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VOL 'J No. 32.
OREGON CITY, OREGON. -TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1911.
Pkb Week. 10 Cejto
RISC ESTABLISHED I
"ROLL OF HONOR"
SPECIAL OFFER GIVE ALL
CHANCE TO CO TO FRONT
IN BIQ CONTEST.
RINGS ARE ON DM
Contcitanta, Daalrlng to Hold Votaa
In Rosrve, Should Turn In Sub
scriptions Raca Grows
Tli double vote offir that baa been
In ifiwl for iba paat week, and ad
illilniial special prlsea that will bo
si.rl.-tl to tba two candldatea who
(tun In Ilia largest numhor of aub
wiipilons between and Including
Thui "day. August 4 and Auguat 14. at
incut nmong lha candldatea and (heir
Ttii diamond rlnga whnh ara on
exhibition at Burmelster ft Andre
Mn' ntors ara aurely beautlca. Tha
mmlldntea and frlenda of tho ranrtl-ilitii-i
are requeated to call and In
iMrt thene, and-rhen decide If these
irlm aro worth an extra a (Tort
.lurlnic iha com I tin week. The rand
Mitici ntmuld not overlook tba fart that
hry are entitled to double tha num
ber nf votea that wora given on aub
siTiiiiliina at the atart of tha content.
Thin coming week ahnuld be tha
i.aruier una of tha content; and can-
lulu' who do not taka every ad-
.Hutiiin of thla IOlTBLK VOTK OF
i KU HI have no on to blame but
While the special offer of two
trV ago waa a good one thla one la
qnully aa good, taking Into conaid
rntn tha additional priiee.
Send In Subscriptions.
Almost dally a number of com
-In I iti are received at the Enterprise
fflre from peraona who subscribed,
md mm yet have not received the
No doubt randldatea are "holding
-iiIim rlptlona which will be turned In
nirr i in. Contestants ahould turn
hem In aa booq aa poanlble and can
iruln the vote certlflcatea If thav
lenlre to create a reaerve force of
vote that can be polled at any lima
lirfnre the clone of the con teat, but
'he ntitmrriptlnn ahould be turned In
The word of advice to the candl
te now la, do not let up for a sin-
le moment until thla apeclal offer
loae next Tuesday night, Auguat
II, then yon can take It eaay the fol
lowing week, but now la the time to
'rente a reaerve force of votea to hurl
t your rompetltora on the laat night
f the content. September I. that will
!lnre your name at the lop In your
unmet ana win win for you the
k-rund upright Kimball Piano.
Chance For All.
Imperially TOU who are at the hot
"in of the lint: Thla la your oppor
tunity. Laying- aalda tha noaalbllltv
f your overtaking the leadVr. your
hancen ara aa good If not better, to
ln one of the soeclal nrliea and at
the mime time acquire enough votea
to lure your name at the head of the
"i. Make a reaolva right now to ao
ifter votea In earneat: tour frlenda
III help you If you ahow them you
re going to make an effort Now.
hlle thla apeclal offer la In force.
your time to get buay. There la
"t a candidate In tha content but
who could pile up enough votea be-
'H-n now and S p. m., Auguat H.
to overtake the leadera If aha goea to
work with a determination to win.
ce what you can An now while the
double vote offer la In force, together
'h the apeclal nrlnen ITWO flKN-
' INK DIAMOND RIN08I. Some eon
'nnt la going to be the victor; why
Tim Content Kdltor cnnnrrafiilatak
thime who are In the lead, but at tha
"inie time warna you that othera are
'n irhe race and on the clonlnr nlirht
'f the content; September J, unless
mii Keep diligently after votea you
not occupy, that position.
G On "Roll of Honor" J
W Ore rolnir tn nnhllnti tha "Roll nf
honor" after the antra anectal vote
ifr In abrogated. See that your
nam. la Included, by doing good work
in now until 8 p. m., Auguat 14.
it win mean a whole kit to vou. aa
v"nr frlenda will know you are mak
'ng an effort and conaequently will
rally t0 your aupport. "Unto him who
wh nhnll be given 1 Thla hofta good
tn a content nr hi. n.inu t
'lomoimirate to your frlenda and ao-
""iinnncea that you are In earneat
"1 tlenlre their analatance they will
only too glad to help you. But
ant expect your frlenda to handle
Wnr campaign for you. they are buay
no lo.ibt! they will help by giving a
"ibncrlitlon. for tha aaklng. which
mcann V0TK3 TOR TOU and DOU-"l-K
VOTES from now until 6 p. ro
Haven, acrea. one-fourth ' mlU from
lectrlo line, 4-room hotiae, barn,
sicken houae, and yard, good , wall
"rt fine aprlng, three and a half acrea
,n Karden, fruit and berrlea; good
J"0 nd chlckena. Will take tl.COO,
""If canh. bala:cm to ault the huver.
TMn a on M.al . j
rm' ,,0Pa to the aouthwaat. Come
"l eea It. or call on ot addreaa
' " OREQON CITV. OR.
tephena BulMIng, Room 11.
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WIFE, SUING, SAYS
Georgia H. 8hepard has Died a ault
for divorce agalnat Fred D. Shepard
to whom ahe waa married In Portland
on June 27. 1904. Mra. Shepard al-
legea that her huaband treated ber
cruelly. She aaya he la a man ot
violent and ungovernable temper, and
la aubject to audden flta of rage upon
the allghteat provocation. He haa
curaed and abuaed her ahe aaya, and
haa called her vile namee.
About Auguat 15. 1910, ahe aaaerta,
ha Harked her with hla finta. and at
the aame time awore at her and on
July 1. 1911. while In the preaence of
othera. he threatened to throw her
Into the road, which greatly embar-
Mra. Shepard aaka that aba b al
loweri tn renume her maiden name.
Georgia It. Young. U. K. Leonard la
CATHOLIC KNIOHT8 PICNIC.
Mualo and Addroaaaa Faaturaa of Out
ing at Schnoora Park.
Tha nlrnlr nlven at flchnoor'a Park
at Willamette on Sunday by the Ca'h-
ollc KnKn'a waa a aeciaea aucce-".
tha faaturea waa tha babket
riinner. There were mualcal aeieo-S
tlona and addreeaea. The aiienaunre
waa large and everyone had a-good
m f m
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HUSBAND STRUCK HER
STANDING OF CANDIDATES IN CONTEST
MIS8 MYRTLE CROSS...- ...Oregon
MI88 ALLIES WARK Oregon
MISS LKNA STORY ...Oregon
MRS K. F. ZIMMERMAN Oregon
MIS8 TILLIE MEYERS Oregon
MISS EVA KENT. . Oregon
MISS ELLA WHITE Oregon
mao n nam JITHTIN Oregon
MISS LILLY LONO
MISS ANNA WOODARD
MISS EVA ALLDREDGE
CAr'DATES IN DISTRICT NO. 2.
o - ' Votea.
MISS JENNIE DIX ........Mttllno 8780
MISS ELLEN MOEHNKE Shubel 44124
MISS FAY BATDORF. Weal Oregon City ....;t... B038
MISS EDNA HUTCHINSON "ICahby . 7521
MIS MILDRED REAM .....Willamette 70250
MISS ADA CARE8 Sandy 2525
MISS LILLIAN HOLMES
MISS NORA KIMBERLY. . .
MRS. JULIA HOLT ....
MISS INEZ KNOX
MISS ELSIE 8HOBNBORN
MISS ETHEL CLOSNER...
MISS BLODWEN THOMAS
MISS MAY JOHNSON
MISS KTHKL DB BOK
MISS ANNIE QARDINER .......
MISS HELEN SMITH
MISS HELEN RABICK ;
MRS. DEI J A ROBERTS.....
MISS ROXY COLE
MISS VERNA MEAD
MISS HAZEL HUNOATE
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PERPETRATED BY WALT Ac DOUGALL
TIIATS WHAT THEY ALL SAY.
Every Lojy ui ( eosy except me !
IVn1!t only one esrollcn (ob
In 1 his bum Jurnpaslarasl can se
Tlie Jlicrs gel corn,! get tne cot f
rTirie it from rr Jam tlte only one -Wlio
liatnt timto even malte knock .
I hustle till rny worlt Is real I v clone
tKey ltroun J d-Iooliln'attlie
my doat to
eay anaps ,
IT iese Simple booLs fiave somehow copped)
1 I ml Jnt nlv done as well perhaps
I I I. I . !! 4 I I S 4 4
I Lellcve'geetnat clocli has tloppod I
I 11 . i . . I I
only one itiais worhln . believe
only guy tliat HAS to grind all
olhers merely lust from hlnetblhree;
that really cam s his
I II 4. I
I ii manes me so goicf arna Honed
jTo see the way tliese oil er tellers
III have To cjUM and rest mysell, byod ,
Before I do dnother stroke or work !
COUNCIL TO OPEN BIDS
FOR $21,000 BONDS
. The City Council, at the meeting
tomorrow night will open blda for
$21,000 bonda for the Improvement of
etreeta. Jhy wilt. tear 6 per cent
Interea:. payable aeml-annually, and
will be negotiable. The fact that they
will have the city back of them
makea the .bonda a fine Inveatment,
aad, Ii la believed, that tba laaue will
be takt-n up by realdenta of the city.
All blda received prior to B o'clock
tomorrow afternoon will be consider
ed. Tbe denomlnatlona will be from
$135 to 500, the majority of the lat
Among tbe a treet a to be Improved
with the money . obtained from ' tba
aale of the bonda are Twelfth. Cen
ter Prom Seventh to Ninth and Wash
ington, from Second to Seventh.
Honda for the Improvement of other
atreeta will be laaued In the near
future. Heretofore Oregon City
bonda have been In great demand,
and many Eaatern financial Inatltu
tlona have made blda for them. They
are laaued for ten yeara, but have
been redeemed long before the time
of expiration In tha paat. The excel
lent financial atandlng of the city haa
alwaya cauaed an unuaually big de
mand for the bonda, and It la thought
that there will be the aame demand
for thoae tor which blda will be open
ed tomorrow night. It la the desire
to give Oregon City realdenta the pre
ference In the dlapoaal of the bonda.
DISTRICT NO 1.
City . .LlZJL.. Slft
City ....i 30002
Oregon City 85G8
Oregon City 8936
Oregon City 1785J
..Vina UIU.Q ..,
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. Sprlngwater .
..Willamette . .
AND BEGGED SILENCE
WASHINGTON. D. C. Aug. 7.
Coplea of the letters written by Rep
reaentatlve. Lafferty, who formerly
practiced before the Laud office In
Oregon City, to Mlaa Florence Kubel.
and her father, 8. J. Kubel and Ku
bel'a letter to Lafferty were made
public for the first time today.
The letter Lafferty wrote to tbe
Waahlngton schoolgirl three' montha
ago reada aa followa
"House of Repreaentatlvea, Waah
lngton. D. C Dear Mlaa Kubel: Your
picture In the paper ao Impressed me
I hope I will get to meet you aome
klme. Pleaae overlook the unconven-
tlonallty of the request If you can. I
Inclose a card to the membera family
gallery, which I hope you will uae If
you ever have occasion to visit the
Houae. I happen to be a bachelor
without any family of my own. Very
-A. W. LAFFERTY."
Thla letter la In LafTerty'a own
handwriting and he now admlia Ita
authorship. About a week after the
letter waa written, S. J. Kubel, father
ot the girl, called at LafTerty'a office.
In a statement today, Mr. Kubel aald:
s '"When I called at LafTerty'a office
and confronted blm with hla letter,
he told ne with much wringing ot hla
hands and pleaa for consideration that
he did not write th letter, but that
he knew it bad been written by one
ot the young men In hla office. He
begged me to give the matter no pub
licity and told me what It would mean
to hla politically, If tbe matter
ahould be aired In the newapapera.
He aald he -would write me a letter of
apology. If I atayed In his office while
In a letter to Lafferty Mr. Kubel
"There la Juat one point regarding
which my mind la not euti -ely clear
and that la Just what aatlafactlon I
will demand from you If the matter
doea become public property, but you
can rest assured that If I deem fur
ther conference necessary, you need
not call at eltther my house or my
office. I will find you.
"In hla letter of apology, which la
contradicted by hla former atatement,
Lafferty in part aald:
- " 'The letter which waa Bent from
my office laat Saturday to your
daughter, Mlaa Florence Kubel, .waa
not written with my knowledge or
consent, but prepared by othera In
my office. When I learned that aame
had been aent, I ' regretted it very
much, and would before thla have
taken atepa to correct the matter It I
could have thought of anything I
could have done that would not have
further embarraaaed the young lady
It aeems to me that' I am the one
that haa gotten the worat of It by the
letter having been aent. It casta re
flection upon no one but myself.
While I am the one that haa suffered
on account of It, I will gladly do all
that I can to aettle the matter, and
If you will try to prevent any further
publicity being given me In regarda
to It, you will do roe a favor that will
not be forgotten.' "
' Judge Marrfae Couple.
Mlaa Ida Marlon and W. M. Bishop,
of Portland, were married, by Judge
J. IT. Campbell Monday.
BIG ROAD MEETING
TO BE HELD TODAY
COMMERCIAL CLUB WILL WORK
IN INTEREST OF CAPITAL
LARGE ATTENDANCE IS EXPECTED
Plan Is To Have Two Thoroughfaraa
Through Oregon City Other
A big meeting will be held at tha
Commercial Club this afternoon In the
Interest of the proposed Capital High
way. Tbe meeting will be called to
order at 1:30 o'clock. Plans for tbe
construction of the thoroughfsre
through this county will be dlacnaaed.
The meeting was called origlnally-to
outline a campaign for having the
boulevard, on tbe Eaat aide of tbe
Willamette River, but since the meet-
ng at Salem, at which the Highway
Commission proposed a loop system
with roads on both sides of the river,
all - efforts will be directed towsrd
having tbe work done ' as soon as
poanlble. plans also will be dlacuased
tor two routesone on tbe hill and
the other along Main atreet In Ore
gon City. Secretary Latourette, of
the Commercial Club, aald last night
that there would be a large atten
dance at the meeting today. Repre
sentatives from the following clubs
are expected to attend.
Sell wood Board of Trade. Milwaukee
Commercial Club. Oak Grove Com
mercial Club. Jennlnga Lodge Com
munity Club, Gladstone Commercial
Club, Commercial Club of Oregon
City, New Era Community Club, Can
by Commercial Club, Barlow Commer
clay Club, Aurora Commercial Club,
Hubbard Commercial Chib. Woodbura
Commercial Club, Oervaa Commercial
Club, Brook a Commercial Club, Salem
Commercial Club, Molalla Commercial
Club; Oregon Good Roada .Associa
tion, Portland Automobile Club.
COMPANY O IN CAMP. ..
Word waa received late last night
that ComrnrtJy G. O. N. G., had reach
ed Columbia Beach where It will
camp for two weeka. . About fifty
membera of the company were able
to go on the trip.
FALLS UNDER MOWER;
STOCKING SAVES FOOT
II. M. Duvall, of Eldorado, was ser
iously Injured at his home on Satur
day' while mowing hay. The horses
driven by Mr. Duvall became fright
ened, and the reins caught In the har
ness. As Mr. Duvall tried to climb
from the machine the horses started
to run, and the blade came tn
contact with hla foot. Had It not been
for the heavy woolen stocking worn
by him, which had become wrinkled,
his foot would have been aevered. A
tendon was frightfully lacerated, and
the foot was cut badly. The Injured
man called for help, and It was some
time before the horses could be re
leased from the harness and machin
ery. .-Mr. Duvall waa thrown under
the machine. He was brought - to
this city by Robert 8choenborn, and
taken to the office of Dra. Carll and
Melasner, where hla Injurlea were at
tended to, and waa later taken to the
Wild wood Hospital.
Two Couplss Granted Licenses.
The following were granted mar
riage licenses on Monday; Ida Mar
lon anl W. M. Bishop, of Portland;
Maud Ryan and H. Saunders, of this
THE LIFE OF
Having secured a reproduction of -'The Life' of
Moses" in SREELS eqaal to 5000 FEET OF FILM
of nearly 2 HOURS SHOW; we will exhibit same at
the Grand Theatre on the above date both afternoon
A GENERAL ADMISSION of 25c will be
. charged owing to an advanced price on the films.
JOSEPH B. MURDOCH
Rear Admiral In the
Unftnd States Navy.
CHILD EIGHT YEARS
OLD MAY BE TRUANT
County Superintendent of Schools
Gary Is In receipt of a copy of a let
ter from. Attorney General Crawford
to Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion Alderman, construing an Impor
tant feature of the truancy law. Chil
dren from nine to fifteen yeara of
age. heretofore have- been considered
amenable to the law. The Attorney
General, however, rules that the law
appllea to children who have passed
their eighth birth anniversaries and
that tbe "fifteenth year" la the year
between the fourteenth and fifteenth
The .letter follows:'. , -
""Replying to ytrars of this date, re
queating opinion or the expression
'between and Including the ages of
nine and fifteen yeara of age, as used
In Section 1. Chapter 243. General
Laws or 1911, I beg to say that aald
section reads down to and including
the phrase quoted:
'"Every parent, guardian, or other
person, In the State of Oregon, hav
ing control or charge of any child or
children between and Including the
agea of nine and fifteen years of age,
shall be required to aend auch child
or children to the public schools,"'
' "This aectlon Is very poorly drawn,
and the meaning is somewhat ambig
uous, but the general rule of construc
tion Is that If the meaning can be
deduced from the language of the act.
it must be construed accordingly, and
a child la nine years of age at the
ttnth anniversary of Ita birthday and
is fifteen years ot age at the fifteenth
anniversary of its birthday. It must,
also, be conceded that the ninth year
la the year between tbe eighth and
ninth anniversaries of . the child's
birth, and the fifteenth year Is the
year between the fourteenth and fif
"Therefore, assuming - that the
words 'including the agea' la Intend
ed to Include the ninth and fifteenth
years (and the section must be so
constructed, else tbe use of those
words would be surplusage), then the
act would cover the time, from the
eighth anniversary to the fifteenth
anniversary of tbe child's birth, and
such I am of the opinion Is the proper
construction of the act."
TOGO TOUCHED BY
HEARTY VELCOa" II
HERO SAYS HONOR CONPERRCO
ON HIM INDICATES FEELING
FIGHTER LS INTERESTED fl L7I
Admiral Does Not Think Aeroplane
Will Be Effective In War.
Banquets Do Not In
terest, Him. '
WASHINGTON. Aug. 7. A brlaf
speech, tbe first be has delivered la
thla country, was made by Admiral
Count Togo before the National Press
Club of Washington, tonight at tho
end of a strenuous day's program.
Following hla visit to the Naval
Academy at AnnflpAlls, the Jspsossei
visitor was the guest of Senator Knox
st a banquet at the Pan-American
Union Jjulldlng. Later he attended a
reception by the newspaper men. .
Tbe Admiral apoke In Japanese, hla
remarks bring Interpreted by Lieutenant-Commander
nsval aide. He aald:
"Since my arrival In thla country.
the President ot this great Republic
haa received me with the greatest
honor and hospitality, your Govern
ment haa extended to me Innumerable
courteslea, and your fellow cltlzena
have given me the most hearty wel
come. "All these, I dare say, are more
than I am entitled to, and I take them
as meant toward my auguat sovereign
and for hla subjects. Nothing pleases)
me more than to take borne the most
happy remembrances of my visit to
the United States. .,
"Gentlemen, may I aak to take tbia
opportunity to convey to your coun-
Ing of profound gratitude and high ap
preciation of their hearty welcome?"
Receptiona and banquets were not
exactly inviting to the Japanese hero.
who haa passed most of his 67 years
on the quarterdeck, and hla vlait to
the United States Naval Academy at
Annspolis was much more to his lik
ing. - -
me Aumiru is lo om snown j-
thing possible connected with the
Nsvy in his brief visit to this coun
try, and most of tomrorrow will be
passed at the Washington Navy-yard.
Through the Admiral does not be
lieve aeroplanea will do much dam
age In war, nevertheless he Is keenly
Interested In their development,
HILL MERCHANTS TO
ASK FOR P0LICEI1AII
Announcement wss made Monday
that several business men of the hill
section would attend the meeting of
the City Council Wedneaday night to
aak that tbe appointment of a police
man for that part of the city be
made permanent. One or two stores
on, the hill were robbed recently, and
the demand tor a policeman has be-,
come general. Several - members of
the council oDnoee the naming or a
policeman on the ground that It
would be an unnecessary, expense.
Mayor Brownell recently appointed
Jsck Frost to do duty In that aectlon.
subject to the action of the council.
The matter was considered at tbe
last meeting, but the vote wss a tie.
Messrs. Andresen and Holman were
absent and Mr. Burke did not vote.
Maccabees Meet Tonight,
The Knights of the Maccabees will
hold their first regular meeting since
the summer vacation tonight All
members are urged to attend.