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f LLflH" Morning
L".,rtM will relvd for
Ky t Mmkod Hm at apodal
.ti your orf ,0d,y
Th only daily mw)I)I bs 4-
twn Portland and Salami a4re
lts In vry Motion of Clak
ma County, with a populattoji f
10,000. Art you an advert-!
OREGON CITY, OREGON. TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1911.
Per Week, 10 Cevtb
ON THE NATIONAL PUTTING GREEN.
FARMER TO ATOMS
HE LOOTS BAflil
CAST IN BIG RACE
Candidates and Public
Fever Heat Excitement, and Hundreds
of Thousands of Ballots are
. Dropped Into the Box
IF THE CONTEST WERE TO CLOSE TODAY THE FOLLOWINQ
NOIOATCS WOULD. IK ANNOUNCED WINNERS!
DISTRICT NO. 1.
SS TILLIE MEYERS
At LENA STORY...
IS IVA KENT..........
w,, I F. IlMn,.
S MYRTLE CRUl.....
DISTRICT NO. 2.
JS HELEN SMITH...
i ETHEL CLOSNER
S MILDRED REAM
SI BLODWCN THOMAS
river three hundred thousand vol
Lred tut" tha conlost department
irdy in an unbroken atroam. It
t.i.d though tho candldate-
L fli( to explode with wild en-
.laim. They strained vry effort
cllpae tin lotd of th olnar. and
iv voles that candidates had treas-
and expected to poll on lha' lam
to forced Into tha ballot boi
lirdy. II lha result of the
lliemenl lhat th big conloat la
mini everywhere throughout I lack-
kllM Helen Smith sprung tha big-
kt turprlse lnr lha alart of tha
.mil which promises to alart
rlwlnd of excitement and a battle
iil nvcr hefor hoard of in Ora-
Whrn tho Itallot bus waa opened
volnc for lha count and ihe
Ion iUh1 It look but a glanc
thf ihlrknoaa of bar alack of bal-
L to w that Mlaa Smith had ft rod
holley of vote. Tha Contoal Edl-
L wina-raliilalaa Vliu UIMin thla OX-
lint hiiliig. Mls Hmlth. and at
k Hin time wunoa 10 warn you
k( jruti will hava plenty of company
ror tsepieinner I. anu overy nuui
th II m hetwoen now and tha cloao
ihu mnim mill Kiva la Itm made
rot. If you hou,to hold your poal
n In the front ranka.
hr Good Advanoaa.
kiln Eihfl Closner, of Hprlngwater,
UmA ti.iarlv r.r.iuui .nil no holds
fond ponltlon In District No. 3.
, rioxnrr haa a hoat or mooaa
i proinlH to stick to It until lha
II ill.lrA,l VI' 1 1 lumIU
fnimm ..iiimt-i. iraui. w .... .
ued over 45iioo votes alrvra tha
i count and ateaany increasing
Ir total. Ml Hoara la ona of tba
at iMinuUr anil raUhfill workora In
t morry campaign. Tha confidence
r Mm, I. kuva In linr OhllltV tO
hni duwn Ihe llrand I'prlaht Kim-
i piano ia airengtnenini uj 117
Mm. M T. Mack. MIm Elln
lodarn Thorn, Mlaa Helen Rab
fk and Ml Annie Gardiner nd
Cior raiidlilatoa In piatrlcl NO. z an
iv inpir rrii'ixia to iook 10, ana in
'rum. of lha rnnlail haa evorv aa-
i-t of a (ltcldmlly cloae flnlah.
Thpra hu. I.ajtn ttr. mnA of aua-
us In Dlatrlct No. 1 and anxiety
kiiik O.o randldatea to kifow Juat
t.r ll,d.v Himul V. . . I t.n w thai I h
ln tin Ix-rn aomewhat lifted and
y p-aiixe that tbeir cnancea
nkul V. I I m Dual w ablrm.
W " ' mm iivi iniiuvi "
h I liKtkod fny between now and
H ninHb. juat how long Mlaa 111110
vr will iw.l.l har ttfialtton la hard
maV 1 1 ... . I. . Uam .fimlmtllnrl.
1 -raj 111111 in ur w lii .'..---
Thp conioNt Kdltor hi cauiloned
'i iimo Hnrt asaln during ine p.
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a wpckh noi to be aauanea wuu
H rpHprva that mi hava. but to
fp p-rtlHiiitly at otaottlng every
ur or 1 no any until ine iai oi-
i ciiHt on (Saturday nigni, upiom
1 Hut there la ample time yet to add
jrour renorve tnp corneal own "
until four 'Weeka from Saturday
eM, hiuI many a content baa been
n In a week.
s"'t B Too Confidant.
Von all have leen working pretty
ird during the paat three weeka.
"d you have all been putting about
npiai amount or time ana ""
I'o the work of aubacrlptlon getting,
m rfnuii la tnai you an
Kn ...... . .. I V. nnlhttl1.
in n ijr rvrii wnii utifl
So don't Im too confident, and don't
'y for a alngle minute on the re-
( .fi .mi. mm you nave im v
ill ...... . 1. . . , .l..Aa. r t Qnn.
Imber 2. You may have lota of votea
1 r"KPrve, nut now anoui your mm
Hltora? Perhapa you haven't got
if bf lit of any of them becauae they
ive htn putting In their ahara of
Thni'a the reason you have got to
lAn .. .1-. . 1 . A Amm 1 naf
"l I' niniisiliiy jiv IV n. vmj
iw mcBii. Ihil tin,, iva dronDd
.... ....n 1 1 1 I. J w I, . '
"wn the llHt Juat a point or two, be-
wnne you are laiing you
"t bet that your competltora are
"onng m tne votea.
Now if y0 nttva not aa many votea
i tha 1..A..M . i . .11 vA tnnra
f-M iT-nnr mat ia an.
on why you ahould proceed to
Opt bnav. lti tha arrant on the
on can get a pretty good idea
ry day by tha vote Hat what youf
HI DPI 1 1 lira aa rfnlnv ami ln 100
f'w what you hava been doing.
I Tf ii 1. 1 .a.a it. haII anil
I- J"u n'" "HllBliail, mail wa.
"'d; only dorl t be aatiafted, becauae
r-ro are othera that will try 10 oeai
hi before 10 p. m Saturday, Septem
Reach the Point of
DIES OF PARALYSIS
FORMER OREGON CITY MAN REA
LIZES AMBITION TO SEE
The funeral of William Roblnaon.
who conducted the Fair In Ihe Willa
mette building for a number of yeara.
waa held Monday morning In Tort
land, where he had been engaged In
bualnea. Mr. Itoblnaon had been lu
of paralyala alnce early In the apring.
Ilia friend aay that the only thing
that buoyed blni up waa bla ambition
to aee hla only aon, Cbarlee.W. Hob
Inaon. Onlah bla courae In the State
I'tilvemlly. and the aatlifactlon of
hearing of the young man'a aucceaeee
In varloua oratorical and atudent ac
llvltlea. Ilia aon waa graduated about
a month ago.
- William Koblneofl waa about 60
yeara old at hla death. He waa born
In Poland, and came to America when
young. He apent aeveral yeara In
Mexico, before finally rhooalng tha
t'nlted Rlatea for hla home. He came
to Oregon C'lty In 1M0. Dealda hla
aon, Charlie, he la aurvlved by hla
wife, Iteanle Roblnaon.
Mr. Roblnaon waa a man of excep
tional arholarly glfta and waa eapec
Ully well acquainted with Hebrew lit
erature. He waa regarded by many
aa being one of the beat lay author!
ilea on the Talmud In the United
Ida aon waa In Aatorla when bla
death occurred, but waa notified Im
mediately and hurried home.
POINTS FINGER AT
THIEF; THINKS IT GUN
Don Meldrum, of Twelfth and Wash
ington atreeta. waa awakened early
Monday morning by a peculiar noise.
Looking Into the street he saw a man
helping himself to boards, which are
used In the construction of the street
by a firm of contracture. Mr. Meldrum
did not have a pistol or a gun, but he
decided lhat he would take hla
chances with the thief. So he ran
Into Ihe atreet and pointing hla fin
ger at the man told him to leave in
a hurry or he would ahoot The man
lost no time In getting away.
STANDING OE CANDIDATES IN CONTEST
MISS MYRTLE CROSS. .
MISS ALUS WARE
MISS LENA 8TORY
MRS. E. F. KIM MERMAN, j . .
MISS TILLIR MKYERS.,
MISS EVA KENT
MI88 ELLA WHITE
MIS8 ROSB JUSTIN
MISS LILLY LONG
MISS ROSE! MILLER
MISS ANNA WOODARD
MISS KVA ALLPREDGB
MISS NELLIE GRIMM
CAh' "'.'DATES IN
MISS JENNIE DIX
MISS ELLEN MOEHNKE
MRS. M. T. MACK.
MISS ADA LAKIN
A MISS FAY BATDORF
MI88 EDNA I1UTCHIN80N. . .
MISS MILDRED REAM..
MISS ADA CARES
MI88 LILLIAN HOLMES
MISS NORA KIMBERLY
MRS. JUIJA HOLT i...
MISS INEZ KNOX.
MISS ELSIE SHOBNMORN. . .
MISS ETHEL CLOSNER..-...,
MISS P.LODWEN THOMAS . . .
MIS8 MAY JOHN80N
MISS ETHEL DB ROK. .......
MISS ANNIE GARDINER
MISS HELEN SMITH
MISS HELEN RAI1ICK
MRS. DELIA ROBKRT8
- MISS ROXY COLE
MISS VERNA MEAD...
MISS HAZEL HUNOATE
OPPONENTS PUT UP STRONG
FIGHT, BUT ARE DEFEAT
ED 88 TO 60.
$20,000 WATER SYSTEM PROVIDED
Certain Parte of City Will BeVaVof-
d, la Chargod Engineer at
Work on Plana and
The new Gladstone charter waa ad
opted at the election Monday. by a
vote of 88 to 60. There were 160
votea cast, but the election officers
threw out two of the ballota. The
charier provides for the Issuance, of
not more than 120,000 bonds for a
waterworks system and that, with this
exception, the lnd"btednesa of the
municipality ahall not be more than
15,000. Lewis C. Kelsey, formerly City
Engineer of Salt Lake City, and now
of Portland, haa been engaged In
drawing up the plana and a pec I ft ca
tions for several weeka.
Considerable opposition to the char
ter developed after coplea of It were
mailed to the voters. Objection waa
made to the boundaries suggeated for
Ihe city, It beln declared that they
make a three-cornered city. It la also
alleged that a suitable water aystem
cannot be Installed for $20,000, and
that certain parta of the city will be
The election waa the most exciting
on ever held In Gladstone, and the
workera against and for the charter
were at the polls early to contest
every Inch with their opponents.
Nosh Webster waa the clerk of elec
tion. Justice Mrrles Couple.
Justice of the Peace Samson mar
ried Anna Perlnger and Gilbert R.
DISTRICT NO 1.
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DISTRICT NO. 2.
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MULINO CITIZEN SURPRISED BY
FRIENDS ON SEVENTIETH
Chartes T. Howard, of Mullno,
reached the age of aeventy years laat
Friday and waa agreeably aurprlaed
by a large nunber of hla relatlvea
and friend who assembled at hla
home, wherefhe was born and reared
and helped him celebrate his three
score and ten yeara.
Mr. Howards reputation for honesty
and fair dealing la beyond reproach,
and he enjoya the good will of all
wbo have Ihe pleasure of his acquaint
ance. He waa born and grew to man
hood, and haa since resided upon the
old homestesd. on the banks of Milk
Creek, and the water from that
stream has run the old mill, that
furnished flour for the early ploneera,
and still continues to grind.
Mr. Howard haa . alwaya been a
staunch friend of the school and the
church and haa done more than hla
share In the Improvement of Clacka
mas county roads. He haa worked
for more than thirty yeara for a rail
road Into the Molalla country for the
purpose of assisting the farmer and
ttmberman, and he now haa the aat
tsfactlon of aeelng the road under
construction. The railroad la being
built aa Mr. Howard haa often aald
It could be built, by Clackamas county
capital and Clackamas county men.
Mr. Howard Is orfe of the large stock
holders In the Clackamas Southern
railway and hla valuable assistance
and good will has been highly apprec
iated by the board of directors of the
Mr. Howard has been very fortun
ate In having a good helpmate, and
haa reared a large family, and has
good reasons to be proud of his sur
roundings. Mary S. Howard, his wife
la secretary of the State Grange, and
has a wide acquaintance over the
FOR NEW SIDEWALKS
From all Indications it will be neces
sary for the City Council of Oregon
City to employ a proof-reader on the
atreeta that are being Improved. The
cement sidewalks are being construct
ed along -several streets, and on one
Is Inscribed "Washlnton"' Instead of
Washington," while on an other
block of the same street la the word
"Eight Street" Instead of "Eighth
Street." Persons living on these
streets would like to have the names
of the streets properly spelled. All
are names of the Presidents, and tf
George Waahlngton could arise from
his grave and visit a city, where his
name la mlspelled on the highways
he no doubt would demand a correc
tion at once,,
HAVE CRAWFISH PICNIC.
Large Party of Young Folk Chaper.
oned by Mra. Barn.
A crawfish plcnlo was given on the
banks of tha Tualatin river on Sun
day by aeveral of the young people
or Willamette and of thla city. Lunch
and supper were aerved, and at the
latter crawfish waa the principal dish.
At the place where the young people
held their picnic crawfish abound,
and there was a good supply for the
evening's meal. Mra. Parry Barnes
was the chaperone. Bathing waa en
Joyed during the afternoon.
Those attending were Misses Mar
tha Llesman, Walter and Ewald Lies
man, Miss Mildred Ream. Miss Tlllle
Myers, Miss Ida Myers , Edward
Busch, Frank Rotter, Thomas 8lnnott,
Miss Lticy Rice, Edward Burdlne.
Mlaa Ida Burdlne, John and Emery
Ream, Mla Ina Btory, Miss Luolle
Rlckabaugh, Mlaa Clara Rotter, Ollle
Johnson and Melvln Young.
CHARLES T. HOWARD
WORK STARTS TO
MEETING OF COMMERCIAL BOD
IES TO BE HELD HERE
GOVERNOR EXPECTED TO ATTEND
Club Urgoe Prompt Action to Prevent
Capital Highway From Being
Located on Waet Side
The Commercial Club at a meeting
Monday afternoon Issued a call for a
meeting of the leading commercial or
ganizations of the county next Tues
day afternoon to take action toward
having the Capitol Highway traverse
the eaatern aide of the river. The
meeting will be held at the Commer
cial Club headquarters In thla city.
Following la a copy -of a letter mailed
by Secretary Latourette to the var
ious commercial bodies.
"A representation Is Invited from
your good city to be present at a
Joint meeting of all delegates repre
senting the aeveral towns along the
proposed "Eaat Side Route of the Cap
itol Highway, from Salem to Portland.
"The meeting will be held In Ore
gon City at the hour of 1:30 o'clock
p. m., on Tuesday, August 8, 1911.
"The purpose of the meeting la to
organ lie the East side people with
the end In view of securing the build
ing of that Important highway on
the East Side of the Willamette river.
"The towns along the West Side
route are organizing, and are making
every effort to secure the highway,
and It is up to us. who inhabit the
West 8lde to get busy.
"The West Side towns are securing
donations and are building a large
fund with which to aid In the con
struction of the highway, ahould they
"If built on the Eaat Side of the
Willamette river, that highway will
mean a great deal to you. We are
of the opinion that It win be the first
link to the proposed great 'PaclOc
Highway' from Vancouver, B. C, to
"Governor West and the Capital
Highway Commission are expected to
"We want your support In this
movement, and humbly auk that your
club and city send a large delega
tion to thla mectlnju- .
"Kindly send ns a list of the dele
gates." , Letters were sent to the following:
Srtllwood Board of Trade, Mllwaukle
Commercial Club, Oak Grove Com
mercial Club, Jennings Lodge Com
munity Club, Gladstone Commercial
Club, Commercial Club of Oregon
City. New Era Community Club, Can
by Commercial Club, Barlow Commer
cial Club, Aurora Commercial Club,
Hubbard Commercial Club, Wood burn
Commercial Club, Gervaa Commercial
Club, Brooks Comerclal Club, Salem
Commercial Club, Molalla Commercial
Club, Oregon Good Roads Association,
Portland Automobile Club.
BRIDGE PARTY PLEASES.
Mr, an i Mr. W. M. Robinson Enter
tain n Honor of Friend.
Mr. and Mra. W. M. Robinson, of
the West Side, Invited a few of their
friends to their pretty country home
on Friday evening to play bridge.
The party was given In honor of their
friends, Mrs. Fred, McKlnley and Miss
Nell Younger, of Portland, who have
been spending a few days of their va
cation at the Robinson home. Re
freshments were served. Cakewalks
and other stunts were among the fea
ture of the evening.
ELKS TO CONSIDER SITES.
The Elks, at a meeting Friday night,
will consider sltea for the proposed
new home. All members of the lodge
are urged to be present.
WALTER a CROOKER KILLED BY
POWDER IGNITED BY SPARK
WIFE, TOLD Of ACCIDENT. FK1NTS
Explosive Obtained to Deepen Spring
In Front of Homo One Charge
Set Victim Promin
ent In Lodge.
Walter O. Crook er, a farmer of
Maple Lane, waa Instantly killed by
an explosion of giant powder, which
is thought to have been aiacnarged ty
a spark from hla pipe Monday after
noon at hla borne. The body waa so
badly mutilated and torn that it took
Coroner Wilson morcThannn hour to
gather up the fragment.
Mr. Crooker, who moved to Maple
Lane from Portland about a year ago,
obtained three sticks of the powder
to deepen the spring In front of his
home He had placed one. stick In
the spring and had gone to an out
house to get the other two when the
explosion occurred. He waa struck
by the full force of the explosion,
which did little damage to the build
ing. Edward Erickson and A. Al
burg. wbo were paaslng In a wago.
and Mr. Griswoid, a neighbor, were
attracted. Mra. Crooker also waa at
tracted by the explosion, and when
told that ber husband waa dead faint
ed. Coroner Wilson waa Immediately
notified, and, with Dr. Norria, hasten
ed to the Crooker home. The physic
ian Boon restored Mrs. Crooker to
consciousness, but her condition Is
still regarded as serious.
The coroner, after gathering up the
fragments of the body, telephoned to
the Hoi man undertaking establish
ment and the remains were brought
to this city. The funeral arranementa
will be made today.
Mr. Crooker waa fe uatlve of Can
ada, and moved to Portland about two
yeara ago. He was prominently Iden
tified with the Multnomah Camp or
the Woodmen of the World, and had
aided In the -organization of various
lodges. Coroner Wilson also learned
that he bad a policy In a, large. Insur
ance company. Mr. Wilson found a
part of the stem or the dead man'a'
pipe, and It la believed that he waa
smoking when he entered the out
house to get the powder. MY. Crook
era habita were exemplary and he
was well liked by his neighbors. The
funeral probably will be conducted
by the Woodmen of the World.
37 DOZEN CRAWFISH
SERVED AT PARTY
MR, AND MRS. WALTER SYMES
ENTERTAIN FOR COUPLE
Mr. and Mra. Walter Symea enter
tain! a few of their friends at a
crawfish party at . their home on
Sunday afternoon and evening In hon
or of Mr. and Mra. Francia M. Brown,
who recently married, and came to
this city to live from Missoula, Mont
The crawfish supper was aerved at 6
o'clock. More than 37 doxen craw
fish were disposed of. the fish being
served in many different styles. The
evening waa devoted to vocal and In
strumental music. The house decor
ations were of marguerites and sweet
Those present were Mr. and Mra.
F. M. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. D. W.
Dillman, Mr. and Mra. C. F. Cook, of
San Frinclsco; Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Henningsen, J. C. Cook, A. Jones, W.
F. Donnelly and Thomaa A 11 dredge.
CAUFIEID IN PARTY
-Percy Caufleld,-who left-thla city
about two weeka ago for Seattle,
where he Joined a party of mountain
climbers, members of the Young
Men's Christian Association of that
city, returned to Oregon City on Sun
day evening. He said the party had
a delightful trip.
The party left camp at the snow
line on Tuesday night at 10:30 o'clock
ofr the summit of Mount Rainier,
which is more than .14.000 feet high.
The ascent was made by night to en
able tho party to return to camp the
following evening. The mountain
climbers reached the top of Mount
Rainier on Wednesday at noon, after
a bard and tedloua climb. There
were 30 In the party when it left for
the summit, 18 of whom were suc
cessful In making the climb, the re
n.s'nder not being able to stand the
Journey. While registering at the
top of the mountain the men's hands
were so benumbed with the cold that
they could hardly write. There are
many dangerous crevasses and slides
on the mountain, but as the guides
were experienced, they guided the
party without mishap. After register
ing and taking In the sights for many
miles distant by means- of field
glasses the party started back to
camp, reaching there at 6:30 tired
Are you a subscriber to the Morn
ing Enterprise? If not you should call
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scription list Immediately.
TWO COMPANIONS ON HORSE
BACK ARE CLOSELY PUR
SUED BY POSSE,
CASHIER COVERED WITH PtSTCti
Dosoeradoee Are Followed by Men In
Automobiles 410,000 Booty .
Recovered Shot Warn
GREAT FALLS, Mont, July Si.
Three masked men robbed th First
National Bank of Harlem, at about
11:30 o'clock thla morning, but th
man who had th booty In hla posaes
alon waa killed and the money re
Th. r.lV... I
" w v. a.v wi ivuun. ac.M9U.
Posses are pursuing them and It Is
believed they will b captured.
As th three men rod up to the
bank and entered, two of them cov
ered the caahler and his assistant, the
only persons In the bank, with re
volver. The third deaperado went behind
the counter and filled a sack , with
gold and currency from the counter
and the vault, which waa open, the
total amounting to about $10,000.
One of the robbers accidentally
fired a revolver. The report brought
Marshal Taswell to th back door of
the bank. Aa he entered, on of th
robber fired at him and In turn th
Marshal fired, killing th man, who
waa Juat going out with th money. '
The other two robbers ran from th
building and mounted their horses,
rode at full apeed. Within a few min
ute two automobiles loaded with
armed men started, In pursuit. Other
posses have Joined In the chase.
The country near Harlem formerly
waa th rendezvous of the Curry '
gang of robbers and It Is conjectur
ed the bank robbers are members of
. i. .ij Mnn .
iuv viu g,aua. ,
In that event It la probable that It
will be hard to locate them ma they
are familiar with tee country and hid
ing places in the mountains.
The bom of Edward Sheahan, at
Eighth and Monroe atreeta, waa en
tered by housebreakers and ransack
ed Sunday night It is believed that
valuable silverware was stolen. Chief
of Police Shaw was notified early
Monday morning of th robbery and
mad an examination of th house.
He found that .th Intruders had open
ed and rumaged through bureau and
sideboard drawera. The screen on a
rear door had been taken off. It
la probable, however, that th house
breakers entered through a window
and then opened the door. Mra. Shea
han la spending a few weeka In the
mountalna and Mr. Sheahan has gone
to British Columbia on buainees.
CLARK GONE AGAIN;
Harry Clark, the half-breed, haa es
caped again. Chief of Police Shaw
put him to work cleaning the Council
chamber Monday morning, and dur
ing the chtefe absence Clark took hla
departure. He recently ran away
while serving a sentence of 50 daya
and when arrested by Policeman
Green showed fight. He was clubbed
Into submission, and the following;
day, when , he had become sober, he
said be was sorry for what he had
done. The police are hoping that
Clark will go ao far away that he will
never come back.
M0T0RMAN JUMPS 0EF
-CAR AND STOPS TEAM
Stopping his car almost in an an
stant, A. Rufner. a motorman for th
Portland Railway, Light ft Power
Company ahortly after noon on Mon
day, overhauled a team of runaway
horses, which had been frightened by
the car at Eleventh and Main atreeta,
and brousht them to a standstill. The
car had Just passed Eleventh atreet
coming Into the city when the horses
began to run. Realizing that they
menaced the crowds on Main street
and oaUht kill someone, Rufner slop
ed his car and started as fast aa he
could run after the team. He Jumped
on the rear end of the wagon at Tenth
street, and seizing the lines Soon
stopped th frenzied animals. Th
team belongs to H. K. Bennett. ,
Plumber Burned by Coffee.
Lloyd Keith, of Portland, waa
allghtiy burned while working In the
kitchen of the Falls Confectionary
Monday night Keith, who waa work
ing above th coffee urn, felL taking
the urn with him. Part of th hot
coffee was overturned on him.
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