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lata In vry aectlen f Clacks- V
mat County, wrth a population
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WEEKLY CNTCRPRISC ESTABLISHED I56G
OREGON CITY, OREGON, TIIUIiSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1911,
Pn Wtxx, 10 Cevt3
110AD FIGHT ON
ELECTION CALL TO
f E SANDY CITY
FOR NEW OFFER
PERPETRATED BY WAD Ac DOUGALL
IN SALEM TODAY
ARE ASKED STL
OI'fCTIVt INDUCEMENT WILL
GIVI ALL CHANCI
m should KOI waste time
i Month "tamalne In Whloh to
Garner Votaa In Exciting
. Contaat Conducted by
Wednesday waa anotbar qulat day
voting In Tb Bntorprtaa graud
iu.(. Moat f tbo caodldataa ar
Mine bark In anticipation of tb
Folal vote propoattloa mentioned In
ever. are that tba eontoatanta ar
t resting on thlr oftra, aa rral
rphone communication bat bn
ld Inquiring about tb proposed
A word to th wla la sufficient."
p constantly afiar vots wbtbar
u ara Drat or laat on tb list.- Tb
w proposition will glv aooi of
a a bit lesd and escQ contestant
an qul chanc, vn a oandl
v entering now baa a cbanc to
rpai all others If aha go after
ia with determination whn this
offer It published.
adar Mutt Worfc.
S'ow you candidal wbo ara ' In
lend Juat now don't want to alt
ik aud wait. Iwtitr kp right at
and remain at lb top. For tba
nflt of tboa wbo Inquired and H
Iter coiueatant w will My Ibat
n new offer la not going to b In
vwImi similar to Ibat of laat week,
t on that aom of you tb ona
io do the beat work for aUUd
rM will reap a harvest of vote.
(Mr It to mjt that It behoove ach
d every on of you to keep busy
your quest for vote. W will add.
wever. that thla new offer will not
ny way subtract fro pi th good
irk the leadera of today have don,
t will give all an qual chanc to
up enouich votaa to win the grand
pital prlne a $400 Kimball piano
be awarded to her dlatrlnl.
I Hav a Chanc. , ,. .
Now kri'ii thla ronatanlty In mind
fiat the bottom of the Hat aa well
thime In the lead: ther la a whole j
nth before the contest clone and
diiliiv vmir verv tioel vonr chance
b equal to li among the winner
the cIokIiik night, September Z.
me of the rnndldatea may poaatbly
ive nuii' nciier ntca man in ni
irln I Vim umcImI vnf nffir rt laat
tk, but rnmlltlone may be reverted
: in mm re.
Keen vour name aa well uu on th
It ai voti ran and aend In aubarrtn-
bnt you now hav aa aoon a con-
nlant M.itl i.ia.1 In wttk m . laa H
MI ...... .1.1 .. . " i.u . V'-'".
I of hi-nlth on th apeclal vol
r. It afforda an opportunity to
ire ynur nam far In advance of
y of your, romnetltora. providing
u work f-arneatly. W will tell
u an niM.ut it very aoon, but aeno.
ynur ftuhcrrtloii rtidjht away;
ilny, and we will let you know about
li "8eclal offer" before tb week
kT JZ doomed to vMaruier In space beoouaw
" -i 'ags.fe
BRYAN SCORED BY
DnrHinJ rA..l AimA UaM
Mls Hannah O Sullivan and Rob-
i ii. ixhikIhik. of Portland, cam to
, I f II'. J k &mn
r - ' it nmiiivBUM 111' m" '
mere thev nlitatna marrl.ca II-
ne. The ceremony waa performed
I .V Vi.il . 1 .
mr imiiimi pnraonago, ana io m
leiire (,f the paator, Rv. 8. A.
wnn, Kev. b. P. Uvi ornciaiea
ftt. Johh't Property Appraised.
W M HmllVi mil D D WnnAmimrA
lnl tn fll TfiKtt. an MT..-.a.1.tf h
tomolilie, wher thy appraiaed th
i'nrriv Hi me lata Mr, van Alien.
pi nronertv la valnahla and ther
ft aeveral helra.
QUESTION. NO. 5
THI GREATEST COURT IN
.!-W0Rl0, """OM WHICH
' N0-APMAL THI
rAJTHt BPJtAK OF DAWN."
ARRliait BURN BO AWAY."
RUN.'V-H ' T0W",
LEADER III HOUSE
UNDERWOOD CALLS NEBRASKAN
, FALSIFIER IN HEATED
DEMOCRATS APPLAUD STATEMENT
Ravlalon Not Blocked, Dclar Lea
der of Majority, Who Dnla
That H and Speaker
Are Not In Accord.
WA8H1NOTON. Aug. I. Btopplnj
frequently to permit th aound of
Democratic applaua to dl away,
Keproaentatlv Underwood, th floor
leader of tb Democratlo party, to
day delivered a acathlng reply to a
atatement attributed to William J.
llryan, accusing Underwood of an ul
terior purpoa In delaying th revis
ion of tb tariff on ateol and declar
ing that Underwood waa not In ac
cord with Speaker Clark In tariff poll- j
Underwood apok with mantfeat
watwrth. and directly accuaed th No-
Continued on pag two.
RESTS AFTER DINNER
The picnic given by" th Preabyter
lan Sunday achool at the Schnorr
Park at Willamette on Wodneaday
waa a decided aucceaa. Many women
and children wer in attendance, but
only three men wer present. They
were F. J. 8. Tooae, W. C. Green and
Joe Alldredge. Tb former, two war
obliged to operate the merry-go-round
befor th dinner waa partaken- of,
but drew the line afterward. iTfatr
were so many good tblnga to eat they
had an entirely different feeling In
the afternoon. Joe Alldredge cam to
their rescue and assisted tb young
folk, acting In th capacity of en
gineer. Ther ar many waya In
which the young peopl can find
amusement In thla Ideal park and th
resort has become a mecoa for ex
cursionist and plcknlckera.
Thoae who went from thla city left
on the .10 o'clock car from tb Weat
Sid atatlon, returning on the
o'clock car. Th teachera and par
ent of th children enjoyed th day
aa well aa the youngster, and have
decided to bold next year' picnic
at the earn place.
Thr Couples Granted Licenses.
Th following were granted mar
rlaj?e licenses on Wednesday by Coun
ty Clerk Mulvey: Nellie Bailey and
Hllmer Olaen; Molly Bird and A. O.
Wyland; Hannah O'Sulll van and Rob
ert B. Douglaaa.
STANDING OF CANDIDATES IN CONTEST
CANDIDATES IN DISTRICT NO 1.
S 0 ' f Vota.
MISS MYRTLE CROSS Oregon City 29355
M 183 ALUE WARHJ.7. v . rr. . . . r. Oregon City -rrm . .-ttt. . J8263
MISS LENA STORY Oregon City 2913S
MRS; E. F. ZIMMERMAN Oregon City .......27631
V n 1 1
...... .Oregon City
MISS TILLIB MEYERS
MISS EVA KENT
MISS ELLA WHITE Oregon City
MISS ROSE JU8TIN ....Oregon City
MISS LILLY LONO .....Oregon City
MISS ROSE MILLER ..Oregon City
MISS ANNA WOODARD Oregon City
MISS EVA ALLDREIVIB... Oregon City
MISS NELLIE GRIMM .Oregon City
CAN'DATES IN DISTRICT NO. 2.
o ' Votes.
MISS JENNIE DIX Mullno ," 8780
MISS ELLEN MOEHNKE Shuhel 43123
MRS. M. T. MACK.... Canby t... 43400
MISS ADA LAKIN Mllwaukl 9967
MISS FAY BATDORF West Oregon City ....44358
MISS EDNA HUTCHIN80N Canby v 7521
MISS MILDRED REAM Willamette ,...,68235
MI8S ADA CARES Sandy ..................... 2528
MISS LILLIAN HOLMES,. Bandy"..' .. .12201
MI8S NORA KIMBERLT ...Boring 2608
MRS. JULIA HOLT -Oak Orov 7638
MISS INEZ KNOX...;Viv Boring , 3920
MISS ELBfE 8HOENBORN Carua 19460
MISS ETHEL CLOSNER SprlngwaUr ....68761
MISS BLODWBN THOMAS ...... Beaver Crk .47476
MISS MAY JOHNSON Clackamaa ,. , 8670
MI88 ETHEL DB DOK Wllamtt 6742
MISS ANNIE GARDINER Mldrum ...87387
MISS HELEN SMITH .,....Canmah 101418
MISS HELEN RABICK. , .Stafford , 40621
MRS. DELIA ROBERTS. ......... Jnnlnga Lodg 6025
MISS ROXY COLB ........... ,MoUlla 3501
MISS VERNA MEAD...;.., Gladstone , 26163
MISS HAZEL HUNQATH .Molalla 7811
STRICKLAND, HALL AND MICH
AELS FAVOR PROTECTION
FOR HILL. '
PEOPLE DEMAND IT, THEY DECLARE
Meyer, Roak and Pop Oppoa Ap
pointment, Saying Extra Man la
Net NddAndrn and
Th City Council, at a regular meet
Ing Wedneaday night, after a tit
vote had been taken, postponed Una)
action In the matter of naming t
policeman tor th bill section of thi
city. Mayor Browne 11 said after th
meeting that he would re-appoint
Jack Front every five days, until the
council made a decision. '
Measrs. Hall, Mlchaela and Strick
land ' voted for tb appointment of
Frost aa a regular pollceman and
Messrs. Meyer, Pop and Roak voted
against the appointment. Tb Mayor
and Councilman Burke did not vot
and Messrs. Andreaen and Holman
wer absent. -'
Mr. Hall brought the question be
for tb council by asking that a
red light be Installed on tb hill to
notify the policeman when be was
wanted. The Mayor explained that
Mr. Frost had been appointed for
temporary duty subject to th action
of th council. H said that he had
mad tb appointment because of the
demand for protection on th bill,
but b did nof wish to urge anything
that, would be contrary to. the Inter
ests of the taxpayers. Dr. ' Strickland
said that heretofore he had opposed
th naming of a policeman for the
hill, but he had been converted to
the other side by numerous persons
who had called upon blm regarding
the matter. He made the motion
that Mr. Frost be appointed, and led
the debate to sustain tb motion.
Argue Against Action,
Mr. Pop explained that th two
council men who wer absent opposed
the appointment of th policeman. Mr.
Roak declared that ther had been
atobbery on the hill sine Policeman
Frost was detailed to watch that sec
tion, and he thought ther would b
almost as many crimes committed,
with a policeman patrolling th
streets as before. Th Mayor ald
that th fact crmes were committed
In territory in which there Is polio
nrotectlon I no argument against
having such protection.
Mayor Brownell aald after th
meeting that five vote In favor of
the naming of a policeman ' were
necessary for th motion to carry.
Th matter probably will be consid
ered at th next meeting when
Messrs. Holman and Andreaen ar
expected to be present
' The City Attorney was authorised
to draw up a contract with th Ore
gon Road Oiling Company for oiling
th Macadam streets, The oiling
probably will start rly next week.
Th . council has appropriated 91.000
for the work. ''
Folic Mak Record.
Chfef of polie Show reported that
BIO DELEGATION QOfNG FROM
HERE TO PLEAD EAST
KYITATO CCT FO GOYEO
Capital Highway Commission Will
Hear Argument In Favor of
. About 100 business and professional
mn .of this city will go to Salem to
night to appear befor the governor
and th Capital Highway Commission
to org that th propod capital
highway trover th atra aid of
tb Clackamaa River. Th Commer
cial Club, having InvlUd Governor
West and the member of th com
mission to attend a meeting hr In
th Interest of th movement to hav
th road on this side of the rivr, th
governor Wednesday morning auth
orised his secretary to ask that a
delegation, from this city come to
Among thos who hav premised t
go ar J. JC Hedge, M. D. Latoomt,
J. Adams, L E. Jon, H. E. Draper,
W JL DimlckV Georg C. Brownell,
E. E. Brodle, W. E. CarIL O. K Frey
tag, O. E- Hayes, W. A. HunUey, B.
T. McBaln, J. W. Moffatt, Charle F.
Noble, A. A. Pric. W. 8. Schooley,
Llvy 8tlpp. W. A. Shewman. W. 8.
UHen, W. J. Wilson, Roy O. Young.
G. L Hedges, M. J. Laselle, E. S.
Larson. Frank Busch. Sr William
8heahaa, Charles T. Tooxe, O. D. Eby,
O. C. Fields, J. Levitt. Edward T.
Fields, E. J. Dalton. Robert Beatie,
W. H. Matoon, N. BUIr and C A.
Dlgat Lav at
Th dalegatton will leav at I
o'clock In the afternoon over ' 3th
Southern Pacific and return at 1
o'clock over the Oregon Electric Fri
Tb meeting here waa scheduled for
next Tuesday afternoon at- th Com
mercial Club room. The following
board of trad hav been asked to
Sellwood Board of Trad, Milwaukle
Commercial Club. Oak Grov 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, Woodburn
Commercial, Club, Gervaa Commercial
Club, Brooks Commercial Club, Salem
Commercial Club, Molalla Commercial
Club. Oregon Good Roads Association,
Portland Automobile Club.
Danger of Losing 3oad.
That there I danger of th com
mission deciding to locate th boule
vard on the Weat Side of the river la
indicated from the following excerpt
rrom the letter of Invitation sent to
the .various clubs to have representa
tives at the meeting:.
"The purpose of the meeting is to
organise the East 8Lde people with
the end In view of securing the build
ing of that important highway on
the Eaat Side of the Willamette river.
"The town along th West Side
route are organising, and are making
every effort to secure the highway,
and it M up to us, who Inhabit the
East Stde 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, should they
"If built on the East Side of the
Willamette river, that highway will
mean a great dear to you. We are
of the opinion that It rwiH b th flrt
link to th proposed great 'Pacific
Highway' from Vancouver, B. C to
RESIDENTS PETITION : COUNTY
COURT IN EFFORT TO END '
AMAN MOORE. HURT IN FIGHT,
O SttO'UE TO IE CffBD CfTOU OD nj.U'EZ
RUNAWAY GIRL AND
YOUTH ARE MARRIED
The marriage of Miss Nellie Bailey,
daughter of Mrs. Jennie Bailey, of
Canby, and Helmer Olsen, was sol
emnised Wednesday,, at the Court!
House, Judge Beatie performing the
Miss Bailey Is the young woman
who ran away from her home at Can
by on Tuesday morning, walking from
Canby to New Era, wher she boarded
a train for Oregon City. 8he pro
ceeded to Redland, .where Olsen was
working. The mother finding the
daughter had run away and thinking
sb had com to Oregon City, en
gaged Grant White,1 the automobollst,
of Canby, to bring her as fast aa the
machine could travel to Oregon City.
After arriving here she found th
girl had left for Redland. Mrs. Bailey,
Mr. White, and Deputy Sheriff Miles
renewed th chase for th girl, and
upon their arrival at Redland hurried
to th home of th young man, wher
th girl had arrived a few minute
before. Th girl pleaded with her
mother and Mr. Miles to be allowed
to talk to th young man, but this
was refused, and sh waa brought
back to Oregon City. Th mother,
howvr, relented and gav her con
sent to th marriage, a did th fath
er of th ytung man, and both ap
peared a witnesses to th ceremony.
Olsen I only eighteen years of age,
and hi bride la sixteen veara.
The young couple met for th first
tlm several months ago, whn Olaen
was' employed by neighbor of th
girl's parent near Canby.
Officer to b Voted Upon at Election
Called For August 2S Boat-
. it Man Anxfow For .
- . Incorporation.
. Th County Court, through Judg
Beatl. called an election Wdnday
to b held in Sandy oc Auauat 26 to
determine whether th town la to b
Incorporated as a city. Th order
waa Issued upon the receipt of a peti
tion of a larg number of Sandy rv
denta, represented by Georg C.
Brownell, asking that the election be
called. Candidate for city ornce
will be voted upon at th sam tlm.
antf If "lb plan to Incorporate car
ries, they will take their seat at
one. .The advocate of Incorpora
tion declare that a lawlee element
Jeopardize th business lntereat of
the town, and that order cannot be
malntalnM until a city form of gov
ernment Is established. It to reported
that two cr three more saloon win
be opened tn Sandy aoon, and It Js
th desire of th petitioners to fcavw
the incorporation take effect a aoon
aa pc?lbl. - '
Th bounds rie of th proposed city
ar a follows: Beginning at an iron
rrfn at N. W. corner of th 8. W. 1-4
of th N. W. J-4. 8ec 13, T. 2 8 R.
4. E. of th Willamette meridian,
thence S. on aald section Iln to a,
point 100 feet, thence E. to th 8. E.
corner of the N. B. 1-4 of the & E.
1-4 said section, thence E. on said
Action line to the N. E. corner of
the 8. E. 1-4 of the N. E. 1-4 of aald
section, township and range, thence
W. to th place of beginning, all of
which Is In and a portion of tae coun
ty of Clackamaa and Oregon City.
i 1 1 1 -.:
RjMvirder Stlnn. on Wednesday.
fined Joseph Kerrick. former proprt
tor of th Log Cabin saloon, $75 and
sentenced him to serve ten days In
jail on a cbarge of allowing women
In hla place. Kerrlck was convicted
on tb same charge several weeks
ago, but Judg campoeu, neiore
whnm tH case waa taken for review
by Attorney Gilbert Hedge, revere ed
tb verdict on tn grouna imi m
mmnlilnt had bee. . lmorooerly
drawn. Mr. Hedge will ask that ib
last verdict be reviewed by the Cir
cuit Court. Kerrlck was denied a
license on July 1. and has sine been
conducting a "near bear place.
ELY HEADS PARTYfl
HUNT EOR BIG GAME
Charles Ely, of this city, on of th
best shots In Oregon, will leav this
evening for Alaska In charge of a
hunting party composed of prominent
men of Portland, among them being
Dr. Sternburg. Dr. Montgomery, Dr.
Andrew Smith. The men expect to
hunt on many of the Islands and ar
preparing to be gone for a month.
Th party expects to bring hack much
big game. - All tb members are ex
President f Big Cement Company
Ask Protection f Self and
Property Declar H
' " Acted In Slf DfhnN. '- '..'
Amu Moor, president and gnral
manacer of the Portland Cement Com
pany, who engaged la an altercation
with John and Henry Blchner at
Oswego on July 25, on Wednesday
gav out th following letter addre
cd to Deputy District Attorney gtlpp.
' Oswego, Oregon, July tt, 1111.
Mr. L Stlpp.
Deputy District Attorney, t '
r Oregon City, Oregon.
' Dear sir: I wish to write you r-
wmrAnm ttl affair I disCUS4 ' With
yon day befor yesterday, la eompnar
with I- N- sou in wno w aoriawi
mitt, Mr. Jnha F. LOKaB and Whom I
hav retained, to proaecnte th Blch
ner la . connection wua u
made upon m here at Oawego on
Tuesday last. Mr. Smith visited yow
day before yesterday tn order' to lay
the complaint befor you and to work
in wtth wtmt In eonBeetkM
with thla prooecntloa. trader ywr ad
vice to bar th proceeding la th
Justice Court her deferred, w aud
a special trip from Oregon City , to
a . u - .nnmAkU Knt Ml m
UIVVBU IU w "
vary . moch surprised whoa meeting
w rtawlrfanH Imim. to hV him hOW
us a letter from yon dated day befor
yesterday, wherein you nasi Birvauy
dlamlsaed the caa.
. Will yon kindly atate why you. were
not frank with a and why you did
not advise as that yon had already dlav
i.ui iha miii Instead of reonestlng
us to com her and hav it deferred?
Action Aatonmn Him. ; '
Qln ihm cnmnlflT which I reDr-
I. hiTMthi Bomethtnc Mke half
a million dollar in property her la
your county,. It is very important io
us to know whether we are going to
r..1&- treatment km thOUKh we "Wer
trespassers, or whether w are to b
treated aa citizens and property own
er of your county. If w ar noma
k...tHu. k.r ia m Mtnnt wher the
M V - "
back-wood method of law procedure
may be eniorced. u is wen uu we
know It now rather than later, aa we
.-aini atiwri to have our nrooerty
rights protected here, whether we
have been in your county on jer wr
fifty. We believe w have the same
rlo-hta fnr nronertT nrotectioa andDr-
aonal protection from vicious, coward
ly attack, wnetner we are piuuew
In vuir pnnnit for flftv vera: wheth
er we ar nativ bora, or whether w
I wlah to atate frankly that your
tlnn tn autrtalnaT ns to " com her
day before yesterday to postpone th
proceedings In th justice court
(which w did at your request la try-"
lng to co-operate with you) and then
on reaching her to find that you had
already dismissed th suit, without
having Investigated It. and , without
having summoned witnesses, was cer
tainly a surprise to us.
Reason I Dmandd.
Furthermore, w not tn your letter,
that th ground for dismissing th
suit. wr that th action waa a prop
erty dispute. W wish to know by
what manner, or method you caa con
nect a criminal, dastardly attack of
this kind, by the younger Blchner, and
tia annnnr and rnwardlv
iwiv.mi UJ " - -
. . . .... I w i ii .in V. I n Jt k.
IllWa -UU a. .uw .
his Father, with a property dispute.
. . , v -. m Atm-
un me otner nanu, i pa.w n
(Contfnued on Pag 3.)
OUR APPEARANCE In th good old Summit tlm should b csre-
i fully conldrd. Th I th saon of th ahort sleeves and white
suit and w hav selected a dainty Iln of ' . .
BRACELETS, BROOCHES, SHIRT WAIST "
SETS, VEIL PINS, LOCKETS, CUFF
BUTTONS, HANDY F1N5, iJAK ; : - i ' "
PINS, SIGNET RINGS, FANCY
NOVELTY JEWELRY -
. ...... ' , , .
At vry reasonable prlaea. Jwelry that I well lectad, with an
y to one's Individuality, making n attraotlv without being un
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, duly to. S th dlaplay In our show window. .. . ' '',
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Oregon City Itwekcs Ss;uUar.:
(Oontinud on pag 1)
Rad th Morning atotorprt.
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