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WEATHER iNOiCAiiune. v
,,r,m city Fair Haiurdayj -.
The only dally MtMpiyir fea
twe Portland and talatw; siesta.
latae In avary section af Clocks-
mas County, with a papulation af
30.000. Are you an advertiser f
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WEEKLY C.NTERPRISC ESTABLISHED I50G
OL 2 No. 30.
OUEOON CITY, OREGON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1911:
Per Wee, 10 Ce.vt
PERPETRATED BY' WALT MP DQUftA LL
12 ENROLLED IN
!n for gems
TEST FOR. DIAMOND RINQS
YiT IXCITINQ OF HQ PRIZE
JE Off ERtD FOR RESERVE VOTES
Hunlty Given For Many Naw
ntrtnlt. Who Ara Eapeoted
to Sat Pea In Merry
Rac For Prliea.
Lre waa nu end of suspense and
1 among the candidates la The
hirlHK grand voting conteat until
Inlay's announcement of the ex-
mtUI "frr or two genuine du
ring (a be awarded the can-
La in earn ami not aoing the
.uk Imt waeit-Jul w unit g. p, m,
..I Now we anticipate the
Lat .battle for voire alnre the
m "was Inaugurated, aa ovary
nHir. Iifther flret i the lUt
i, hut an eqtiil chance to be
ii tor, and lie a Idea It will be the
of your piling up' a reserve
toward winning one of thoee
trul ft'M Kimball plamia and
lih.T valuable prises to bo sward-
k hi night of Heptethtwr t.
i, ynu who entered the content
r fur any other reason have
fo able, to lrom actively en-
fa In a cauvana fur aubscrlplluns.
un In work NOW. Your chances
in one of theae valuable rings
;! aa giMtd. If nut a little better,
ihcp of a candidate who baa
il.v rovrrvd the territory.
idattt Doing Beat orh.
fixirt n Indicate that raudldatea
Korklng harder alnre thla eitra
i.l ciffi-r waa announced than dur
rhe previous offer, and why
In't t hi-y. when for a llulo more
rk'a earneat work they have
knee not only to win a beautiful
nd ring but at the aame time
I piling up votee toward win-
n of the other valuable prliea
V rr will be a great many changea
n standing f -candlriatea from
until Auguat 15. Home of thoae
are at the bottom of the llet will
Ve places with aome of thoae at
p, so It behooves you who are
! lead to do your level beat to
n there You surely 'will not
b If yon don't attend atrtctly to
a and kep after voUa. Thla
! IhI ofiVr'ls going to cauae
of the tardy onea to wake up
t h i-v will be trampling on your
Ix-fore the rloae of the offer at
m. AUKUHt ll. I no ironieai r.ni-
knows what he la talking about
he Mis ynu thla la going to be
MvellPNt period of the conteat.
ttitlon Becomaa Kaan.
fact that a candidate entering
ronton! now haa an equal chance
all nthera to win one of theae
flful rliiga will bring forth more
mania and competition will bo
k'rr than ever.
you wlah to enter tola merry
Mxn aend In your name at once
Die nomination blank printed on
cxt pate or If you know of aome
t: lady you would llko to enter,
i the nomination blank with the
f of your choice and bring or mall
the Conteat Department of The
mitmbar candidates, for each
ly aubaerlptlon to the Dally En-
f't you receive 2000 votaa and
tach ytarly aubaerlptlon to the
kly Enttrprlae you reoelva 1000
under thla epeelal offer. It
M no difference whether subserlp-
ar new or old. This lo the vary
chanca you will have to aecumu-
a good vote reaerve and good
kit worv will place $our name
tha Mat t' winners' the closing.
or the conteat. September 2.
PMMO551I3BMKE5TiH0yR theyBave A"BnrorcooD LUCK
' LARCt mmim V R jl
aaaa m , , aa " ' " '
H0WT0 MAKE A SUMMER HOTEL AT H0M,: Opcnn-eenand kt intUn.SrtmtU
cellor cm id nod Kixr5 from orne cJfVr lawn ; Keep u cLecap ortipKopfioieo going un
td mttlnlgMj Inirtillnfi crvlng UaLk5,Joys,cti1,licknen, bells dnd stcdm wlilslles;
ntn(J Hre cxil tifln in hd II : Buy your cltira Hip ,lr,i t.R.. Il H .
clijirs:6livvnlicJdvvitcr;clidnOyour dollies three times every day dnd tip
yourjr every hue you thtnlt of AWKlnL of notKinrj but meals and lime tobies
HATCHERIES TELLS AMAZ
GLADSTONE TO HAVE
(Continued on page I.)
QUESTION NO. 6
rtlOw Inn hIpIhm Atmm pint
f'P'ct crime. A complete anc?
Ir" portrayal of life wWhout
rawing Its error., folllea and
f'elnaaea Is Impoaslbls, , but
movlno llnr. onlu tab.a
f0,le of the darker aide of life
f n Inoldent and devotes for
r" Pes to It than the dally
Fr, the Bible or Shakespeare.
MVEL8 OP HORSEMAN
8HIP. HUBBV'n r.aw i-r UMue
IHE 'TUMBLING BLOCK.
A meeting will bo held at the City
Hall at Uladatono thla evening to
make arrangements for the organlaa
tlon of a fire company. The meeting
was railed by Emery Noble, of Glad
atone, and a large attendance of proa
lectlvo firemen la expected. The
graaa la unuaually dry now, and aa
there la virtually no fire protection
In thla thriving little city a Are com
pany la badly needed. The election
of offlrera will take place aoon after
Ike full complement
of men la ob-
New ,vark Surrogate Who Haa
Charge of Centeate -ef Wlllal
Pormar Oregon City Teacher Is Bride
of Seattle Man.
The marriage of Mlaa Edith C. Karr
and Gregory E.. Karr waa eolemnixed
at the Itaptlat paraonage on Friday
evening at 5 o'clock, the Rev. S. P.
pavla officiating. Immediately alter
the ceremony Mr. and Mra. Karr left
for their future home at Seattle.
The bride la welt known In this
city. 8he waa formerly teacher In the
Oregon City achoola. and taught after
ward In Portland. She haa lived for
aome time In Mllwaukle.
Read the Morning iCnterprlaa.
STANDING OF CANDIDATES IN CONTEST
CANDIDATES IN DISTRICT NO 1.
MISS MYRTLE CROS3 Oregon City ..
MISS A LI-IK WARE,...- Oregon City-..
MISS LENA STORY Oregon City ..
MRS. R. F. ZIMMERMAN Oregon City ..
MISS TILLIE MEYERS Oregon City ..
MISS EVA KENT.'...' ...Oregon City ..
- MISS ELLA WHITE Oregon City 3526
MISS ROSE JU8TIN Oregon City 6546
MISS LILLY LONO Oregon City 8568
MISS ROSE MILLER Oregon City 4912
MISS ANNA WOODARD Oregon City 3936
MISS EVA ALLDRBDGE Oregon City ....17862
MISS NELLIE GRIMM Oregon City 20004
. CAN""'DATE8 IN DISTRICT NO. 2.
MISS JENNIE DIX Mnllno
MHS ELLEN MOEHNKE Shubel
MRS. M. T. MCK Canby
MISS ADA LAKIN Mllwaukle
MISS FAY DATDORF We,t Oregon City
MISS EDNA HUTCHINSON. i.'...Cnhy ..
MISS MILDRED REAM Willamette ......
MISS ADA CARES Sandy
MISS LILLIAN HOLMES Sandy
MISS NORA KIMRERLY Itorlng
MRS JULIA HOLT ,.....0k Grove 7638
MISS INEZ KNOX Dorlng k 4920
MISS ELSIE BHOENBORN Tarus
MISS ETHEL CLOSNER Sprlngwater
MIS8 RLODWRN THOMA8 Heaver Creek
MISS MAY JOHNSON ...
MISS ETHEL DB HOK...
"MISS ANNIE GARDINER
VIS3 HELEN SMITH ...
MISS HELEN RABICK. . ,
MRS. DELIA RORERTS.,
MISS ROXY COLE VnM'i
MISS VERNA MEAD Gladatone
MISS HA7.EL HUNOATE. .-. i Molalla .
. . 8670
. . 6029
. . 7812
Th County Educational Board and
Superintendent of County Schools
Gary virtually have decided upon the
districts to which the aupervlsora will
be assigned. The designations are aa
follows: C. F. Anderson, to all terri
tory east of Damaecua and north of
Clarke, and territory south of range
3, between Clackamaa ' and Molalla
rlvera, excepting dlatrlcta 10 and 25;
J. E. Calavan, districts 10 and 25, and
all territory aouth and west of Mo
lalla and aH territory west of the
Willamette river; Mra.-' Emllle C.
Shaw, territory north of range 4 be
tween Clackamas, Molalla and Willa
mette rivers between Damascus and
Willamette. Superintendent Gary
will visit the schools at Bering.
Sandy, Estacada, 8ptingwater, Upper
Logan, Molalla. Needy, Macksburg,
Canby, Wllaonvtlle, Willamette, West
Side, Oswego. Mllwaukle, Oak Grove,
Gladstone, Parkplace and Clackamaa.
The suirfrvtsors have atarted to work,
but their salaries do not atart until
AT BOUNCER CAMP
One of the most enjoyable enter
tainments of the week waa the party
riven at the camp of 'the Rev. and
Mrs. E. 8. Bollinger, on the banka
of the Clackamas river Thursday eve
ning. The ladles with well filled
lunch baskets, went to "Camp Bollin
ger." where they prepared a spread.
which will not soon be forgotten by
thoee partaking of It... Everything the
market could afford was found on the
menu. The men arrived In the eve
ning and brought with them large
appetltea. After supper was aerved
came vocal music and story atelllng.
The affair was In charge of Mra.
Charles D. Latourette and Mra. R. D.
Wilson. The Rev. Bollinger was
pastor .of the Congregational church
of this tlty five years ago, and ho and
his wife have a host of friends here.
Among those attending were Mrs.
.Tnlls Haskell. Mrs. Lena Ctiarman.
Mrs. Mary Ch"rmn, Mr. and. Mrs.
t, u rbarman. Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
n, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Zumwalt,
son and daughter. Mlse Clarice, Mr.
.nri Xfr rs'les Noble. Mr. and Mrs.
xi m. Cdll. Mr. end Mrs. Jsmes
vv'wv, M. "nd Mrs. Reams. Mr.
and Mrs. Wendorson. V. and Mrs. T
ATa. M. 8ohta Charman. Mr.
n4 w, .T. Rleer. Mr. and Mrs.
mh Mr d vrs. MM art and son
nd ds"hter. Mra. T. Avtson. Mrs.
w t. vienre. Mrs. rr. n. iioi
,t Mm Tt. D. Wilson Mrs. H. 0!.
Mrs r. PhsnV. Mrs. Rpencer.
Mrs. Tte. Mr. and Mrs .T. M. Ma'V.
ir n Mrs. Tobn tirf, MYs. A. O.
r-,row Mrs ft. P. rlehthH. Mr. and
Mrs Jnb" MrOet'-h' Te and Mrs.
q nolner, Charles. Miss Helen
and Miss Allca BoIIInRer.
reurles nt I leenaes.
Te At1rwt"e "'re rrsted msr
rlaire licenses hv Co'intv clerk Mn.
rsn irri,t; Wirr Vrenle a"d .T.
trrnlv Wsrrlet Pn'ehn nd .T. E.
Mumnower: Fdlth C. Knr snd Orer
ork E. Ccrr. of Spittle, Vsh.
EVILS FAR FROM BETC CORRECTED
Statement Strikes at Root of Trouble
In Department Which West Said
Had Been Taken Out
- ef Politics.
. tt. Wlsner; of Oregon Cltr. recent
ty dismissed- from the position of
stale Superintendent of Hatcheries
by the State Fish and Game Commis
sion on. Friday Issued a remarkable
statement In .which ho detail, the In
side hlstoryjhat.Jed.io aboliahlntlh
office rllch waa created for him. Ho
aerved less than two months. Mr.
Wlsner bat had wide experience in
Huh culture and his dismissal bas
caused much unfavorable comment
directed at the state administration.
H!a atitement strikes -it the root o
the evils that are said to atill exist in
the State Fish and Gamr Commission,
notwithstanding the promise of Gov
ernor West that the commission bad
'-een takrn nut of nolltlcn
The statement In pan folio wt:
Having been dismissed from - the
service of the State Board of Flbh
and Game Commissioners without any
exoneration or any statement to the
public, I feel called upon to sketch
for my friends some of the condition
Incident to my appointment, service
The present governor's proposal
of the commission plan, which I be
lieved to be giving- fine results else
where, gave me confidence in his de
sire to try to get results. I forwarded
my application to him and later went
to see him. About all I got out of
him waa that he knew "all about thla
flab business and game business, too."
My ten years' of studying "this flsh
business" made me think him a re
markable man and I accepted the in
vitation to bo present that night when
the proposed Commission law was
gone over. I left the meeting; wilt,
the Impression that he did not know
"all" about fish-culture but with the
belief that bo was sincerely Interest
ed. Waiting- until tlie legislature bad
adjourned I went' to see him again
with the view of telling him of aome
policies which I believed the work
needed and hoping he would surest
them to the Commission. The im
pression I gained waa that he felt bo
had no further responsibility tn the
Clinton Is Elected.
After the Commission had organis
ed it elected R. E. Clanton to the pool
tlon in question. Immediately upon
hearing of his election I wrote him
a letter of congratulation.
On the evening of May 24 I waa
notified to meet a committee of one
appointed by the Commission and up
on doing so waa Informed they had
provided the position of "State Su
perintendent of Hatcheriea" and of
fered It to me. After talking over the
matter I slated that I could not ac
cept -iO position unless I could meet
the Commission and have the oppor
tunities for misunderstandings clear
ed up. Thia waa agreed to and I went
to Portland the next morning, finding
the Commission In deep trouble. .
It appeared they had mado the posi
tion and offered It to mo without the
knowledge or consent of Clanton. Up
on learning conditions ho hastened to
them and entered a very spirited pro
test, threatening hla resignation. Al
though I had reported to the hotel at
9 a. m., he kept them until 11:30, and
they wore a sorry looking outfit when
I met them.
Ignoring the fact that I had made
It plain I would not accept without
explanations, they said they thought
It best we should talk tulnga over.
It was brought out that they had
made two departments, placing Fin
ley at the head of one and Clanton at
the head of the other. They wanted
a superintendent of hatcheries to act
In conjunction with these two man.
My questlona elicited that the heada
of the departments were, respective
ly, to be held responsible In all mat
tersadoption of methods, employ
ment of labor, purchase of supplies,
etc. I asked If I was wanted purely
In an advisory capacity to which they
assented. I then atated that I would
not handicap the work and could not
accept without first talking with Clan
ton to ascertain his attitude towards
me. This was finally agreed to. v
Goes to Astoria. .
The. 8unday evening following my
appointment I went with Clanton to
Astoria. In the meantime I talked
with him aeveral times. He told mo
he could see that I could be of great
service. to both Flnley and himself.
On the trip to Astoria he explained
a good many things of interest to me.
In telling me of hla appointment he
dwelt on the strong support given
him by West even to the extent of
building up assurances for him In the
papers. I told him I was surprised
.he had secured Cranston's support
He explained that he had done aome
thing for Cranston's section of the
state and that be was absolutely sure
of him. I had heard rutnora that" thd
Pendleton branch of the Insane Asy
lum had Influenced Cranston , also
that the requirement that two East-J
em Oregon men should be appointed
on the Commission might have pleas
ed him. I had not, however, thohnht
much about anything of the kind until
then when I remembered how West
and Clanton had both, presumably,
fought this, and Clanton's vivid por
trayal of how Eastern and Bouthern
Oreon men always stand as a unit
against the rem of the state made me
a bit siispicioiiH.
Ignored By Canton.
After the Astoria trip Clanton told
me Flnley wanted me to help him
MAJORITY OF SIGNERS OF AP
PLICATIONS VANISH DUR
RECRUITS GOING ON BIG SEA TRIP
Officers Are Not Discouraged And
n Will Try to Get Full Complo. .
ment of Men on Raturn
Recruiting officer. Lieutenant W.
E. Bouscher. of the Oregon Naval
MHIUa, assisted by L. J. Wolff, lieu
tenant Commander; B. L Norden,
Lieutenant, and Chief Yeoman J. A.
accepted twelve of the forty -five who
aigned for the Oregon City division.
When the officers called for the oth
ers they had disappeared and not a
trace of them could be found.
The examining board waa assisted
by Dr. Meissner, of Oregon City, and
lieutenant W. K. lgus. The twelve
who were examined and sworn In will
report to the deck officer on board
the Cruiser Boston Tuesday evening
before 8 o clock for duty and will par
ticipate In the cruise. After the
cruise arrangements will be made for
drill at Oregon City, the first enroll
ment being tbo nucleus of a future
Those enrolled Friday night are
as follows: Harry Y. Miller. Joe Al
len, Gilbert P. Morris. Clayton Frey-
tag, Iieslie D. Henry, Earl W. Burke.
Charlea F. Beatle, Carl Larsen,
George H. Johns, Lyle Kellogg and
Tbo boya who enlisted are wonder
ing what happened to the thirty or
more who disappeared. The result
Is not aa encouraging as the number
of slgnaturea to the original applica
tion would warrant, bnt the officers
are hopeful that the fall complement
will be enrolled aoon. .
The physical examinations in the
naval branch of the militia are more
strict than In the Guard, but both are
thorough. A healthier lot than those
enlisted would be hard to find, all
having good records. It la thought
ibat-he examinations frightened, sev
eral of the young men who disappeared.
OF HILL BURGLAR
County Assessor Jack has been a
victim of thieves aa well aa other
residents of the hill, but the men who
visited his homo on Wednesday eve
ning was more successful than those
visiting the other homes recently.
Mr. Jack is bemoaning the loss of
some of bis nether garments, which
had been left on the clothes lino.
During the early part of the evening
Mr. Jack suggested to his wife that
It would be a good idea to have the
clothes brought in, but she said that
as long aa there waa a policeman on
the hill she thought the "wash" waa
safe. Aa a consequence the clothing
waa left out. and Instead of Mr. Jack
wearing the garments, aome "Weary
Willie" la disporting in them tn the
hlghwaya and byways,
WOMEN'S REST ROOM
TORE III COURT HOUSE
The County Court, at a meeting
Friday afternoon, set apart the base
ment room in the northeast corner of
the Court House for nee aa a rest
parlor for women. The action was
taken at the request of Mesdamea
Zumwalt, Ebjr and Shank, represent
Ine. the Woman'a Club. A new floor
will he built, tad the room will he
refurnished. For more than two
years the club haa furnished a rest
room In the Masonic Temple building.
This had to be vacated because of a
lack of funds, and the business men
were appealed to to help the club out
Finally It was decided to ask the
County Court for quarters tn -..the
Court House, and the court by a unan
imous vote agreed to give the club the
use ?f the room. Many women from
the country come to the city to shop,
and the parlor Is supplied chiefly for
their benefit. Mrs. . David Caufleld.
president of the club, suggested the
Idea of asking the County Court for
8ues For $164.73.
A. Robertson bas filed a suit against
John Montgomery and wife through
his attorneys C. D. and D. C. Latou
rette for the collection of a bill
amounting to $1(14.73 and with Inter
est at the rate of 6 per cent per an
num alnce August 31. 1905. together
with costs and disbursements.
Patronize our advertisers.
FORMER PRESIDENT DECLARES
OBJECT WAS TO DEVELOP
WITKKS MAXES PLEA FC2 TO
Man Who Organized Trust Says Gee
many 'Can Sell on Pacific
Coast For Loo Than
NEW YORK, Aug. 4. Charles M.
Schwab, now a competitor , of the
United States Steel Corporation, to
day revealed that corporation before
the House committee of Inquiry aa the
child of hla own brain, reared by 1.
P. Motgau, with tho-acqw
since regretted, of Andrew Carnegie.
.Mr. Schwab pictured the Steel Cor
poration as a legal organization, not
formed to curtail output restrict com
petition or maintain prices, but to de
velop the ateel Industry of America.
Aside from reciting the Inside his
tory of tbo origin of the Steel Corpo
ration, be gave the committee much
Information relating to traffic mat
ters, ore properties and steel manu
facture r a.
The witness denied that the recent
Brussels conference of steel manu- .
facturers of the world had anything
to do with fixing price.
Representative Sterling, of Illinois,
led Mr. Schwab Into a general discus
sion of the tariff on steel, particularly
aa to the relations of the business In
this country and Germany.
"The real purpose of the tariff on
steel." Mr. Sterling suggested, "la to
protect you from the home market.
You say you can manufacture rails as
cheaply aa Germany, and you atill
have the advantage In that they must
transport to our market."
"Yes, but Germany can now trans
port to our Pacific Coast for less than
than we can ship from Pittsburg to
the Coast," said Mr. Schwab.
WOMAil CUIIRED BY
BLAST ASKS $1,009
Mrs. Nancy Anderson, of Barton,
through ber attorneys, C. D. and IX
C. Latourette. filed with the County
Court a claim Friday for $1,000 for
personal damagea. Mrs. Anderson
alleges that ahe was seriously Injured
by gravel hurled by a blast several
months ago. Jhe charge Is aaid to .
have been placed by road aupervlsora
ii a gravel pit near the homo of Mra.
Anderson. , She alleges 'that mlseilea
were hurled through the window of
her house and several of them struck
her on the side. Injuring her severely.
The court will make an Investigation.
V(M!1f II Flf E SCE
HURLED BY BLAST
Several men employed by the Haw
ley Pulp ft Paper Company narrowly
escaped Injury Friday when shattered
stone was burled Into tbo enclosure
where they were working by a blast.
set by employes of a telephone com
pany. The men were blasting holea
for telephone poles When the show
er of rock began falling they made a
rush for a building and not a one waa
Injured. Chief of Police Shaw was
summoned and cautioned the work
men for the telephone company re
garding blasting within the city lim
its. It was alleged that the blast that
endangered the mill employes was not
MOLALLA GRAY GE TO
HAVE ITS FINEST FAIR
" W. W. Everharl," of Molalla,' waa In
this city on business Friday In con
nection with the Molalla Grange Fair.
which will bo held on September 23.
The fair last year waa a great credit
to the Molalla country. More than
1.000 persona attended and the exhibi
tion was the finest ever held In that
part of the county, and those having
charge of this year's fair promise
even a better display. The Molalla
band has been engaged to furnish the
music and all kinds of sports. Includ
ing races, tug-of-war, and greased pig
will be on the program.
The following committees have
been appointed: Arrangements -J.
W. Thomas, O. N. Daugherty and W.
W. Everhart: stock. O. V. Adams;
sports. J. If. Cole; agricultural and
horticultural department, O. R.
Daugherty; refreshments, H. N. Ever
hart; fancy work, MlHsKate Adams;
Juvenile, Mra. R. P. Mackrell.
T R D C3T
If you attend the Shirtwaist Dancing Party at Busch's Hsll this
evening, glvsn by John Busch and F. L. Hogg, you are assursd of a.
good' time. .
(Continued on Page 3.1
Gentlemen 75 cents.