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twfeaorlpllons for tha- Morning s)
inwrfHM wilt bo received for
1 anly limited "
I r(- vur todey
I and benefit of low pnea. ..
e The only dally iwwiMM t C .
tween Portland and Salemf all SSI e)
late In ovary section Of OlaaJo o)
maa County, with a population of )
30.000. Aro you an adverUeerT 4)
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED ISGG
VOI, 2 No. 25.
OREGON CITY, 0UECJ0N, HUN DAY, JULY 30, 1911.
Peb Week, 10 Ce.vtb
MARKS ON FACE
LEAD TO SUICIDZ
MAY TELL STORY
I Gov r- - x
WEST SIDE WORKS
SEVERAL CANDIDATES PREPARE
FOR GRAND COUPE AT
SPECIAL OFFER IS BIG SUCCESS
Thlt It Last Day to Oat as Many
Clubt of Five" aa Possible, Par
Thara Will Not Ba Such
The rnulla of tha special vole of
fer tbat hug broil In forca aloco last
Tuely bao been blahly gratifying
hi lb management of Tha Enterprise
for lb number of NEW paid In- ad
wire subscriptions received from
vr porlton uf Clackatnaa countyj
Nearly every candidate In tba raco
worked wla a strenuous effort during
i h ,( week and aa raault mora
lbn two hundred K EW " subscribers
ere added to tha dully and weakly
subscription Hat and many mora will
t aildiHl tu tha Hat before tomorrow
light when the offer of extra votes
fur "Clubs of rive-' new yearly auu
.ncriptlous will cloaa.
Irrigation conteata have been eon.
ducted In the aat by different publi
cation In Clarkamaa County, but nev
,r ha ue met with the support of
the iriirrsl public aa tha one now
being conducted by The Entarprlae.
The nmlla received dally from every
MHtlon of the county aa well aa thoae
of Oregon City contain the namea of
prin who until up to tha preaent
time slwsys aubacrlbed for I'ortland
papers, but the randldatea who are
working with a determined effort lor
ihe l.20 In prltra) that la b"lng of
fered are converting -them daily and
It i a aafe prediction that tha In
creased circulation of The Enterprise
that wUf be obtained before the close
of the preaent content will tiara sur
passed the fondeat eipectatlon of Ihel
A Word ta tha Candidates.
Hut one day mora ramalna until
the close of the extra vote offer of
Irt.fwO extra votea for "clubs of five"
new aubacrlptiona to tha Dally En
terprise, and 5 .000 extra votes fur
"clubs of five' to the Weekly Enter
nrise and It la expected that a per
fect avalanche of votea will he caal
n the next ft houra. Where will
roar name appear on tha Hat Tues
lay? Thlt la a vital question to con
sider at thla particular time. If your
friend who have been landing their
uppnrt during the aat three weeka
think your chancea are aa good aa
(he of your com pet I lore tbey will
Mill continue to bo aa loyal aa over,
hut If when the Hat published next
Tueiday shows you to appear hope
less loser they will naturally transfer
their assistance to ono who looks a
winner. There la plenty of time In
the next 14 houra to secure ono or
two "clubs of five" and that means
30.00(1 votea In addition to what you
have already published which wll
raise your preaent total to poaslbly
,wx or BO.OOO votea. which would
satisfy the most skeptical that your
chanres to have your name announced
wtih the winners were equally aa good
s any. REMEMBER thla offer POSI
TIVELY closes Monday at 6 o'clock.
Candldatea who reside out of town
must have subscriptions mailed be
fore that hour ao tho post mark will
show the date and hour of mailing.
Best Offer of Contest.
Aa announced In prevloua Issues
of The Enterprise the offer of extra
voles now In effect will bo the beat
of the entire contest, ao don't bo mis-
lea ty raise rumora that you may near
regarding offers of ovtra votes that
may he launched In tha future.
nip this oaracranh and "Din It on
the wall." if The Enterprlaa makea
BETTER offer of extra votea be
tween now and the close of tho con
test, a (Jrand Upright Kimball piano
ni be awarded every candidate in
the race. Thla la proof positive that
NOW la Ihn beat tlmo to make tho
next f every moment. If you have
friends who promised to assist you
later, hnve them DO IT NOW when
uliscrlptlona count tbo moat.-
t is understood that savers! candi
dates are holdlna votea in reaervo to
pring at the last minute. These
ballots are factora that must be reck
oned with. They way decide the con-
is assy tailing for you In Straw
I'''!?11 "oHqm Shlrta. Thla weak
m.. . L 8AV'NQ In Shlrta and Straw
I," Nothing raservadl A broad
range of styles. A kr.rf .
14 "d $3 Hate at 2.35
1-50 to $2.50 Shlrta . ', ......... .$1.15
thJhi Word ,n clothing Just now Is
fourth" 8y,Um cloth. reduced one-
Not Like Others.
6th and Main Sta.
I . cf2?C , , I -nf.V V rIlfri a?ES I
8Y REBEKAH LODGE
INITIATORY PLOOR WORK OP Of-
PICERS ONE OP IMPRES
One of the moat enthusiastic and
enjoyable meetings ever held by the
tteoeaan uoage or thla city, was held
on Friday evening at tho I. O. O. P.
Hall, when alxty members of Acme
Lodge, No. 11. of Portland, and twenty
members from tbo tiladsloue order,
came here on a special car. Ono of
the feature of the ovenlng was the
impressive Initiatory floor work by
the following: Mrs. Viola Godfrey,
noble grand; Mrs. Elisabeth Flnne
gan. vice-grand; Miss Ada Ie1 well,
past noble grand; Mra. Mary Bradley,
chaplain; Mlsa Anna Wllebart, con
ductor; Mra. Mlnda Church, warden;
Mrs. Rachel Scripture, recording sec
retary; Mra. Jeanetto Scott, financial
aecretary; Mlaa Myra Oaborn, right
supporter of noble grand; Mlaa Anna
Fisher, left supporter of noble grand:
Mra. Harsh Miles, right supporter of
vice-grand; Mra. Clara Jack, left sup
porter of vice-grand; Mra. lienors
Cooke, Mra. Flora Morrla, Mra. May
Falrclough, Mlsa Mary Rcolt, bannor
bearers; Mlaa Delia Uattley. Mra. Eva
lclghton, color bearers; Mra. Addle
Ely and Mra. Martha Hunter, altar
supporters; Mrs. Jamea 8hannon. In
aide guardian; Mrs. Callahan and J.
J. Cooke, mualclana. Miss Lulu Miller,
of this city, waa Initiated.
After th business of the order waa
transacted tho remainder of tho eve
ning waa devoted to social time, and
delicious refreshments' were nerved
by tho local order. The decorations
of the I. O. O. F. hall were very at
tractive, a profusion of flowers be
Shirt Waist Party Planned.
Fred Hogg and John Buacb, of this
city, will give a shirt waist party at
the Dusch Hall on Saturday night,
August 6. Parsons' orchestra of Port
land, kas been engaged to furnish tbo
music. Tho shirt waist party recent
ly given by Frank Busch. Jr., and Mr.
Hogg was a moat delightful affair, and
the ono to be given on next Saturday
promises to bo just aa enjoyable. I
STANDING OF CANDIDATES IN CONTEST
MISS MYRTLE CROSS.
MISS ALLIE WARE
MISS LENA 8TORY
MRS. E. F. ZIMMERMAN
MISS TILLIE MEYERS
MISS EVA KENT
MISS ELLA WHITE
MISS ROSE JUSTIN
MISS LILLY LONO
MISS ROSE MILLER.
MISS ANNA WOODARD
MISS EVA ALLDREDQB
CAN""DATE8 IN DISTRICT NO. 2.
MISS JENNIE DIX 4 Mullno 8780
MISS ELLEN MOEHNKE .Shubel ....1(1562
MRS. M. T. MACK Canby ....,. .23204
MISS ADA LAKIN Mllwaukle 93fi5
MISS FAY BATDORF West Oregon City 6437
MISS EDNA HUTCHINSON Canby 7521
MISS MILDRED REAM Willamette 20935
MISS ADA CARES Sandy 2525
MISS I J I. LI AN HOLMES Sandy 12201
MISS NORA KIMnERLY Boring 2508
MRS. JULIA HOLT . . . Ofk drove 76.18
MISS INEZ KNOX.... i Boring 2920
MISS EIJIE 8HOENBORN Cam ., 84(!0
MISS ETHEL CLOSNER Sprlngwater HfiBO
MIS8 DLODWEN THOMAS Baver Creek f.37476
MISS MAY JOHNSON Clackamas 8(170
MISS ETHEL DB HOK v.. Willamette 6342
MISS ANNIE GARDINER Meldrum 12.170
MISS HELEN SMITH Csnemnh 54808
MISS HELEN RABICK Stafford .'....18021
MRS. DELIA ROBERTS Innnlngi Lodge 2525
MISS ItOXY COLE Molslla 2S01
MISS VERNA MEAD ..Gladstone 26090
MISS HAZEL HUNOATR.
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KOESTNER AND HALLA PITCH
REMARKABLE BALL GAME
GOES 11 INNINGS.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., July 29.
(Special) It took eleven Innlnga to
do It, but Portland go a drubbing to
day at tho hands of tho lowly Angels.
Il waa ft battle royal and tho Beavera
were outroyaled. Neither team made
a mlsplajr and Kuaatne and H alia only
allowed five hits each. Notwllbstand
Ing Portland lost there la still some
balm In Dllead for McCredle's men
and If they play all tho tlmo like tbey
did today they 11 win tbe bunting un
der a pull.
The results Saturday follow;
Pacific Coast League Loo Angelea
1, Portland 0; Sacramento I, Vernon
J; Oakland 3, San Francisco I.
Northwestern League Portland -6
Vancouver 0; Tacoma 7. Spokane 0;
Victoria 13. Seattle S.
American League Philadelphia 11,
Detroit 3; Washington 7. Cleveland 1;
Chicago 10. New York t; Boston 6-4.
St. Louis 0-5.
National league Pittsburg 17-10,
Boston z-Z; Brooklyn 9. Cincinnati 2;
Philadelphia 4. Chicago 3; New York
8, 8t. Louis 0.
W L. PC
Portland 64 47 .576
Vernon 64 55 .638
Oakland 65 58 .528
San Francisco ...... B 61 .492
Sacramento 66 61 .479
U Angeles 47 . 73 .392
W. L. P.C.
Vancouver 63 41 .606
Tacoma 69 44 .673
Spokane .... ....... 68 46 .658
Seattle 62 49 .515
I'ortland 48 63 .675
Victoria 28 75 .272
DISTRICT NO 1.
Oregon City 12275
Oregon City 10751
Oregon City 13730
Oregon ICty 11220
Oregon City ; 15BBO
Oregon ICty mo8
Oregon CHy 3526
Oregon City 6546
Oregon City g5f,8
Oregon City 4912
Oregon City 3936
Oregon City .10340
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CONCERT BRINGS OLD
SIMON MfcC DONALD MEETS MEN
WITH WHOM HE WORKED
Simon MacDonald. the Seventh
street fish, man, attended tho Scotch
concert maay night and later waa
talking with, ft friend when bo noticed
couple of strangera who appeared
to him to be 8001s s well aa himaelf.
Speaking to, ala friend In Gaelic, Mr.
MacDonald iept bis eyes on tha stran
gers who. look the bait and soon drew
near to Vln in the' conversation. It
being seldom that Gaelic of tho genu
ine triple brand la heard In thla coun
After talking for a time and com
paring notes Mr. MacDonald identified
tho atrangers aa brothers named Mc-
Sween with whom be had worked at
Peolewo In tho north of Scotland.
These old friends are tho first ac
quaintances from tho old country that
Mr. MacDonald has met in thla coun
try In three yeara.
Tho brothers McSween left. Scot
land about Ave yeara .ago and Mao
Donald arrived in Canada about aix
years sgo. He has been homo several
times since then, however.
VEREIN TO GIVE BIG
PICNIC AUGUST 13
The German Vereln 8oclety of thli
city will hold a picnic at the Schnorr
Park at Willamette on Sunday, Aug
ust 13. Thla will bo ono .of the larg
est events of tho season', and tho
lodgea of Salem, Eugene, Portland,
Macksburg, and many other cities
will bo extended an Invitation to at
tend. The picnic will be an all day
one and program consisting of musi
cal selections by members of tho
Turn Vereln of Portland, Salem, and
this city will be given.
The committee having charge of
tho affair Is composed of H. W. 8tre
big. L A. Nobel, August Schnoor.
general arrangements reception,
Frank Busch. Sr., Rudolph Seller,
Chris Hartman. D. M. Klemsen and
Richard Pctxold; floor committee,
ALLEGED HORSE THIEF
A warrant waa Issued Saturday
night for Edward Zellers, of Portland
who Is accused of hiring a horse and
buggy from Hodge's livery stable, ftnd
not returning them. Zellers is said
to have driven td" Portland where,
according to tho police, he tried to
sell the outfit. Deputy Sheriff Miles
went to Portland and recovered tho
horse and buggy, but as tho warrant
had not been Issued at that tlmo, ho
could not arrest Zellers. Tho warrant
will bo served today. Zellers Is said
to have told the I liveryman when be
got the horse and buggy that ho de
sired to drive to Oswego. .
MRS. THOMPSON ENTERTAINS.
Delightful Tea Is Given at Sellwood
Mrs. D. C. Thompson, of Portland,
was hostess of ft tea given on Friday
xfternoon at the Oolf Links, Sellwood,
In honor of Mrs. 8. D. Pope, who Is
a guest of Mrs. V. E. Pratt and Miss
Barclay In this city. The tea was
most enjoyable one. Tho tables were
on the veranda overlooking tho Willa
mette river. Tbo decorations were of
Those present were Mrs. D. P.
Thompson, Mrs. Nichols, Mrs. D
Arcy, Mrs. M. O. Moore, of Portland;.
Mrs. W. E. Pratt, Miss Katlo Barclay,
Mrs. Henry Meldrum, Mrs. H. L,
Kelly, of Oregon City; Mrs. 8. D.
Pope, of Victoria. II. C.
LAWYER SAYS- fHAT 18 WHV
"OREGON SYSTEM" IS BECOM
ING SO POPULAR.
BRITISH GET QUICKER RESULTS
Oregon City Man Speaka On Initiative
and Referendum at Banquet
Given to Socialists In
SEATTLE, WaahH July 29. (Spec
ial). In a speech hero tonight on tho
Initiative and referendum, W. 8.
U'Ren declared tbat tbo American
system of government Is controled by
ft small . minority Instead of br a
plurality of tho voters. The speech
waa delivered at the referendum dln-
nernrhonor-Tf-8tdne-y and " Beatrice
Webb, of London, the celebrated writ
ers snd lecturers. Mr. and Mra. Webb
and C. E. 8. Wood, or Portland, also
spoke. Mr. Webb Is an associate of
William Morris and Bernard Shaw In
tho Fabian Society, and is an Influen
tial member of London's Central Body
Council. Ho and hla wife aro lead
ing authorities on Socialism, co-op
eration, municipal government and
trades unionism In Great Britain.
Mr. U'Ren spoke in part aa follows:
This dinner seems to be sort of an
International gathering to discuss
some phases of tbe Initiative and
referendum and the reasons why a
free people should want that 'power.
In doing thla it ia fitting that wo
should consider tho difference be
tween what ia called self-government
in Great Britain and what paaaea for
American selr government.
Perhaps the most striking differ
ence at first glance is the results ob
tained by 'the people under tho Brit
ish system within tbo past ninety
yeara aa compared with what the
Americana have been able to get in
the same period. About ninety yeara
ago the Americana began agitating
for change in tbe natonal constitu
tion that would allow the people to
elect their United States senators.
Tho agitation atill continue, within
tho past month such an amendment
passed tho Senate for the first time,
but tho two Houses aro not agreed
on Ita form and therefore the amend
ment la not yet aubmitteu to tho
House of Lords Powerless.
Hardly more than a year ago tho
British House of Lords refused to ap
prove a bill that provided for ft be
ginning of the single tax on land
values, though It waa ft very small
beginning in ft very smsll wsy. Tho
Lords refused to do this, until after
tho people elected a new House of
Commons. Tho chief Issue In the
campaign being shall the Lords be
deprived of their power to reject a
bill passed by tho House of Commons?
Today the House of Lords is practi
cally without power to prevent any
bill paused by tbe peoples' representa
tives from being law.
. During the time the Americana have
been agitating for power to elect their
United Statea aenators the British
have abolished ft rotten borough sys
tem for electing members of Parlia
ment; and the system waa worse, if
that bo possible, than the American
'Legislature auction block" system
of selling seats in tbe United Slates
Abolished tho corn laws ftnd "Pro
tection for infant Industries" aa ft
theory of government ftnd removed
more restrictions on foreign trade
than any other great nation.
Dis-establlahed tho church In Ire
Repealed by statute ft decision of
the courts which would hsvo destroy
ed tho right of employees to organise
and atrlke, being tho same thing: in
substance aa government by injunc
tion in the United States-
Made an effective employera liabil
ity and workmana compensation act
Reformed tbo courts .ana judicial
Made a national old age pension
Adopted the Pllmsoll mark for pro
tection of aallors lives from excessive
loading on ocean-going Teasels.
British Quicker to Act.
Tho British not only have parcels
post rlghta at homo but also In tho
United Btates. , Tho Americans have
not. The British and the Amerlcaas
wanted government telegraphs a long
tlmo ago. The British have them.
, Tbo British wanted to abolish tho
corrupt use of money In tbe election
of members of Parliament. Parlia
ment passed tho act, and since then
some members of Parliaent have loet
their seats after election, for "spend
ing Ave shillings In their campaign
contrary to. tb Corrupt Practices
Law. How much must ft United 8tates
senator spend In his campaign con
trary to law, before he loses his seatT
Ask Lorlmer of Illinois, or Stephenson
But this will do for tho contrast.
Now let us see why this Is so, and
we will begin with tho British. Both
the British and American govern
ments aro built on a aystem of checks
and balances. Tho British system
makea one politician check another
and the people more than balance all
the politicians. The American sys
tem checks tbe Senate against tho
House and President, and tho Su
premo Court, ft good deal more than
balances all of them. Including to
Both systems are supposed to bo
government by political parties, and
tho British Bystem Is. One election
for members of Parliament, or two
at the most, always decided an Issue
and the decision la almost as direct
and final as a' referendum vote by the
people In Oregon on ft state law. One
or the other of the great political par
ties Is alwaye In control of all thai
law-aklng power of tho British govern
ment, and la responsible for results.
"(Continued ou Psge 3.)
GRAVE DANCER THAT CAPITAL
HIGHWAY WILL NOT PASS
THROUGH OREGON CfTY.
RESIDENTS HERE SLOW TO OFFER AID
Members of Commission Traversa
Both Routes and Postpone Mak
ing Decision Favoritism
Not to bo Shown.
Tbo residents of Oregon City and
the East Side of tho Willamette River
In tho county had better bestir them
selves U they want tho proposed Cap
ital Highway between Portland and
S&lem to traverse this territory. There
Is no certainty that tbe commission
will decide to locate tbo boulevard on
tbla aide, and,-ia-fact at this time.
tne other side baa much In Its favor.
Tbe residents there have offered to
subscribe liberally to tbo fund for
building tbo thoroughfare, while vir
tually nothing In thla lino has been
done by the people living on the East
George F. Roger and C. T. PralL
members of tbo commission. lasDect-
ed the proposed routes on 'the East
and West side Saturday. Tbey were
accompanied by Frank C. Riggs, who,
naa aonaioa ino use or nis ouiomoolle
ic th preliminary work. They wont
rrora Portland to Salem over tbo West
Bide route and made tho return trip
over the proposed rout on this side.
Grant B. Dimlck. another member of
tho commission, because of other bus!
ness. could not be a member of tho
West Side People Active.
Messrs, Prall and Rogers were seen
by a Morning Enterprise reporter aa
they passed through Oregon City upon
their return to Portland. "Tho trip
has been a fine one, said Mr. Rog
era. ' "snd no matter which route Is
selected tho road will bo ft credit to
the atate. . Our speedomter showed
tho West Bide route to bo (5 1-10
miles and the route on thla side 52.
Tho people on tho West Side aro
working hard for tho boulevard and
have promised substantial financial
aid. - The commission will bo largely
Influenced in Its selection of ft route
by the "money -offered" by The counttes
Tho commissioners decided to post
pone final decision as to the route
until all members could bo present
The decision probably will bo made
Convict Isbor will be tho chief fac
tor In building thla Important high
way. Governor West will lend the
services of from 150 to 180 convicts
to the authorities of tho various coun
ties the road croeses, but tho com
munities benefitted aro expected to
furnish materials, supplies, machin
ery, etc. There will bo no direct ex
pense of building tbo road borne by
To Be Trunk Highway.
The benefit to the Northern Willa
mette Valley from this road will be
great, ft will provide ft good trunk
highway north and south that will bo
a model In road construction. '. and
from It lateral roads will branch, serv
ing tne various communities between
this city and Salem.
Tho commissioners who traveled
the roads running In the desired di
rections to find tho most practica
ble route for tho highway will recom
mend tho best road for the proposed
Improvement, regardless of tho In
terests of any' section. Tho towns
along tho way aro expected to come
to the front ftnd aid In every way tho
accomplishment . of this permanent
MAN 92 STARTS Oil
LONG RAILROAD TRIP
J. J. Burgess, of Glsdstono, left on
Thursday evening via. the North
Coast Limited for Butte. Mon., where
he will visit his grandson, Ralph Par
ker, formerly of , Gladstone. After
visiting there for several weeks Mr.
Burgess will go East, where he will
spend three months with his daugh
ter, Mrs. M. Whltcomb, of Minnea
polis, Minn. Mr. Burgess is the fath
er of Mra. A. F. Parker, of Gladstone.
He Is ninety-two years of age. He Is
enjoying the best of health, and was
delighted with tho prospect of his
Eastern trip. He came to Oregon
nineteen yeara ago, and this Is his
fifth trip East since that tlma.
WOOL POOL SELLS OUT
TO OREGON CITY FIRM
Mrs. C. E. Stewart, Davy Jones,
tohn H. Lewis and Thomas Davis, of
Beaver Creek, who with other resi
dents of that section, pooled their
wool crop this season, brought large
quantities of wool to tbe city Sat
urday which they sold to the Oregon
Commission Company. This company
has contracted tor the entire pool and
already has received more than 1.700
pounds. Tho heads of tho pool were
visited by representatives of various
houses In Portland, and several of the
growers called on the Portland firms,
but the prices offerc-d hero were high
er than those received from any other
Are you ft subscriber to tho Morn
ing Enterprise T If not you should call
and let us put your name on tho suit
scrlptlon list Immediately.
MARY GERTRUDE ILG WORRIED
OVER BLEMISHES CAUSED
BY "BEAUTY DOCTOR."
' l' If .
THEORY IS REJECTED BY Of
Detectives Declare There Is Nothing
To Confirm Belief That Girl Was)
Slain Physician Is
;' . Indignant.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 29. That
Mary Gertrude Ilg committed aolcld
because ner face waa marred by su
perficial blemishes that preyed oa bar
mind Is the theory now held to Ac
count for tho strange disappear an est
of the girl whose body waa found la
tho ocean, near hero.
The parents and brothers of
girl refuse to admit tbeir belief that
she committed suicide. They base tko
refusal on their knowledge of their
daughter and sister, saying that abo
waa temperamentally Incapable of
committing suicide. . At tho Bamo
time they admit that she waa alwaya
cheery In expression and demeanor,
no matter what aho might bo secretly
Tho occurrence has started a wavo
of public sentiment against "beauty
doctors." Tho detectives who were
detailed on tho case refuse to enter
tan tho family's belief that aha waa
murdered. The absence of her ring
and purse they attribute to tho ac
tion of the waves and can aeon o evi
dence, of robbery in their loss.
A report waa made to tho police
tbat an Insane man had been wander
ing about on the west side of the
river Friday night Jamea Shaw," of
Bolton, telephoned in that he had a
crazy man ia hla barn. Deputy SherlftT
Miles went out bat when he arrived .
at Shaw's, his quarry had escaped. Af
ter bunting for about an boar, the
quest was given up. A close watch
was maintained for the man.
Several persona residing in the vic
inity of Willamette saw a reported
wild man," supposedly tho time fel
low aa tbe Bolton people saw. ,
TWO COUPLES ARE MARRIED.
8. P. Davis Officiate In Aboonoo of
. . tho Rev. Hayworth.
The Rev. S. P. Davla, on Saturday,
In tbe abaence of tho pastor, the Rev.
Hayworth, married two couples In the
Baptist parsonage. They were Orace
Walton and Roy Stein aad Ollne Car
lisle and Claire UlshoeffeL
Oregon City Fair, westerly
Oregon Fair, westerly winds.
QUESTION NO. 4
Is The In
Wholly for good, subject only
to tho imperfections and limita
tions of human nature,
Tho following Is from an edi
torial -In Tha Oregonlan, July
27th: "In our opinion the mov
ing picture shows will prove by
and by to bo powerful educators
of the public." '
Today's Show at
COURAGE OP SORTS (Extra
DAD'S BOY. 1
HIS LEAP FOR LIFE.
JIGGERS BUYS A WATCH.