose
Yacht Ran Aground Off Cuba.
Photo by American ftwaa Aeaoclatloo,
BABIES TAKEN FROM
BENJAMIN BALTIMORE SAYSWIFE
USES HI8 WAGES TO
Judge Beatle, on Monday, ordered
that the two youngest children of Ben
Jamln Baltimore, of Klyvllle. be aent
to a home. The action waa taken at
the request of the father, who alleged
that hia wife waa addicted to tho use
of morphine. It developed that Inves
tigations of her rase hsd been made
at Hood River and in Marlon County.
but upon her promise that she would
discontinue the habit the children
were allowed to remain with her. Tho
father said that his wife used a great
er part of his wages In purchasing
drugs, and It was Impossible for him
to support the children aa they should
be. There are four children, ranging
from five to sixteen years of age.
PLAYS MANY FARTS.
. . rfftwi'ratii.
fWWTH VOTING CONTES
ROADSTERS HELD TO
TWO HITS BY HOLM
TONNE80N IS HAMMERED HARD
BY SPOKANE SCORE
6 TO 1.
SPOKANE, Wab.. July 10. (Spec
la!). Spokane defeated Portland to
day by a score of 6 to 1. Holm waa In
flno form and held the visitors to two
hits. Tonneson was anything but an
enigma, being hammered for ten hits.
Each team made three errors. Tbe
Roadsters made tbelr only tally in
tbe sixth. Spokane 'got two In the
fourth, one In tbe sixth and seventh
and two In tbo eighth.
Folhrwlnr were th reattlto M
Pacific Coaat League No games
Northwestern League Spokane 6,
Portland 1; Victoria 2, Seattle 0; Tft
coma 7. Vancouver 4.
American League Detroit 4, Wash
ington 3; New York S. Chicago 2; Bos
ton 8, St. Louis 6. ' ' '
Natlopal League Pittsburg 2
Brooklyn 0; Philadelphia 4. St. Louis
1; Boston C, Cincinnati 2; Chicago 8,
New York 2.
Pacific Coast. m
W. U PC.
Portland 63 41 .658
Vernon 63 48 .625
San Francisco . 63 49 .520
Oakland 64 50 .519
Sacfamento 45 53 .459
Los Angelea 43 59 .422
W. U P.C.
Spokane 62 34 .605
Tanoma 60-- , 34 595
Vancouver 50 35 .588
Seattle :.. 40 41 .494
Portland 40 42 .488
Victoria 20 63 .241
GRAIN DEALER LEAVES
CHICAGO FIRM TO REFUND MON
EY USED BY PRESIDENT
WHO IS DEAD.
CHICAGO, July 10. Notes aggregat
Ing between 11.200,000 aad $1.5o0.0(M)
which the late James Pettlt, president
of the Pesvey Grain Company, Jloated
on the credit of the grain concern and
which money be Is said to nave ksi m
(Irlvate speculation, were under con
sideration at secret conferences of
Chicago and Evanston bankers today".
Late tonight, after tho laat confer
ence had adjourned. It wss announced
at the Peavey Grain Company's of
fices that the concern had decided to
su8end operations on the Chicago
Board of Trade, and hereafter would
conduct only its elevator business. It
was unauthoritative announced that
the company had promised the bank
ers that It would make good, penny
for penny, all of the paper which had
been given by Pettlt upon the credit
of the concern. N
Oregon City Fair and
mer- northerly winds.
Oregon Fair; warmer, except
near the coast; northwesterly
GRAND UPRIGHT KIMBALL
PIANOS TO BE AMONG
SEND IN YOUR NAME OR
DIAIW SOWN WITH
PEAS YIELDS ITSELF
REV. ROCINSON'S GARDEN AL
READY COSTLY MIGHT HAVE
BEEN MORE SO.
The Rev. C. W. Roblnaon, rector of
St Paul a Episcopal church, after an
exciting experience Monday, declared
that he Is not a success as a grower
of peas. Mr. Robinson was urged early
In the season by his sister, Misa Clara
L- Robinson and their guest. Miss
Catharine Perclval, of Philadelphia, to
plant peas In the garden In the rear
of tne rectory. He at first demurred,
declaring that ho had never had any
experience in making a garden. He
finally yielded and the pea vlnea soon
came up and covered tbe poles be
had planted for them to twine about.
Misa Perclval went to tbe garden
early Monday morning to gather vege
tables,, and upon returning to the
house missed a diamond ling, valued
by Jewelers at more than $800 and by
herself at a great deal more, because
It Is in heirloom. She, Miss Robinson
and Mr. Robinson hunted all day for
the ring, giving up In despair several
times, and finally at dusk found It.
"The garden cost enough as It Is,"
said Mr. Robinson, "without trying to
HISS HATTIEY NAMED
0. A. C. ALUMNI HEAD
ASSOCIATION TO GIVE PICNIC AT
The Oregon Agricultural Alumni As
sociation -of Clackamas County, met at
the borne of, JH. Mattley, Monday
evening, and among other business
transacted wk; tbe election of officers
for the ensuing year, which are as
follows: . President, Miss Belle Matt
ley; vice-president. W. W. Harris;
aecretary,Cbarles Parker; treasurer.
Mrs. L E. Jones; sergeant-at-arras,
Gay lord Godfrey.
It waa decided to have all tho Ore
gon Agricultural College members that
can attend to meet at Chautauqua on
next Friday evening and Join in a
picnic dinner at 6 o'clock. All persons
who have attended the Oregon Agri
cultural College or are interested in
that Institution are requested to noti
fy Gaylord Godfrey at the Harris groc
ery In Oregon City .that they will at
tend. MISA AGNES JUSTIN TO WED.
Popular Young - Woman to - Become
Bride of W. C. Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Justin, of this city.
have Issued Invitation to the marriage
of their daughter, Misa Agnes, to Wil
liam Cleveland Johnson, of Portland,
tho marriage to be solemnised on
Wednesday, July 19, at 9 o'clock, at
tbe St. John's Catholic church. Tbe
wedding will be followed by a recep
tion at the home of Mr. and Mra. Jus
tin at 2:30 o'clock.
WIFE GONE, HE FILES SUIT.
E. E. Sullenger Says Spouse Loft Him
R. K. Sullenger has filed a suit for
divorce against Geslne L Sullenger.
They were married at Los Angeles,
Cal., December 24. 1908. There are
no children. Sullenger alleges that
hla wife deserted him without cause,
and she has so concealed herself that
ha la unable to locate her.- B. L.
Snow, of Portland, is hla attorney.
a A r
All in crop, close Jo school and Electric ca
f blocis from store. We will sell this at
terms. If you want a home come and see f
I . ...
W . F . SCHOOLEY , t
THAT OF A FRIEND, Ml
FILL IN NOMINATION BLANKS
WHICH WILL BE IN EACH
SEND TOR SUBSCRIPTION BOOKS
Merit Only to Govern in Distribution
of Most Valuable 'prizoa Ever
Offered in Contest In Clack
r imn County."
Commencing today Tuesday, and ,
ending Saturday, September 2, 1941,
Tho Oregon City Enterprise will con
duct a grand prize voting contest and
will award 11,200.00 In prizes to tho
ladies of Clackamas county.
Thla contest, unlike others that have
been conducted in the past, gives ovory
ono in tho county an equal chance of
having her name announced with the
winner on tho laat night of tho corv
est, owing to tho fact that tho county
la divided Into districts which gives ,
tho out-of-town competitors tho aamo
chance aa those who reside' In Oregon
$1,200.00 IN PRIZES.
Tbe prizes to be awarded are two
Grand Upright Kimball Pianos, valued
at $ tK) each. Two "Twentieth Cen
tury" (latest model New Home drop
head sewing machines, value $76 each.
Musical educations at the foremost '
conservatory of music in Portland.
Two business scholarships tn the best
Institution of its kind In the city of
Portland, and two solid gold watches
(ladies aize). value $30, which were '
purchased at the well-known local
firm of Burmelster A Andresen, the
leading; watchmakers and Jewelers of
The above prizes wiit be awarded
absolutely free for a little effort on
the part of competing; candidates.
HOW THE PRIZES ARE WON.
Published In the paper daily Is a
nomination blank, which, when clipped
from The Enterprise and your name,
or the name of some young lady Is
properly filled in and mailed or
brought to the Contest Department of
The Enterprise will count for 1.500
votea. After tbe candidate has been
nominated clip the vote coupons pub
lished dally and send them In and
same will appear credited for your
avorite. 1 A quicker and better way
to secure a large number of votes Is
by getting your friends and acquaint
ances to subscribe for The Enterprise.
If they are already subscribers have
them pay np and make an advance
payment and you will be allowed
votes according to the printed
schedule. . - -
AWARDS WILL BE MADE.
To show fairness and Impartiality
tn thla contest Clackamas county will
be divided Into two districts aa fol
lows: District No 1 All of Oregon City
within the city limits.
District No. I The remainder of
Clackamas county, and the distribu
tion of prizes will be aa follows:
The two candidates receiving rre
largest number of votes in each dis
trict will be iwrrded with the two
Kimball Upright Or 4 Pianos, valu
ed $100 each. The next two highest
candidates (ono In each district) will
receive the two "Twentieth Century"
(latest model) New Home drop sew
ing machines, valued $75 each. To
the two candidates (one In each dis
trict) . who finish with tbo third larg
est number of votes a musical or busi
ness education (optional with tho win
ners). "These scholarships Include
third and. fourth prizes. -Two xolld
gold watches (ladies sire) will be
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