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MOKNINQ ENTEKPKISE,. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1911.
L a t.w ayt we are aleae flvtof our oxfords and shoes away.'
f During oyf annual CLEANUP IAII wo art giving bargain U
thooo inai wn oieon up wr
It FlTTtO NOW WHILI Wl
ee Oar Bargain Shoe Window
spcnslon Bridge Cor.
Li .l I itltlu'l see old General
W f llllf fMllllllin
hud Vet-No; bo la lo retreat
vls. of Cama, waa la tbla
n Mn.htMiraor. of Eldorado, waa
! city in bualnoaa Tuesday.
L Jnrk Knotta. of Mullno. waa la
fity on -Tuesday visiting rela-
Hhank will loavo lo day fur,
tl, where she will apond aev-
iiiiiern. an attorney of Port-
was In thie city on logo! buBl-
L Margaret flrown baa gone to
liraih. wan., wnere a no win
Wit stsge will loo to tbo EloctrU
i h day at I o'clock p. m.
kil nccsner ana aon, or onuoei.
trannartlng buslnooo In Oregon
ilium Davis a well-known farmor
arim. msile a business trip to Or-
Jt liy uii Tuesday.
L Killih l)sweon will loavo on
Humlav for Ooldendale. Waab
I.- he visit frlonda.
Li Kate Porter will loavo tbla
uii fur Seaside, wboro aba will
tl a week at llotol Monro.
titer buy sugar now. It'a auro to
kIt. 17 pounds for 1, boat gran-
. iiiirria' grocery.
ami Mrs. Elmer May villa, will
Y nxliiy for tho mountains, wboro
sill ramp for several weeae.
t. NiiMh and family, after opendlng
ral ilnvi nicking blackberrira In
Liiiiiiiiinliis, bavo roturnod homo.
. ('. V. Vondorabo and children
Kinit lo Cannon Iieach. wboro
u- lumulns for sovoral wooks.
ucne ogle, of Molalla, waa In this
on Tuesday on his way noma
Portland, whoro ho recently un-
rni n surgical operation, and Is
E Jones, who haa been apondlng
nut week with hla wire and otnor
ivex at Newport, returned to Ore-
Clly on Monday,
liiinlo. of Portland, waa In this
on Tuesday on his way to Wll-
where he will enjoy tne mountain
nr l wo weeks.
ynn est hresd whv not tot Royal
kl? The best that money can
, t Harris' grocory.
is Kunnle Porter, alter enjoying
keek's stay at tho Hotel Moore,
iKide, win return to her nome in
rlty this evening. . .
HIlHin Msv haa returned to hla
tc In this city, after apondlng tho
week In the mountalna, where ha
iee 1 1 picking berries. .
r. mill Mn V. (1 Catiflttld. who
o been enjoying a two weeks' visit
their cottaia at Seaside, bav
limej to Oregon City.
r. himI Mrs. William Welsmsndel
e today for Cannon Heach. where
' will mienrt two Week a cam Din If.
Vnnroe Irish and aon. Jack, of
ion Hull, were In tMa city on bus!-
fr k. A. Hommer, formerly of Oro-
f t'ltv, has moved hla office to ltm
belt building, Portland.
FIIhs l'lrnlre rawain. nf thla cltV.
p luen elected teacher of the Linn
i Hi'tiooi. at a salary of t&O a month.
" school term will ha alv months.
iimeuclng about October 1.
Mrs. Clarence Farr and children,
'. II 1 11 1 Mrl IniftnK ruvannnrl and
' children, will leave today for Sea
l". where they will enjoy camp life
I lie una for two wooko.
II,. H. Alltrlnh nt r1aLml tlaalirhta
fven ttlny for a throe weeka' atay
w' t in park, where ho will enjoy
Htlnj Ami flahlnv II will ha ae-
iniliinli.il ,u MnuJ U.n nf TlM.
' VViihh., nnd will meet tho former
IVlleaiessen: L. A. Noble, 714 Main
rw't. his Just received from Wlscon-
i.iMi pounds new cheese,. cream,
'KB Hnil llnmnrirar IMiia fnr lunch.
Alvlii Mnduh), who has boon visiting
' i"iein it jsuw Era for several
VS. hna retiiim..! in Ar.imn Hltv
''. nd Mrs. Unduhl have been camp-
at New Rra for several weeks, but
v reinrned to their homo at Wood-
Mr Atld Mrl CVnlo rVnao. ttnl t a m.
hrt Vf irritiA t Maio.- rm wakara
'V Will rimn tttm aaiAral taraiawWgi
hflV Hon hv tatn. mnA ar.af . trt
ov flfhlnsT and hnrtlinav tn thm Ir1n
Tin Li thnlr UK. atla It I a o.rt1 ILf fol
" nionivti ili tm niio)
Nllt h Will Ks... WMMnr. 9 t1,lr
lin'W lull Kn VI limn
mc ii nd place of liiiBln,ess.
nariea Bchoenheln. whfl Is a mem
f the Arnold's show hand, haa
Ivml In tt,l i,.. t .i,t. 1.1.
... .a i.njr mr n vinil Willi lliv
Mr- an Mr- C. Schoenheln.
williimette. snd will join the cnrn.
w.,ii,iHny agAin next-week, lie
i nmrii uy i,eurs.n r
"ini uy iieursf? r.ni'-ii
I 'V r Mlnnesots, who Is also
nuer of the band, and Is a
Not al the Poiinlon.
moon in a nurry.
HAVE A PULL RUN OP SIZES.
- Oregon City
Why not Tbo Grand today
Drink Baxtlett Water. Sold by all
caroo, groceries ana aruggtata.
Deputy Bhorlff Miles will go will go
to Dover on business today
Mra. fjeorge Oulld, formerly Miss
llulda llolden of tbla city, but now of
Honolulu, If. I., and two children,
llulda Mary and Donald, who have
boon la tbla city for tho past two
months visiting Mra. A. llolden, moth
or of Mro. Guild, and sister, Mra. F.
W. Oreeoman, will loavo thla evening
for tholr homo. They will visit In
Ban Kranclaco for a few daya. and
will bo Joined at that pi see by friends
Deputy" Sheriff Mllee will go to Do
ver ob bualnoaa today.
An opportunity to aeo, today only,
at Tho Grand.
Good coffee and tea la our bobby.
Try oar 15c coffee and 60c tea. Can't
he-teat; Harris' grocer
Life of Moses today Tho Grand.
NAVAL RULE BROKEN -TO
HONOR SEA HERO
WASHINGTON, Aug. g (Special.)
Naval regulations of tho strictest
character were pur aside today when
Admiral Togo, as tbo nation's guest,
wa taken through Washington usvy
ysrd and allowed to make a complete
Inspection, A rule rigidly adhered to'
prohibits army or navy officers of a
foreign nation from oven entering a
United 8tateo navy yard. Admiral
Togo'a visit fractured tbo rule. It
"waa a personal compliment to Japan's
During tho Inspection tbo admiral
asked many queatlona and was much
Interested In everything bo saw. He
paid particular attention to tbo naval
gun factory. .
following lunch with Assistant Sec
retary of State Huntington Wilson.
Admiral Togo took an automobile ride
around tho cltjr and visited Congress.
PORTLAND, Aug. .(Special).
Jlenny Henderson ' and Pecklnpaugh
proved the undoing of tho Oaks In tho
opening gsmo of tho Heavers' return
to tho homo park today, and the lone
run scored through Chester Chad
bourne's daring base-running In the
first Inning brought homo tho honor
to Portland, 1 to 0.
Wolverton trotted out hia best bet
In tho pitching line, Harry Ablea, and
the big southpaw pitched a fine game,
but ho had bad luck In passing Chad
bourne aa first man up for Portland.
That worthy stole third In the most
daring fashion after Bheeban had ad
vanced him on a sacrifice, and Barry
had filed out to Zacher.
' Then "Roaring Hill' Rappa kissed
one for a ripping single past Wolver
ton and Chadbourno tallied the only
run of an exciting afternoon of base
ball. Pacific Coast League Portland 1,
Oakland 0: 8a n Francteco 9. Loa An
geles 4; Vernon 6, Sacramento 4.
Northwestern League Seattle 2,
Portland 1; Spokane 4, Vancouver 2;
Tacoma 6: Victoria 2.
American League New York 0-2,
Detroit 4-1; Washington 10, St. Ixnils
5: Philadelphia 4, Chicago 1; Cleve
land 6, Doston 8.
National League Iloston 0. Cincin
nati 3: Brooklyn 2, St. Louis 0; New
York 1. Chlcsgo S; Philadelphia 0.
Psolf o Cosst,
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Los Angeles ..
, . 68
Vancouver " .
Tacoma , . .
Portland , .
Victoria .. .
POPE DEPRESSED BY
ROME, -Aug . (Special). Vatl
ran Information today as to tho Pone's
condition is only tho diplomatic state
ment thnt his holiness naa snown no
noticeable Improvement, and despite
efforts to minimize tho serlonsness of
his condition. It la well known, that
the prlncesa of the church are deeply
It was authoritatively learneJ to
day that the Pontiff haa had more
Minting spells than have been an
nounced to tho public, and that his
spirits hsve been greatly affected by
his condition. He appeara greatly de
pressed and seldom smiles. Fears of
a fntul termination of his Illness are
growing every hour. ,
Admission 2Sc todny The Crsnd
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CABBAGE LEAVES IN HAT. I
, tuaalee Ussalro M.I I.M u
tmplro Mslai bl Eason la
strung f tb old fhlooed
stout of keeping bis bead cool
with a biiorb of rsbbago lesveo.
Before going on tbo field recent
ly he stuck a bunt b of cabbage
leaves uiiuVr bis rap. After Ibv
game ho said It wss tbo ouly
euro way to keep from getting
According to 'Kason, cabbage
leareo will retain moisture bet
tor than a damp rag or sponge
and keep the head cool.
"Homo years ago while 1 was
pitching for tbo Brooklyn club I
twirled a game la St. Louis on
the hottest day I over oipert
etwed In my life," said Eason.
"I kept my bead cool that day
by stk klug a UuiK-b of cabbage
leave under tuy rap. Several
of our niett wore overheated that
day. I pitched tbo entire game
and saw tbo other fellows drop
by tbo wayside. Pitching nine
Innings of ball with tbo temper
ature hovering around 94 la any
thing but a picnic. I can't Im
agine anything harder onlesa It
la umpiring tho gsnie."
H I II 1 1 I I I I I H H I I H II I I
FEAR OF COBB HELPS TEAM.
Opponents Beeemo Nerveue When He
Oats Into Action.
Take Ty Cobb from tho Detroit team
and It wonld have a bard time finish
ing In tbo first division, and this la not
eanWUna; In ihm L..t ,i ll. tlirr
members of that very good ball team.
But where In tbo history of baseball
baa there ever been a ball player to
compare with Cobb? There have been
others to show flashes, . others who
were brilliant In spots, but Cobb Is the
only one who la sensational every dsy.
and does more to win ball games for
his loam than any three other Indi
viduals on It. You may despise biin
liecause he Is alwaya making tbo other
fellows look foolish; you may charge
him with being Inflated over his suc
cess or what not, but you can't get
roond tho fact that his equal on the
ball field haa never b-n seen.
There have been other ball players,
there are some todsy, but compare
them, dsy In and day oat. with Cobb,
and they are not In the aamo class.
What la most reniarksblo about the
lad from (leorgla lo bis untiring ag
gressiveness. There Is never an Idle
TY on bb, prraorra wondkhfoi, oct
niLDiN. moment In a ball game for Cobb. . He
does not stop to rest on hie. laurels
nor stow down because a itiiuela won
or lost, but he Is alwaya la the game
from head to foot.
Cobb Is supposed to be playing in the
glicst class of baseball, and jet It Is
but seldom that he doea not show his
superiority over bit oppoueuts. - And
they realise bis prwes, too, for no
sooner Is he on t-'-lisses than the op
position Is on a t " "'in. He no soouer
faces a P'ti her i . hat worthy con
cludes thnt hp-T... JT.'ng a master at
the art.- Cobb helps hU bull team aa
much by the fear that , be creates
among the opposing team aa he doea
by hla actnsi nensatlonul performance.
Br-Vi rll- All BaM Plavsrs
Outfield ring Dodlo of tbo Chicago
America us baa five brothers, all ball
players. ' -.
An opportunity to see, today only,
at Tho Grand. " , .
. Epilepsy Victim Aided,
lassc Hennesy,. a' atranger In thla
city, on Sunday had an' epileptic tit
at Twelfth and Main streets. The
man evidently felt tho fit coming on,
and, calling for help, ran to the river,
where he bathed, his head. He fell
on the sand. Edward Busch, who was
on the versnda at the rer of tl )
Dusch hall, ran to Hennesy's assis
tance. Todd Hlnford and others aluo
assisted In relieving Mm.
pstrontre' rrnr advertisers
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Scotch Member d
Wecr ' Costume
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TThoto eopynaht by Anirrlcsn fress aaoclAtloo. loll. -
. A MKRICAN8 nsuslly regard tbo Scotch high la ad costume as fit only for
A4 a uias.uersde ball or the comic opera stage. Tbo cootnmo Is never
- seen here ex'-ept under such rlrcnmatsnceo or at a Scotch picnic
The man prone to play the bagpipes will naoelly doa kilt, tartan, aaab
and the oiber articles that form the picturesque highland garb as a pre
liminary to starting his droning and wheeling. But over In England It Is
different. Tho patriotic rVotrhmsn there wears the lilsarro outfit on all state
Ofcsnlons. The picture above shows Hootch members of parliament In a
London street, where tbey attract no more attention than any other per
sons, tholr bare kneee being accepted aa a matter of coo roe.
By EDWIN A. TYE.
THE WBEXL Or FORTUNE.
There Is uo such ihlug.
That Is lo suy. lu ibis well ordered
a nl rente what is kuowu ss luck I
mefely on uocldrn't.- Aud ereu as to
accidents the rule holds good that
Nothing hAiu-iis uIiIhiui vsuno.
To rely tiiu cbauce or luck Is to
rely usin sonieiblug that may never
Kveots lu this world are gpverucd
by I lie Inflexible rule of fixed laws.
There U n fute.
The primitive man believed In a tow
er bo could feel. I Kit wbos4 lawa be
could not understand. I Exhibition of
this iower be traced to self willed no
tions of some erratic divinity.
Therefore the consulting of albyla
and oracle by tlie ancleuta and. by
tbo same token, tho patronage of palm
ists aud fortune tellers by tbo moderns.
If yon merely hope for "something
to turn up" you are Indulging lu the
vsgariee of dreamland. . If you rest on
tbo ha sard of mere chance you risk
ruin. - .
Facts rule events.
If you fall do not rail at your luck
If yon. the captain on the deck of
Deatlny. run your resel on the rocks,
either It Is the fault of your charts or
your lack of seamanship.
If you gn adrift and without a
knowledge of navigation your bark
must liet-otue a derelict.
Heltef In luck ruins men.
Belief In !od. lu self. In Just and
righteous laws, makes tneu.
If you persist In dependlug upon
"slpus" and eril your future on the
jeopardy of simulation what may you
And note this:
The man who riska.bls fortune on
the turn of a wheel can bavo no rev
erent or trusting mind aud no proper
self respect, liecause he believes only
In "luck, and the god of luck will
betray lilm. . ,
He Is Ignorant.
The wise man believes In natural
reuses aud effects, natural lawa and
The following answers are taken
from a number collected by a teacher
In the Topetsn schools:
"A bltxtitrd Is the Inside of a hen."
"Oxygen Is a thing that haa eight
"The cuckoo never laya Its own
eggs. IndlniuiNills News.
' Of Course.
"Any suggestions as to the music for
tho dinner tonight?"
"Well, play fometblnr; loud with the
soup course. You qnlersfandT
Sstisfisd Hse Curiosity.
A girl, recently riding lu a street car.;
waa annoyed and made curious. Best
ed opposite her wss a man afflicted
with crossed eyes. The girl was pret
ty and knew It. She knew, too or
thought she knew that all men on tbo
car were looking at her. That la what
annov"d her. She was In doubt aa to
whether the cross eyed tnsn's ga)ie ws
fastened on her. That Is why ehe was
Curious. fie mny linvo been resd:ug
tho advertisements over her head. He
may have Iwen looking at the con
ductor on the rear platform. To sat
isfy her curbmlty the girl yawned. The
act Is as contagions as the messi.
She found out the man ws looking nt
ber. for he yswned too. -New York
fo'ronire our advertisers.-'
tike Comic Opera
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FRED CLARKE READ
X Manager Fred Clarke of the
; Pittsburg Pirates bad tbo unique
distinction of reading hla own
" obituary, gome overxenlous press
agent sent out the story by wire
' I from Pittsburg, and a Cleveland
- paier got out au extra on the
T sad announcement ststlhe that
as a result of being hit on the
I bead by a pitched ball be bad
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CLARKE OLDEST MANAGER.
Pilot of PiHsburg Nstionals Hss Been
In Harness For Fourtssn Years.
Fred Clsrke of the rittsburj.a b.i
been a major league mnnager for four
teen years and has developed some of
the 'greatest stars that the came has
He has won four pennants nud one
Starting nut as a rToccryman'a de
livery boy. he haa amss-d a fortune
and a worldwide reputat'on.
He owns a big ranch In Kansas
and aaya when bis baseball days are
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1 Photo by A marl can Prsae Aasoclatlon.
rmo cLiBif. rirrsarRoa' vrraaAtt mas-
subm AND VhkltU.
over be will go there to apend the rest
of his life.
During his entire career on the dia
mond Clarke baa been one of the lead
ing hitters of tbo game, and be has
an average of over .300 for fifteen
In 1807 be was second In the Na
tional league to Willie Keeler. with an
average of -.4061 ' -
"Swan" Social to be Given.
A aoclal -will be given by the Ladles'
Aid Society, of the Christian cliuicu
this evening. The affair will be term
ed "awap" social, and ,each one at
tendieg Is to bring an article wrapped
n ihit if mav not he distinguished.
The articles will he exchsnged every
fifteen minutes. There will be no au
ni..init mH a. nrnirram will be given
consisting of Bongs' by Mra. Fred
Smith. Mrs. Charlea Hsgeman, Miss
mi. in rrwn-a nlariatone nnartel. which
Is composed of Oarland and Homer
Ho) In well, , Victor Gault and John
MulVey, . -
Admission ;re today The ' Orand
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S;?ecJ Yooi? V4ac4ation
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Tht Pacific Ocean.
rirH eUss hotsJs, cottages and camps at Boaaldo and Gearbart. '
THE North Bank Road . ,
Rods fast trains through to tbo Beachparlor observation ears and
modern coaches. , . - ,
$4.00 dally, season limit 13.00 Saturday and Sunday, limit Monday.
Special folder will bo sent oa request, , ,
W. L Comah, G. F. & P. A, 5. P. & S. Ry.
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NATURAL HOT MINERAL
A PARISIAN CREATION.
One of tho Latest Medele
Tyrncd Out by Oeue.t.
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CHAsmsa rnoca: or black akd whits.
Pari haa gone mad this season over
black and white effects, and the all
white costume ohoes. bst. parasol and
gown la the laat cry at the French
racee, where Dame Fashion la set a at
her beet and smartest.
The costume pictured haa an over
drapery and bodice trimming of black
and white atrtped nlnon edged with
ball adorned Cluny lace, which den
tine also forms the klmouo waist. Tbo
underskirt of white chiffon la made
fluffy about the bottom with three
princess lace flounces. Tho girdle and
bow are of Mack velvet
Quean Msry's Earrings.
It la because Queen Mary is never
seen wlthoMt earringa that, so many
amart women of today are wearing
them. Her majesty haa a really fine
collection of theMo ornamenta. some of
which hre of great historic Interest
Many flue palra were bequeathed to
the queen by her late mother. Mary,
duchess of Teck. who also had a gresr
penchant for earrings. For day wear
tho queen usually favors abort ear
rings, generally of slngle-stoneo. wblcn
rest on the ear. but In the evening she
sdopts the picturesque long shape. Her
ears are pierced In old fashioned style,
and abe will have nothing to do with
the screw fastenings which are almost
universally used today. :
PLANNED TRUST JUGGLE
TO CREATE S50.000.000.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 8. (Special).
With George W. PerklnB, former
chairman of the finance committee of
tho United States Steel Corporation
on the stand, Chairman Stanley of the
House Steel Trust Investigating Com
mitter today produced a copy of the
minutes of the ateel corporatlon'a ex
ecutive committee ahowlng that in
March, 1902, Perkins proposed a plan
to raise $50,000,000 without coating
the corporation a rent.
This financial achievement waa to
have been attained by taking up about
40 per cent of the preferred stock, or
about l200.OQO.ooo. coating iM.noo,-
000 a year In dividends at 7 per cent
and to Issue Instesd 1250,000,000 of
second mortgage 5 per cent bonds.
Thla would have added $50,000,000 In
new money and would have resulted
in a saving to the corporation of f
600.000 a year.
There was nothing In the minutes
to Indicate that the plan had been car
ried through, although It apparently
metvwlth the approval of those pres
ent at the meeting. -
Perklna and the committee became
deadlocked over ' the insistence of
Chairman Stanley, of the committee,
that tho witnesa should answer ques
tions relating to his participations In
Read tha Morning Etjerprlse. ,
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Rheumatism Can be
Write For Booklet
Hot Lake Sanatorium
HOT LAKE. OREOON.
Orogon'o popular Beach Rseort
An Ideal retreat for outdoor pao
tlmeo of all kinds. Hunting, risking.
Boating, Barf Bathing. Riding, A ste
ins;. Canoeing. Dancing and Roller
Skating. Where pretty water agates,
moos a gatoa. moonstones, earnelana
can bo found-on tho beach. Pure
mountain water and the beat of food
at low prices. Fresh fish, clams, crabs
and oysters, with abundance of vege
tables of all kinds daily.
Camping Qrounds Convenient and At
tractive. wth strict sanitary regulations
LOW ROUND-TRIP SEASON
from all points In Oregon, Washlng-
ton and Idaho on saJe dally.
from Booth era Pacific points Port
land to Cottage Grove; also from all
C. Jt E. stations Albany and west
Good going Saturday or Sunday and
for return Sunday or Monday.
Call on any 8. P. or C. a E. Agent
for full particulars aa to farea, trains,
schedule, etc; also for copy of out
Illustrated booklet. "Outing In Or
gon," or write to
GENERAL PAS8ENGER AGENT. -Portland
Bual Brothers were cutting oats last
Tho Maccabeea met laat Saturday.
A grange meeting waa hold laat
Mary Sullivan left for Portland laat
K party waa hold at Mr. Cummins"
Mra. Lauer, of Portland, has been
visiting ber alster, Mra. Hettman.
Born, to Mra. Cook last week, a
Mr. and Mra. Battemlller wore In
town last Wednesday.
Mra. Keller, of Mllwaukle. waa in
Oregon City last week, visiting her
brother. . "
Rained enouh Monday, August 7, to
lay tho dust
A number of persons from here are
camping at Wilholt Springs.
Clay Larktna and wife, of Salem,
have been visiting hla parents, Mr.
and Mrs. I. D. Lor kins.
Mra. Hattle Myers will leave Aug
ust 12 for Iowa to visit her alster.
She will be gone a month.
The Marquam brass band haa re
organised with fourteen or fifteen
pieces. J. Parvln la instructor.
There will be an Ice cream social
and entertainment at the. .hall, Friday
The Sklron Brothera have bought
a new threashing machine.
Why not The Grand today.
HIGHWAY STRIKES POPULAR CHORD
(Continued from page 1.)
laat Thursday had opened tho eyea of
the residents of the county to the
benefit to be derived from tho capital
highway, and urged that construction
work be starred at once.
The meeting probably waa the most
enthusiastic held In Oregon City In
recent years, and that the residents
of thla county will furnish all the
money necessary for building the road
and give other aid la asurod. The
meeting was called originally to de
vIro means of obtaining the thorough
faro on thla side of the river. How
ever, after it waa decided at the Sa
lem meeting to have a loop thorough
fare It waa considered advisable to
bold tne meeting ann arrange pians
for the beginning of the work at the
earliest possible time. That land
valuea will enhance aa a result of tha
plan to build the boulevard la the be
lief of the residents of this city, and
a real estate boom along the proposed
routes Is expected.
5 Reels of The Grand today.
Four Coupleo Granted Licenses.
The following were granted mar
riage licensee by - the; county clerk:
Vesta B. Miller and Fred H- Wedd'e.
of (US East Ash street. Portland:
Evelyn Earnest McFayrlen and Louis
Robert Johnson, Twelfth and Mar
shall streets; Claudia J. Tyler and
A. R. Febore, 117:1 Horthwlck street.
Portland: Emms Evanovleh snd K. 3
I Dunn, 28 S-4 Third street Poril--