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MOKNING BNTEUPttlSB, THUK8DAY, AUGUST 3, 1911.
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During our innmi vin-iir mil ww are giving Bargains in
nose that vrlll oUan up our stock in a hurry.
tT riTTIO NOW VVHILI WI HAVI A PULL RUN OF SIZES.
S tee Our Bargain Shoe Window
npfnilon Bridge Cor. - Oregon City
FOINTED QUESTIONS AREASKED STIPP
(Continued -from page l.)
Final f Grunts.
,rf I .III fi-ellng wora.
,,-rr ii You M ill I cured soui
, M. Jna. of Seattle. Wash., Is
,g In t hi city.
Hurst, of I'nlon MI1U, wee In
-It Wednesday. .
Bullion, of Clarkee. was In
t-ltv on Wednesday. .
try llugnre, or Heaver ire.
in this iHv Wednesday.
IJIIIsn (irelasati. of Bellwood.
Itlun friends In Uila city.
ruh lli. of Carua. waa In
Lily Wednesday visiting friends.
ok lUrtlntl Waiar. 8old by all
groceries ana oruinin.
w.itl.tifrr and family, of
.i, wr In Ihla city Wdnee-
hn E Joues, or .waver i reea.
la this city transacting business
larlle Jones, of Reaver Creak, waa
ig tha Oregon City vlsltora on
link Buodgress and wlf. of Mu
war In Ihla city on bualnaaa
Ie Rrma Millar, of Portland, la
IKunt of tha MUmi Took, of
Hi ArnrWPonald, of Idaho, baa
t-i la this city, and la a gut of
lands p. MrOrath, of Topeka,
li In this city, and la registered
lit Electric llotal.
and Mrs. Jscob Orossmllller. of
11, wara transacting bualnaaa In
clil Candy Hala. Craamad po
rt 16 centa par pound at Falle
l-ct loner y, Saturday,
r. Duma, a prominent young
atai man of Sandy, waa In tbla
on business Wednesday,-
flit Jones and aon. Merrill, and
Frank Klmmla. of Eldorado.
In Ihla rlty on Wadnaaday.
Ililllp Llndau, of Clarke, on of
well-known farmers of that place,
in thla rlty on Wedneaday.
r. and Mri. Joseph Beaullau will
thla weak fur Ocean Park, Or,
r they will apend two weeka.
r. Urkln, one of the well-known
ilfnl of Clarke, waa among the
Itton City visitors on Wedneaday;
111 Helen Pollock, who baa been
dlng aome time In California, will
urn to her horn In thla city to-
rt. Volkmar and daughter. Mabel.
nave been visiting In Falrvlew,
returned to their bom In tbl
you eat bread why not get Royal
d? The boat that money can
at Harris' grocery.
timer tonkins, who la In charge
I the (Irani Illmlrk farm at Itiib-
K In this. city th Brat of th
Ildrad Jeremiah, the little dauch-
of Mr. and Mra. Charlea II. Jere-
l III at their home, the Cliff
! Nellie flrlmm who haa been
Ptlng with Mlaa Kathrvn Roach, of
f city, haa returned to her home
ve Hrotrhla and wife of Miisca-
r, Ind.. were In tbla city on Bun-
. Kui-Mta or Mr. and Mm, Loula
)r- R. A. Sommar fnrmerl of Or-
S Clty, hna moved bla office to 1017
wtj Lbwlldlng, Portland. . .
li Anna Woodward and Mlaa
pr.nc Weatengard will lear for
rllatld thla araak tiara I na will
r- W. Irwin, on of the prominent
roymen or th county, whoae home
"V Aurora, waa In thla city on
1 W. Robblna, Mr. and Ma.
Dlckcnaon, of Molalla. were In
' city on Wedneaday, having come
" Robblna antnmnl.lU
Wrj. Gaorge w. Smalley and daub-
' lUzel. loft Waitnaarf.a .n. Caia.
I R"ck, Waah., where they will vlalt
a aiaier. mra. jonn rajne.
Wa Edna TrlmM Vctci nan
"ing relatlvea In thla city, will r
T o Medford thla week, wber ahe
" resume hr afiMtad at
L v. v bny ,uar now- H a aur to
auJJf a'.17 Ioun' for $1, beat eran
r0. , Harrla a-rocerv
-, ui ruruano, wno nav oeen
vUltlng with Mra. If. L. Kelly and
Mra. K. A. Chapman, returned to bar
home on Wdueday afternoon.
Dellcateaaen: 1 A. Noble. 714 Main
at real, baa Juat received from Wlacon
aln 2,ooo pounda new cbeeae, creaio,
HwUa and llnmurger. 'Kin for luncb.
Oacar W(Md0n la viattlng frlenda In
Portland, and from that place he will
go to lOiig Iloarb, Waah., wber be
will vlalt frlenda. Mr. Woodfln la
taking a month's vacation.
Mlaa Veda Wllllama, who baa been
a gueat at the borne of Judge and
Mra. W. II. Conyere, at Clatakanla,
arrived horn today, having -been
atimmoned by the lllneaa of her ale-
tar. Mra. C. O. Miller.
Wllbolt alage will leave the Rlectrlc
llotal each day at S o'clock p. m.
Rverett Downey, of Willamette,
who haa been connected with th
rlrat N'atlonal ftank. of Portland, for
the pant two yeara, baa realgned hla
poaltlon Mo aaalat bla father In th
management of th Willamette water
Mr. and Mra. William Rowan will
leave thla week for Portland, where
they will vlalt with Chief of Police
Rlovcr. and wife for few daya. Mra.
Hlover la Mr. Rowan's mother. After
vlaltlng In Portland. Mr. and Mra.
Rowan and children will go to Halem,
whore they will apend the remainder
of the aummer.
(liMid coffee and tea la our hobby.
Try our tic coffee and 5oe tea. Can't
be beat. Harrla' grocery.
Arnold P. Schmidt, of Pamaacua.
waa In tbla city tlje flrat of th week
on hla way to Cottage Orove. wber
he will enter the grocery bualneaa.
Mr. Hcnmldt haa been for th paat
two yeara field deputy aaaeaaor of
Clackamae county, and baa many
frlenda In tbla city aa well aa In many
parta of th county, wbo wlab him
Frank Hrancb Riley, who la con
nected with the Clackamae Title Com
pany, waa In th city Wedneaday.
JUDGi BCATIC MARRIES COUPLE.
Mr. and Mra. A. a Wyland Will Live
Mlaa Molll Bird and A. O. Wyland,
of Wllholt. Or., were married at th
Court llouae on Wedneaday after
noon. Judge Beetle performing the
ceremony. The young couple left tor
their future home at Wllhelt. They
are well known at Wllbolt, where
they have many frlenda.
put of any kind with either at th,
gentlemen before, and never met elih.
er of them In-fore In my life. My Drat
Introduction waa when th younger
im iiuar greeiea m With a long-
handlud. round pointed shovel, raited
In au attitude of striking me with the
sharp blade and with which ha atrurk
at m viciously, t waa not bla fault
mm ne am not split my bead open
with th shovel point. Th only thing
that prevented this from hMllhanlni
was the fact that I waa somewhat
athlollr. and with a email board which
I picked up, wa able to ward off the
blotjs. so that no extremely sartmia
damage waa aon. Tbla attack waa
followed by the continuous efforts on
the part of the younger Illchner. to
atrlke me with the shovel, and while
uemg engagea in warding off bla at
lacK, i leit blow from behind. On
turning around, I found the older Rich-
iht with a ciuh raised to strike a sc
ona mow, A'Ung upon an Impulse,
I administered a blow on the old
entletnsn'a head, and while In th
act of doing so, the younger Ulchner
waa again at me from behind, atrlk
ing witn trie shovel blade again. It
waa fortunate that Mr. Hansen hap
piied to he by and warded off th
mow, receiving the blow on hla arm,
In order to protect me from receiv
ing it on the head.
Denies He Knew Them.
Aa far aa I am concerned, 1 never
baa any disputes with tbise people
over properly, and never knew them
before. When they attacked me, I
did not know whether their namea
were Ulchner or John Doe. The
younger lilrkned la a strong, husky
fellow and bla attack with the shovul
waa certainly a cowardly and das
tardly act, A great many convlcta
are In the penitentiary today aerv
Carter Ovlea Bond.
AI Carter, who waa arreatod on a
charge of disorderly condct by Police
man Ureen was releaaed Wedneaday
on 15 bond.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
J. T. and Ada Alexander to M.
O. Mynn, lot I of block 19. "Wind
J. T. and Ada D. Alexander to M.
a. Flynn, lots S and 10 of block 10,
Windsor; also lota 3 4, 6, 6. 7. block
18. Windsor; land In blocks 19 and
20 west of Bussex street, Wlndaor;
Hubert 8. Blmmona and Mary E.
Hlmmona to Jullua 11. and Will A.
Irwin, land In D. L. C. of William
Strickland, townablp 4 south, range
4 east; f 10.360.
Oeorg Derry and Ida A. Derry to
John M. A. Lane, 80 acrea of section
7. township I aouth, range 3 east;
WalUc and Louis C. Col to Al
exander C. and Nancy C. Deaullau,
part of lota 1 and 3 of block 38. Ore
gon City; $4,200.
Onnla L. Farr to H. H. Hughes and
M. A. Hughes, lot 3 of block 68, Ore
gon City; $4(10.
Paul and Emma Mertachlng to O.
W. plmlck, tracta 18 and 19. Clair
mont Acreage Tracta No. 3; $100.
Rudolph Koerner to Mary Koerner,
lot 1 of block 10C, Oregon City; also
lota 6 and 0 of block 167, Oregon
City; and other land In Clackamas
county, aectlona 27, 28, 33, 34, town
ship 2 aouth, range 1 east; $1.
Rudolph Koerner to Mary Koerner.
lota 1 and 2 of block 108, Oregon
Mary Jan Dlcken to Charlea E.
Aspllng. tract 18, Outlook; $1.
Mill M. Wallace and W. A. Wal
lace to Denla Donovan, 48.17 acrea
of Exra Flaher P. L. C, township 2
aouth, range 2 eaat; $10.
"ENTERTAIN FOR" DAUGHTERS
Mr. and Mra. J. B. Jackson Have De
lightful Card Party.
Mr ami Mrs J. It Jackson 'enter
tained a few of their frlenda at cardi
at their home at Clalrmont In a, most
delightful manner Tueaday evening,
tha affair helnar In honor of their two
dattghtera, Misses Letha and Oils.
Songa and Instrumental seiectiona
war rendered and games wr play-
ea on me lawn, wnicn waa iiioh.ii
Illuminated with Chinese lanterna.
Th prlr.ea were won by Mlas Mamie
Wourma and Piero Beat.
Tk frtllnalna, wara nrasent Mill
Antoinette Knppenbender, Mlas lit
tle niuhm, Mlsa Rutn Kuppenoenaer,
Mies Ethel Ball, Mlaa Mamie wourma.
Mi.saa oils. ftha and Edith Jack
son, Mrs. E. F. Rechnar, Cbarlea Ed
ward Rechner, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J.
n T.li arm Plaraa fWals. Av Klin-
penbender, Walter Brenner, Harry
Conrer, Roaco Clark, Henry Brandt.
Wallace Lewis, Lyman Derrick, Clif
ford Crawford, Ralph Caplea.
Lo"t " ot Remarkable results' In two and three months,
salaries $50 to $80. Higher standard than business colleges.
, .YOU SHOULD INVESTIGATE OUR WORK.
Eclectic Business Uoiyefslty
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nr ... , nunvunun ubutft, i mra 01., corner usn
Marshall 781 Portland, Oregon
nitf lire si'iubiicfi fur crlm
mittea .that war not more serious
than hla. for, aa above elated, the
iuci that my head was not cut ouen
waa not due to any fault of bla, but
to the fact that I ha opened to be
able to ward off the earn and pro-'
teci my in.
Whan the ai'fack waa made by the
younger Ulchner there waa nobody
present within the property line, ex
cept myself. Mr, Henry Clans, and
Mr. J. M. Hansen. When I entered
the property a few minutes prevloua,
thnre waa no on present excepting
Mr. Cans and M. Hansen. I aaw a
string stretched acroaa the lot and
fclso aome posts planted. I broke the
tin which waa stretched, and at that
moment the younger ' Dlckner came
through a bole which fie had broken
through the fence, with a abovel
raised and mad an attack on me
Ilk a wild man. Several able attor
neya, with whom have conferred,
Inform me that If I had knocked them
out completely, that I would have
been fully Justified under the condi
tions. Explanation Asked.
I desire to bave an aiDlanation
from you. and will appreciate very
much if you will anawer th questions
which I have asked above. Flrat,
regarding why you did not explain
to us that you had already dismissed
the surt that morning, and without
any Investigation whatsoever, and
second, bow you can confuse a crim
inal aasault of tbla kind In any way
with a dispute over roperty rights.
if. after hearing the atory from Mr.
Illcbner'a attorneys you had deemed
It best to annul the action filed here,
please advise me why you did not
first summon witnesses, at least, to
determine, whether any. criminal as
sault had been mad against m or
I - am basing this letter and ques
tions to you on a letter received to
day from tbe local Oswego Justice
of tbe Peace, and which reads, aa fob
Oswego, Or July 28, 1911.
I called on Deputy District Attorney
titlpp on the 26th day of July, 1911,
and asked him about prosecuting tbe
case of Stat of Oregon vs. Joseph
Illchner and Henry Ulchner. He told
me b had beard of th controversy
and that It would be hard to con
vict, aa both parties would claim that
they were defending their own prop
erty, aa both claim to hav deeds
for the earn piece of land, and asked
me to dismiss th charge, as he did
not feel Ilk prosecuting It On my
requeat from him to put thia In writ
ing, he gave me th following letter,
In th Justice Court. District No. 2,
Clackamaa county, Oregon.
Stat of Oregon, Plaintiff
Joseph Bichner and Henry Blchner,
Defendanta. to E. L. Davidson.
Justice of the Peace:
I hav examined Into the charge
of assault with a dangerous weapon
agalnat th abort named defendants,
and find that tbe controversy arose
over a tract of land which both they
and Moore claim to own and feel
that It would be Impossible to de
termine In a criminal action wbo waa
In tbe right. I would, therefore, ask
that you dlamlaa th charge as I do
not feel Ilk proaecutlng It.
Deputy District Attorney.
E. L. Davidson.
Now, I want to state briefly to you
the facta In connection with th land
transaction, although - th - earn can
in no wis effect or alter the fact
that a criminal assault with, a deadly
weapon waa committed by th Blch
nors and which cannot In any wis
be confused with a civil controversy
regarding title of land.
Title, la Defended.
The house and land which 1 pur
chased for our 'company la located
in South Oawego. and la Intended to
be tiaed for occupany by one of our
employee with hla family. Thlg
property haa been In the poaeeaalon
of Mr. Henry Oana, an old pioneer,
for something like 35 years. About
19 yeara ago he aold the adjoining
property, Including store hul'dlng to
the Blchneds. He continued to oc
cupy th houae, and states that ouly
a few weeka ago tha Blckners ad
vlsed him that the rioed conveying
the adjoining ator property 19 years
ago, also Included a atrip Including
part of hla realdence property and
which he had continued to occupy,
using It a ft garden continuously
during the 19 yeara, as wU as many
previous. ' Mr. Oana requeated the
Blcknera to rectify th error, if any.
mad 19 yeara ago, by giving him ft
nultcuim Ceed for tho amnll atrip of
ri in-den which thoy now try to
cl .lm rmardleae of th fact that the
Itiwi provide that If tiu.'ispittfd ror
..n!i.ii Im retained for r,:v 'en' year
the tltlo will becom pj.ieasory and
binding. Th Blchners refused to
execut auch quitclaim !! to Gana
on requeat, except upon nnreaaonabl
demanda of eompenaatlon from Gana.
whereupon Gans, In couveylng land
to our corporation mad qulttlalro
,' v . , ; ' - -;t ;
Twenty-five Thousand Men Were
In. Elks Atlantic City Parade
r - m
'if "ai . Mlflltl La a W.t
lholos Or Amarlcaa Press Association. '
WENTT-FIVE thousand members of th Benevolent and Protectly
Order of Elks took part In tbe parade which formed tbe principal
feature of the receut Elks' convention at Atlantic City. Tbe parade
was seven mile long, and It required two hours for It to pass tbe
reviewing stand About fifty bands furnished music for tbe marchers, and
75.000 spectators wttneaaed tbe pageant Every atat waa represented In tbe
parade, and many of the lodgea bad costumes and floats that were unique and
sinking. Th Trenton (2X. J.) looge, anown in rn pi crura, auracrea macn
attention. Tbe member wore blue serge anlta, with whit cap and aboea and
carried blue and white parasols. The lodge from Coiumboa, O., also shown
In the picture, carried a huge American flag, and they stopped at times while
their well trained chorus sang "Tbe fur Spangled Banner."
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deed for tbe email atrip of land, and
wblcb quit-claim w accepted, because
of the fact that Gana' posssaory title
which could not b disputed, sine
Gana had undisputed pot-eelou for
over 35 yeara, th law requiring only
Gana Gave Deed.
Gana' sal of th property to us
waa conditional that-ba retain poa
aeaalon until August 1. IfUl. About
10 o'clock Tuesday morning last, J jly
25, Mr. Gana rushed to our office,
requeatlng our bookkeeper. Mr. Han
sen, to axlvla me to corao over to
hla place forthwith. Mr. Hansen con
veyed th message to me on our fac
tory grounda wber I was busily en
gaged. I could not leave at that mo
ment but directed Hansen to proceed
to Gana' place to inveatigati th trou
ble. About twenty mlnutej later I
concluded that I would Jao go per
sonally, to determine what the dif
ficulty waa about. On rescuing n.ina'
bouse, I round him anting on the
porch with Mr. Hansen. 1 also no
ticed a fin stretched across -he gar
den and aome new fenc post in
stalled. I broke th line and started
to remove the timber that had been
propped from on poet to another.
At thla moment strong husky look
ing mail rushed through hoi that
had been broken In the fenc? between
tbe Gana and Bickner pro pert lea. Ho
had a long-handled, round-pointed
ahovel In hla band and looked like a
wild man aa he charged me with the
abovel blade raised to atrlke me. 1
had no alternative but to defend my
self, and to do so I picked up a amall
board which I used to ward off th
several licks which th attacking
man aimed viciously at my head.
While thua engaged I suddenly felt
a terrlflo blow from behind,, which for
a moment dazed me, I wheeled around
and aaw another huaky, heavy-set
man aa vicious looking aa the flrat
Ith ft club raised over me In the
act of striking second blow, but
before he could strike, I wan able to
wield th board In my hand on the
attackera head and to ward off
further attack, although t did not
aucceed In knocking him down or to
render him unconscious, aa be con
tinued to come at me like a mad
bull, until aome ladlea appeared
through the hole In the fence and In
duced him to throw down bla club and
go with them back through the hole
in (be fence. While the aecond at
tacking party waa receiving my at
tention the flrat continued hla attack
with thi shovel from behind and at
that moment Mr. Hansen rushed in
and received a blow from the ahovel
blade, wblcb had been Intended for
the back of my head. The flrat at
tacker seeing' th blood coming from
a. wound In th scalp of the second at
tacker'a head, at thia moment also
stopped his vlcloiia attack and later,
after my commanding him aeveral
tlmea to leave the premises also dis
appeared through the hoi In the
fence. Whereupon, th posts were
removed, the holes filled, and th
hole In the fence boarded and nailed.
Gana Seea Attack.
Mr. Gana later 'informed me that
the flrat attacker who had made the
aasault with the ahovel waa one
Henry Bickner and that th aecond
attacker who had atruck from behind
waa the father, Joseph Bickner, and
that by endeavoring to fenc part
of hla property as they were doing,
tbey were trying to steal the piece of
land, Including the, Improvements
which he had a few yeara before
erected thereon, including ahed, out
houses, etc, also hla garden vegeta
bles which were growing In th soil.
Thla la my first and only Introduc
tion to the Blckners. As I returned
to my office, I informed them aa I
passed by their store, that I would
certainly hay them arrested for the
villainous assault. Later, they hur
ried to Oregon City, related "a pack
of falsehoods" In an effort to excuse
their villainous action, and also trying
to appeal to tbe public because th
older Bickner waa an "old man," 71
yeara of age" had been "ft pioneer."
was the "father of th preeent Mayor
of Oswego," to., to. . .,
- It waa unfortunate that be happen
ed to b an "old man "pioneer,"
etc.. but that cannot excuse hla daa
tardly. cowardly attack from behind
with a club, mad at th moment
when hla husky aon was already ad
ministering blows aimed to kill, with
a ahovel biad from th front. When
be atruck from behind, I had no time
to aak hla name, hla age, or whether
he waa "a pioneer," lunatic or an
escaped convict. I had only time to
protect my life, regardless of who
tbe aasailant was.
Messrs. Qans and Hansen were wit
nesses to this brutal attack, from th
moment young Bickner cam charg
ing through th fenc until th finish.
Other wltneaaes aaw th final wind
up. Now, Mr. Proaecutlng Attorney. I
hav aaked you, how you can confuse
with or attempt to merge Into this
daatardly criminal assault, any civil
suit or controversy over tltlo to
If I had been a weakling and not
able to have warded off th blows
of young Bickner'a ahovel biad and
If on of these blowa had apllt my
skull, causing Instant doath, could
you have merged that Into ft civil
controversy Instead of prosecuting
for murder T
Calla It Serloua Crime.
Doea the fact that murder waa not
committed, leaaen the offense of crim
inal attack? Why did th proaecut
lng attorney except ft one-aided false
tale of the elder Bickner, and proceed
to dlamlaa thla criminal charge, with
out summoning wltnessea or making
any attempt at Investigation
It la because of auch lack of en
forcement of th law that auch
Crimea are encouraged.
Every cltiien haa a right to th
protection of tb law and you. aa
prosecuting attorney are custodian of
th law and of Lb people'a rlghta
and llbertlea. In thla instance there
waa a serloua crime committed either
by myself or th Blcknera. If their
false statements on which you aeem
to bave baaed your action of dis
missal, were true, then I should be
Indicted to the full extent of th law
and aent to prison. If. on th other
hand, my statements as above matle
are true, then tbe Blcknera are guilty
of a serious crime and ah all be proa
ecuted to th full extent of the law
and aent to prison.
It la your duty, air, aa ft public of
ficer, receiving ft aalary from the
taxpayers, to summon witnesses, and
determine who la and who la not
guilty of this crime.. It Is by such
lax enforcement of the law that mob
rule and Crimea of tbia nature are
I expect to be ft cltlaen of thla
county and hav large Investments In
property. All I want to know Is that
I will receive the full protection of
the law agalnat cowardlywlmlnal
attacks, such aa waa made upon rne
the other day, and furthermore I de
slr to know that Justlc and law
will apply to all citizens equally, re
gardleea of whether, they ar pio
neers, native-born, or new-comers. 1
do not mean to say that auch Jua
tic -will not be granted, but your as
surance of thla matter will be ac
cepted In the right aplrlt and your
word In th affirmative will be auf
flclent. However, I feel. -under th
clrcumatancea. as abov stated, that
I am entitle to recelv an an awe;
from you to th abov questlona.
Yours very truly,
. AMAN MOORE.
The following ar registered at
the Electric. Hotel: Cecil Fox, Sa
lem Mra. Fermell. Erie Head, Port
land; A. B. 8n1der. Forest Grove;
M. L. Collins, William Londen, Port
land; Mra. Maml Jackson, BoIm,
Idaho; E. M. Bondll, J. R. Moor. Sid
ney Herman, James Baaye, Portland;
C. C. Cannon, Spokane; M. Schwartx,
Portland; U Larson, Willamette;
George StabeO. C. Llndqulst, R. W.
Ward, Mra. P. Haley. Portland; Roe
L. McGrath, 1 Portland; Francla Mo
Orath, Topefca. Kan.: Erie Head,
Portland; W. H. Mattoon, Mr M.
Jonea. 8eattle. Wash. Earl Byrd,
Molll Byrd, A. O. WyhemL Myrtle
Wyheml. . .
Oldest Reyal Dynasty.
Th oldeMt royal flynastry In ; the
world la that f Japan. ' which goes
back unbroken for 2.000 year. .
Thomas JetTeraiiu was the flrat n
our treMlrtrntft to l inuuiEurMrU ,
WaabiiiKiou , " ... , . , , ,
CONSIDER well before you buy veg
etables. Think for a moment of how
they are bought and kept. Vegetables
should be fresh and moist with' the appear
ance of having juat come from where nature grew them. That is,
when they are well kept the way we keep them. . .
This is th reason why all our vegetables look aa If they had
-j.. ..ri..A .-it, .ii ha aHffiom, freih. nitursl flavor you
like so well. And we take good car that not a moment la
loat In their delivery to you. 8nd a trial ordsr.
J. E. SEELEY
SAN FRAtXISCO BEATS
PORTLAND IN HIiiTII
BEAVERS GET A LEAD OF FOUR,
BUT ARE OVERHAULED
IN SHORT ORDER. '.
SAN FRANCISCO, CaL. Aug. 2.
(Special). San Francisco . won an
exciting game today from Portland,
the score being S to 4. Both Koest
ner and 8uter were hit hard, eleven
aafe drives belDg made off tb Port
land twirler and ten off tb Bay City
man. Portland scored S In the third
and 1 in the fourth, and It looked as
If victory wa assured. But San
Francisco got busy with one In th
fourth, two In the sixth, on In th
eighth and one In th ninth.
Th reaulta Wedneaday "were as
DaLyslflai fVt.an I.ma Rail FVS.IV.
clsco 5. Portland 4; Sacramento S,
Oakland 0; Loa Anelea 3. Vernon
Northwestern League Portland S.
victoria Seattle 4. Snokane S: Van
couver S, Tacoma 1.
American League uoaion i-s,
trolt 8-2: Waahinton S-J. Chicago 1-4:
Pniiadeipnia i, uouie v; leveiAuu
10. New York 8.
National League New York S,
Mtiaknr. A fhlravn 1. Rrooklvn 1:
Boston 5, St Louis I; Philadelphia
Cincinnati gam postponed ; rain.
Pacific Cos at.
Vernon ...... . .
San Francisco ..
Loa Angeles ....
W. L. P.C,
.... CS SI .566
.... 7 . B .54i
.... 67 60 .627
I... 61 63 .tn
.... 57 64 .471
. .. 51 74 .408
Tacoma . .
Seattle . . .
. . . 62
9? tramni wtri arrested In July and
19 prisoners were prosecuted. The
One collected amouniea to zou,
largest amount ever collected In one
month. Forty-aeven meala were nerv
ed to prisoners In th city Jail at
coat of $9.40. Th chief reported that
aeventeen dog license were lsaueu
during the month, for which $19 ha I
k ra.alva1 Raventeen docs were
ntnpaui . tha Anm catcher, fourteen
of them wer killed, one was sold
and two were reaeemea 07 xne own-
J. A. Confert waa re-elected aexton
of Mountain View Cemetery. Mr.
Huntley, representing th school dl
rectnra asked that th board be al
lowed to build a retaining wall on
Twelfth atreet from 8 to 10 incnea
na. ih. nirksnf The matter waa
referred to tbe engineer and com-
mttte on atreeta.
Tha tVanrhlaa nf the ClackamS
Southern railway was referred to the
commit?1 on atreeta and th' City
iinn. ih. .iiaaeation of Mr. Meyer
th committee on atreeta was empow-
. ,, ... . V
ered to represent tn council i iw
maattnv at flalem tonight to urge that
th Capital Highway pass .through
Oregon City. . '
1, Ma -Is th clock running. WQnf
'Willi No, ma; It'a Juat standln' still
a' wsggin' Ita tall.Judg. s:
I ':. .. 1 ..-, .';'. : . . .1 I '
Oregon's Popular Beach Rort
Aa Ideal retreat for outdoor paa
tlmes of all kinds. Hunting. Fish log.
Boating. Surf Bathing, Riding, Aut
Ing, Canoeing, Dancing and Roller
Skating. Where pretty water agar,
moss agate, moonstones, earnelana
can be found on th beach. Par
mountain water and th beat of food
at low prices. Fresh flan, clams, crab
and oysters, with abundance of vege
tables of aU kinds dally. .
Camping Ground Convenient and At-'
wth strict sanitary reculatlona
, LOW ROUND-TRIP SEASON
' . TICKETS
from all point In Oregon, Washing
ton and Idaho oa sal daily.
from Southern Pacific points Port
land to Cottage Grove; also from all
CAB. stations Albany and west.
Good going Saturday or Sunday and
for return Sunday or Monday.
Call on any 8. P. or C. ft E. Agent .
for full particulars as to fares, trains,
schedules, etc; also for cosy of our
illustrated booklet, "Outing In Or
gon," or writ to' ,
GENERAL PA8SENGER AGENT. -'
YOlliiC FOLK BUOY
DANCE IH BIG PARK
One of th most enjoyable social
eventa of the season waa held at
Schnoor's Park at Willamette Wed
nesday evening. The young people
who composed the party wer mostly
from Oregon City. Th muslo for th
dancing was furnished by an orches
tra composed of Loyd Rlchea, violin;
M. J. Laxelle, cornet and Miss Marian
Money, piano. Luncheon was served
by tbe ladles after which th guests
departed for their special car, thank
ing Mr. and Mrs. Schnoor for the very
Those in . attendance wer Nora
Hannlfan, Frances Brownell, Wynne
Hanney, Margaret Brown, Lorene Par
ker, Nieta Harding, Dolly Pratt, Eve
lyn Harding, Haiel Toose. Lillian
Orleasen, Mae Smith, Madge Bright
bill, Miss Walling, Vada Elliott, Lot
ta Liver more, Eva Alldredge, Anna -Alldredge,
Kathryne Slunott, Marian
Money, Eddie Buach, Tom Stnnott,
Charles Parker, A. F. Bernard of
Portland; M. J. Laxelle, Lietael Gor
don, Harry Gordon, Dr. Murdy, John
Buach, Earl Latonrette, Lloyd Rlchea,
Victor Qault, Walter Hart. Oerald
Warner, Lee Caufleld. ' . ''
BOYS HAVE FINE OUTING.
Thirty-four boys, who ar members
of the Sellwood Young Men's Chris
tian Association, In charge of W. C.
Moore, secretary, passed through
Oregon City Wednesday. The party
camped Tuesday night at 8ucker
Lake where th boys had ft fin tint
swimming and fishing. They waked
to, thla city and after looking- over
the paper mills went by boat to Sell
wood. W. M. SMITH BUYS -HOME.
' W. M. Smith, the real estate man,
has purchased the Thompson place
on John Qulncy Adams street, be
tween Seventh and - Eighth atreeta.
Mr. Smith will move his family to his
new home on Auguat 20. Mr. Thomp
son and hla two danhters, Miass May
and Ethel, hav taken up thlr resi
dence at Thirty-fourth and East