MOW C WEATHER INDICATIONS. Mi KPKB-S.E TH enly dally newspaper i v twssn Portland and Sateen; lata in a vary auction ef CUana nu Cewnty, vWth a peptriatle 9f 30,000. Ara yaw an advsrtlaerf ,. Oregon t;ny fair; norinwwi, trly wind ' Orgon-Falri wind mostly .....) tiaarl -fl u u u u u WEEKLY ENTER PR ISC ESTABLISHED I5GG VOL 2 No. 31. OREGON CITY, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1911. Pn Wbi, 10 Ckxtj nnni TOO MANY BROTHS SPOIL THE COOK. STREET BOi 'DS GO TO LOCAL BANK nGIITIMFO il DANIEL GUGGENHEIM. HARD. FOR RINGS II Member ef Mllilenaire PaAwly Interested In Alaskan Claims, ANDIDATES WORK IGHEMRM bNLY FOUR DAY! LEFT Of GREAT DOUSLE VOTC OF. FIR IN CONTEST. m is time to cmr ballots onuatants Urged Ta Maha Final Effort Ta Obtain Vetaa Whlla Proposition la In Effect - Only four mora working days re- Lln of tha DOUnUB VOTE offer t liaa been In effect sine August 1 snd the raaulla obtalnad will go r to determine, who tha winners pf ii Enterprise grand prise vot I n g niritt will ba on tba night of Bep- k'tnltrr 2. . Are you figuring to have your name liioounced aa on of tba lucky ones that night If ao you should lake -every moment of tha time be lt ren now and tha cloalug night of DOl'BU? VOTE- offer count Since tha announcement of tbl -ll offer nearly every candidate L started to work with renewed ilvlty and great reaulte ran be Lked for before August 14, the night tils special offer closes. Thursday, Friday," Saturday and mday snd then you wilt receive ly hlf the number of votes on sub- rrlpilons that you arc receiving dur- this special offer i week. If you are figuring on having your im announced with tha winning knrildslrs on tha night Of September don't you think It worth your hlle to mak another determined hurt? tra Prliaa Tueaday. The winners of the two diamond ins thst ar to be named nest Tues- ky Is snotber festnre to account for activity In subscription getting irlng (be past week. Think of what two or tar nva- tr subscriptions would Incraaaa tir vole total at tba present time. would place your name far ahead other candidates In your district. M no doubt be tba means of having Jmr name announced aa winner of i of the diamond rings, but also grand upright Kimball piano that ill be awarded to aome contestant your district on the night of Sep "ilier I , . Oiiulldates nave held their vote 'sis very good so far, and one more l 'effort before the DOUBLE )TE offer cloaea will secure enough te to make them feel that they Kve ss good a chance (If not better) .in any competitor In their res pec- he district. Uenty four Days Mora. The time before the close of the utest la growing vary short, and does not seem reasouable that any ntlidate ehould aacrlflce . the good rk of the paat for a few mora day a strenuoua work. A race la never t until the finish and who can tell P" may be the victors If they make other try? Start today, NOW. and make one effort, before thla offer of DOU- ll-E VOTES cloaea. . Over 60.000 votes were polled alnce IhhI count, and of thla number ins Mildred Ream, of Willamette, t the largest amount. Miss Pay Mdorf. of West Oregon City, Miss "is Hhoenborn, of Carus , Miss Melon berk, of Stafford, and Mrs. M. T. ck, of Canby, all made good show- K. lu District No. 1 while all- the can tHtes are apparently Testing on lr oars,"' It does not ' necessarily Knlfy that they are not doing their "t to take advantage of every op- Ttunlty before the DOUBLE VOTE 'T closes. The four leaders of that "irlrt are working Incessantly, aa ' totals accorded each one will "w when the winners of the DIA- ONI) KINO prises are determined Ml Tuesday, August IS. The mansgement of The Enterprise is very sorry to lesrn of the accl nt that befell Mrs. Thomas, mother Miss Illodwen Thomss. of Beaver reek, one of The Enterprise contes- "lls who waa anrlniialv. In lured last londay. Mrs. Thomas waa accom nled by her daughtere when the ilmnl attached to the .rig, for some faaon, collapsed, and when she at ""Pled to alight from the rig, broke Mrs. Thorns. Is now at the Wild- d Hospital at Oregon City, and IS hODed hv hf tinat nf fvlanrfa that fl Hay ba ahla tn luv. kafnra man .0. ASKS SEPARATE FUND f 0 KEIfTS Messrs. D. K. Bill, H. 8. Clyde and Psddock, representing Meade t. Qranil irm. D.r...kll on Mflnesdsy asked the County Court to "" s separate fund for -Indigent eterana tv. . . n the fund next year, with th pro- -"i mat ir U were found to be aatlsfactory than the present a iRement, It would be discontinued, he nilir.n, m t ... ' . II, . i una iur toe T.i.rui, pill orC"nnl ,,0(, on-ntn ot pne " mill. Is nnw annnll frnn thai lnrSl fnnrf . (, i ot amount suppuea lrnn I " ,b0Ut 800' 0r" C irOwnll . . . . i -. , -iijiiuQ me commuine, p,',rnise otir dvenlsers. MRS. THOMAS BADLY . HURT WHILE DRIVING Mrs. K. Thomas, a well-known resi dent of Beaver Creek, auatalned a fracture of ber left leg Monday. Mrs. Thomas ws on ber way to thla city with her daughter, Mlsnflilodwen, when the horse they were driving felL Mrs. Thomss Jumped from the buggy, fesr Ing the animal would run away. 8be alighted on her feet, her left leg sus taining moat of her weight Miss Thomas remained In the buggy and waa not Injured. Rhe hastened to the home of August Splinter at Maple iJine, where she aummoned Dr. It. 8. Mount of thla city, who arrived 20 minutes after the accident and took Mrs. Thomss to the .Wild wood Hos pital' In this eltr. where Dr. B. A. gommer, of Portland, and Dr. Mount, aet the leg. Although Mrs. Thomss la 83 yeara of age, she Is, resting eaay. BEARD NEARLY LOSES LIFE WHILE FISHING William Beard, one of the leaders In the upbuilding of Oregon City and Clackamas county, csme near loaing hla life while fishing Tuesdsy after noon In the Clackamaa River near aher It Mnara Intn the Willamette. Mr. Beard waa alone, and but for hla remarkably preaence or mind would have been drowned. He had waded a considerable distance In the atrearrt when he waa atruck by the atrong current and swept off his feet. Bat tling with the current be managed to draff hlmaelf to ahallow water. Where he found refuge In aome bushes. It was aometlme before he recovered hla etrength efficiently to make hla ii tn ahore. . Mr. Heard wore rub ber boot a. and bad all the parspher-J nana neceeasry w eum-vnaiuuj muti late laaak- Wslton. Couple Qrsnted License. Mabel F. Hlnthorn and Perry M. Anderson, of Katacada, were granted a license to marriage Wedneaday. The former was under age, and her moth er. Mrs. Clara Jllnthorn, gave her con sent. i. ... Hiioacrlbe for the Dally Enterprise STANDING OF CANDIDATES IN CONTEST - . CANDIDATES IN MISS MYRTLE CROSS Oregon City MISS ALLIE WARE Oregon City , MI8S LENA 8TORY Oregon City MRS. E. F. ZIMMERMAN. .Oregon City MISS TILLIB MEYERS.... Oregon City MISS EVA KENT Oregon City MISS ELLA WHITE. Oregon City , MIS8 RQ8B JUSTIN Oregon City MISS LILLY LONO Oregon City MI8S ANNA WOODARD Oregon City MISS EVA ALLDRBDOE ...Oregon City CAN DATES IN w 'a MISS JENNIE DJX .'. ..Mullno MISS ELLEN MOEHNKB ...Shubel MRS. M. T. MACK Canby MISS ADA LA KIN .Mllwaukle MISS FAY BATDORF MISS EDNA HUTCHINSON. ... .. ' miss jrNLDRED REAM. MISS AAA CARE8. i MI88 LtALlAN HOLMES MISS NORA KIMBERLY ..nonng MRS JITI.IA HOLT Oak Orove MISS INEZ KNOX........; Boring MISS EllE SHOENBORN......Carua MISS ETHEL CLOSNER, ....... . Sprlngwater ..... MISS nLODWEN THOMAS Beaver Creek .... MISS MAY JOHNSON Clackamaa MISS ETHEL DE BOK MISS ANNIE GARDINER MISS HELEN SMITH MISS HELEN RABICK MRS. DELIA ROBERTS MISS ROXY COLE MISS VERNA MEAD .. . MISS HAZEL HUNOATE w ! 1 U (J IiniUU nw4iva-usesasi .- ..- " . I Ow,,w''1 LAFFERTY WOULD WED HIGH SCHOOL GIRL WASHINGTON, Aug. I. (Special.) Congreaaman lnery, who' wrote to Mfaa licence KuSei, after seeing her picture In a newspaper, believes that what he calls a "spirit of chival ry' . has been mlaunderatood. He merely sought aa introduction In an unconventional way, according to his explsnstlon, and now finds himself In the spotlight of publicity from one end of the country to the other. Mr. Lafferty formerly practiced law be fore the Lnad Office In Oregon City. Kubel Is withholding letters In which Lafferty pleads not to make public that he wrote to hla daughter. It Is reported thst Lsfferty s Infatua tion led blrOvto make trips to the Eastern high school at dismissal time until he got to know Miss Kubel by sight. Concerning the report from Port land that letters similar to the one aent by Lafferty to Mlaa Kubel had been received from him by school girls In Portlsnd. Lafferty aald to day: "I don't think I have written any schoolgirls there. Still I jnlght have sent some House gallery tlcketa to them. If I did they were all to wo men I know. I have never attempted to make acquaintances there In the manner I did In the case of Miss Ku bel." It Is said that Lafferty Is really In fatuated with Mlsa Kubel. and la ready to prove his sincerity by mar rying her. Kubel aald today: -All I care to say Is thst Lafferty ta a poor liar. When I became aware that my daugh ter had received a letter from this man, I went to hla office and showed him the letter. I Intended to trounce him. but he pleaded so hard I could not hit him. Bealdes, he denied then thst he had written the letter, blam ing It on the boys In hla office. ' I never - believed that, but alnce then he has admitted It waa a lie." It Is reported that several of Miss Kubel's schoolmalea to whom she showed Lafferty's letter have written to him. Lafferty denies this, but la authority for the statement several women have railed him on the tele phone and aaaured hlra "they would stick by him," whatever that may mean. -"Many representatives have been In to assure me they would stand by me In this matter," aald Lafferty. ...,' . ., . DISTRICT NO 1. Votes. ' 3G524 , M2HQ , 82151 , 30002 , 41060 , 36412 , 3626 , 6546 MSGS . . 3036 17852 DISTRICT NO. 2. Votes. - 9191 . 45181 56934 18990 60460 7621 80290 I... .4... , , West Oregon City .Canby Willamette ' Sandy .....;.. 2525 8andy 12211 2508 7638 6430 26461 7179.) 56665 8670 6742 50405 06461 50631 6050 SS01 36195 Wlliametie IMlllllMI Muldrum w.. Canemah Stafford ...... i ....... . Jennings .Lodge Molslls Gladstone ., i ; Mofalla 7813 W WITH WOMAN ! SOUh'DLY THRASHED A 11-dressed young man was severely thrashed at the corner of Eleventh and Msia streets about S o'clock Wednesdsy afternoon. A good-looking woman, a few yeara the former's senior, watched the admin istering of the caatlgatlon. which waa done by a man about forty yeara of age. Whom they were, the reason for the corporeal punishment, and where the trio went are not known. The young man and woman were seen on the corner about 1 o'clock in the af ternoon. They went away, but re turned about : twenty minutes later, and waited on the corner until a car Xrom Portland t approached. Prom that-ear, with wager sad .determina tion writ all over hla face, bounded the man of forty. He didn't say a word. In fact be did not have time, ao busy did he become In sbout a second pommelling the young man. The woman screamed and pleaded for the victim, but thla hadno effect on the Infuriated man. He knocked the other- one down, kicked him several times, and tben Instructed the woman to follow him. This she refused to do, but all disappeared almost In a twinkling, the young man running as fsst as he could In the direction of Gladstone. T OFFICERS ARE NAMED FOR SANDY ELECTION The County Court on Wednesday appointed P. a Gray, Percy D, 8helly and Casper Junker, judges, and R. Esson, Oscar Dahlgreh and Edward S. Bratla, clerks, of the election to be held at Sandy on Auguat 26 to pass upon the question ot Incorporation. The polling place will be In the Com mercial Club's headquarters. Many of the cltlsens of 8andy favor Incor poration In order to obtain better police protection. They are repre sented by George C. Brownell. One or two new saloons will be opened In the town soon, and It la the desire to Incorporate the city before they are opened. The present system of polic ing the town is ssld to be inadequate, and it Is contended that proper pro tection can only be obtained by mak ing the town a city. HISS KIDDER GIVEN .FAREWELL SURPRISE A . plea santfa re well surprise party was tendered Miss Melba Kidder at her home on Molalla avenue, Tues day evening, by a number of her young friends. Miss Kidder waa as sisted n the entertainment of her guests by Mrs. Clarke. Dainty re freshments were served. The eve ning wss devoted to music and games, and a most enjoyable time was had. The following were present: Misses Loretta Raber, Iva Bluhm. Helen Ely, Alta Llnten, Etta Long, Dorothy La tourette. Nina Williams, Helen Ba ker, Melba Kidder and Verle Trlmblu, Messrs. Fred Yoder, Joe Allen, Clyde Green, Charles Beatle and John Beatle. HARRY CLARK IS RELEASED. Man Arreated at SquaWa Heme , Warned Not to Offend Again. Harry Clark, the halt breed, Gus Wlnesett. and another white man, who were arrested on - Tuesday eve ning at the home of Mollle Clark, an Indian woman, on the. South End road on a charge ot being Intoxicated and disorderly. Were released Wed nesday by Deputy Sheriff Staats. They were told by the Deputy Sheriff thit if Ihey were again arrested they would be given severe punishment. Hose Compsny to Hold Meeting. ' A special meeting of the Green Point Hose Company will be held tonight at 7:30 o'clock. By, order Jack Gloanaon, Secretary. . Pntrmvte ur adverttswr. issue. or $2Urje is taken at PAR WITH ACCRUED INTEREST. OU Of STREETS STARTS TODAY Ordinance Rsgulstlng ' "Near Beer' Placea le Passed Protsst Is Msde Agslnst Assessments. The City Council, at a meeting Wednesdsy night, accepted the ld of the Bank or Oregon City for $21. 367.36 street Improvement bonds. The bank agreed to take the entire issue st par with seemed Interest. W. H. Howell and Mrs. Julia E. Haakell each made bids for $2,000 bonds, their offers being the same as thst of the bsnk. It Is thought that they will be able to make arrangements with the bank for the bonds. The Security Safety Bank A Trust Company, of Toledo, Ohio, offered to take the en tire Issue at par with accrued Inter eat any pay a premium of 127.50. However, the company asked for In formation which would have co4t the city much more than the amount of the premium offered. The Finance Committee waa Instructed to arrange the details of the issue. An ordinance, proridlhg for the oil ing of the Macadam atreets, was pass ed. The council has appropriated 81.000 for this work which probably will be started today. The oil has been shipped to this city. Tree Decision Passed. . Dr. Strickland nrged that the caae of Mrs. NellleJWslker against the city be appealed from - the decision of Judge Campbell. The decision In joined the city from removing a wal nut tree In the parking at Mrs. Wsl ker's home. Action was postponed until the next meeting, i " The Viter Board asked authority to isue $50,000 wster bonds wtth which to take up outatandlng war rants. The council Instructed the City Recorder to notify the board to prepare ordinances - and resolutions providing for the proposed Issue. A communication from- Don EL Mel- drum, regarding the roadway on Washington street, was referred to the City Engineer and the Commit tee on atreeta. The letter follows: Gentlemen: Believing that the best Interest of the city, as well as all part lea owning property on Wash ington street between the south line or Twelfth street and the North line of Eleventh street, would be bettered by having the roadway on Washing ton atreet changed from 30 feet to 40 feet In width, by moving the curb line five feet nearer the property line on each aide of said street, pro viding this is done without extra ex pense to the property owners, other than the regular assessment as per the orlginsl plan of said street, I would therefore ssk thst you do some thing toward making this change. Changes Are Urged. ' As the. street Is now graded, all the slope across Washington street at Its Intersection with Twelfth street Is in the parking on the east side of the street snd as there .Is about a three-foot drop It Is too much to give the surface of the street good ap pesrsnce and It also csuses the aoutn side of Twelfth street on the road way, to be lower than the north side of Twelfth street, while the plans show a descending grade across Twelfth street. It la very essential If a good street Is to be had that these changea be made. "I also wish to call attention to the fsct thst the 100 feet of corrugated pipe used last winter In an emerg ency to renalr the Twelfth atreet aew er near the corner of Twelfth and Washington atreej Is now being cov ered wltba 10 or 12-foot fill and will aoon be covered with a completed roadway which will be In constant danger as long aa thla pipe remains. It Is well known among engineers that the first requisite of a good sew er pipe Is a smooth Inside surface and a material not effected by acid, to say nothing of tight. Joints, etc., the corrugations In this kind of pipe. Its Joints which were simply Joined together and wired, and the, material the pipe la made of. should condemn 1t for sewer ptoe, except In the case of an emergency. "I do not know your plans In re gard to this sewer, but I do know thst the break In the Twelfth street sewer, patched as It Is with this cor ruasted pipe, should not be left for another wet season, and I think that In Justice to the people who will be effected this winter If this sewer breaks to say nothing of first-class sewer construction, that this break should be repaired with standard vitrified sewer pipe before the aide walk and roadway Is finished, aa the tearing up of newly-made streets to repair sewers, leaving aa la usually the case a hole In the surface of the roadway, ahould not be encouraged or permitted when possible to avoid " Protsst Agslnst Assessments. - Upon the advice of the City Attor ney the Council refused the request of the School Directors thst they be allowed to build a retaining wall on part of the parkins; at the new High School on Twelfth street. A reso lution was ordered published making a aewer district on Twelfth street from Taylor to Jackson. The City Attorney wss Instructed to draw pa pers providing for tsklng care of the water on Seventh street st the ex pense of the property owners. The committee on the valuation of prop erty reported that It could not agree regarding the assessment of certsln 8lxth street property for street Im provement purposes, and the matter waa referred to the committee on (Continued on page 1.) MAPLE LANE GRANGE TO HAVE FAIR EXHIBIT The Msple Lane Grange meeting 6n Saturday was well attended. The morning session wss devoted to busi ness and the proposed exhibit at, the Clackamss County Fair to be held at Canby, on September 27, 28. 29, 30, was discussed., Every member will take an active interest a the exhibit and already many have arranged to contribnte to the grange -display which is expected to win a prise. Maple Lane Grange won the aecond premium at the first fair aald in Clackamas county, and the members will make an effort to obtain, firat prize this fall. There are 56 active members of the Grange, and with this membership .a good showing can be made. ' At the morning session one candi date was given the third and fourth degrees, and two applications were received. One of the features waa tie dinner served by the ladles. The afternoon program was as fol lows: Song, The Plow( Spade and Hoe." grange; roll call, which was responded to for or against the fol lowing, "Is the funny magazine of the dally papers good for the children?' while many of the members voted thst the "funnies" were Injurious to the children, it wss decided that no harm was done by letting- the chil dren read them. Many of the people in the country, aa well as in the city, take the Saturday and Sunday papers so aa to obtain these pictures for their children. The remainder of the program was: Recitation, Master Heater; reading. "Two Brothers," Mr a. John Iweellen; song, "I Love to Live." Mrs. S. Glliett; resding. "My Wish." Mrs. A. Splinter; recitation. "Frits and I,' Miss Myrta Swallow; question box was presided over by A. J. Lewis and A. J. Hobble; recita tion, "Away Out West, or In Oregon," Miss Emma Derrick; reading. "Su perstitions In Signs," Mrs. Florence Heater. One of the features of the program was the describing of the trip East by William Beard, who re cently returned to Oregon City, from an Eastern trip. The closing song was "Father We'll Rest In Thy Love." GLADSTONE ORGANIZES FIRE DEPARTMENT At the meeting held in the City Hall at Gladstone on Tuesday evening, which was called by Emery Noble, it was decided to organize a. fire com pany. . The officers are President, E. J. Noble; foreman, - Guy Dwigglns; first assistant fireman, O. Russell; second assistant fireman, C- Slevers; secretary, Sydney S. Jounson J treas urer, D. 8. Burna. - ; ...- The meeting was largely attended, ard there was much enthusiasm man ifested. Among those who signed membership are E. J. Noble, William Rail. S. E. Lowe. S. S. Johnson, Guy Dwigglns, C. A. Frost, Clayton Frey tag, F. L. Oswald. H. E. Burdon, C. E. Forshner, GUI Russell, J. ES. Dann. Neal Goodwin, Lyle Gault, Leo J. Burdon, John Mulkey. Tom Burna, Dave Catto. D. 8. Burns, V, C. Gault, Barton Barlow, F. C. Nelson, H. Frost, J. N. 8levera. At the regular meeting held by the council at the City Hall on Wednea day evening E. J. Noble wss asked to draw up an ordinance, which will provide for the purchase of fire ap paratus for the - fire company, . A special meeting ot the council will be held on Angust 24, to pass an or dlnance providing waterworks bonds. MRS. CECELIA GRIMM IS DEAD. Former Oregon City Woman Stricken While Vteltlng. ' Mrs. Cecelia Grimm, formerly of thla city, died at the home of her husband's bother, at Aurora, last Thursday, and the Interment wss in the Aurora cemetery- Mrs. Grimm's death was sudden. She and her hus band and Uttle daughter were visit ing In Aurora when her death occur red. The family lived In this city for some time. They moved to Cot tge Grove from here, v . LA.FOLLCTTE AND UNDERWOOD TRY TO REACH AGREEMENT ' ON SCHEDULE. ED OF STRUGGLE EXPECTED TC Democrats Urged To Support Incrwaaw In Rate To Bring About Set tlement Insurgent De- mand Made. " WASHINGTON.' . Aug. t. There) was much activity today In the Inter est of an agreement between the two Houses of Congress on the schedules - . . v I Lilt 1 ( l - n - V". V,.., a -wwawaaagi ders Landing that La Folletie and Un-, . derwood. constituting' the sub-committee of the fu conference commit tee, would make aa early effort to reach aa adjuatment The close of the day found the two legislators still apart on essential details, but nearer than before. When they were la conference on Tuesdsy Senator - La Follette gave Mr. Underwood to. understand that he could not possibly get bis follow ers to agree to a rate of less than 30 per cent on raw wool, while Mr. un derwood told him that It would be -necessary to come to 28 per cent. If not to 25, to Insure the acceptance of the conference report by the House. - Canvass Not Successful. Tbe Senstor undertook to make a canvass, but with little hope of suc cess. He had been assured of the support of only eight of the Insurgent Republicans of the Senate for 30 per cent. He could afford to lose only two votes and hla Investigation was not reassuring. Mr. Underwood wss more continent , than Ma fellow conferee, leading to the conclusion that be might go farth er than he yet had manifested a will ingness to do. His optimism waa due tn a rhanra In the condition In the House. The Democrats of the House have been thoroughly canvassed In the last two days to "determine wheth er they-would support an increase of the rates In the Underwood Din. in order to effect a compromise with the Insurgent-Democratic strength ot the Senate. , ' 1 Underwood Hopeful- . ' ' " : It was asserted ioday by promin ent Democrats that - Mr. Underwood had found an nnexected strength In " favor of meeting the La . Follette forces on the best possible compro- low 30 per cent on raw wool. Mr. Underwood said today that be ex- Ipected the wool situation would solve Ktself tomorrow, when the full com- mltiee probably would meet.' "We either shall agree or definitely disagree tomorrow," waa nta asser tion. He added that If an agreement were reached, two or three daya ' might be necessary to put the con ference agreement Into the form of a bill to be presented to the two House. . : i v, TO START AT (ME ; The County Court at a meeting Wednesday appointed Clarence Sim mons superintendent of the work .of reconstructing the historic Clacksroas County Court House. The work will be started at once. An addition thir ty feet wide will be built In the rear of the old building, and virtually all the offices will be rearranged. The Circuit Court room will be on the sec ond Door in the rear and the County Court room will occupy part of the space of the present Circuit Court room. The cost of the work will be about $13,000. W. A. Wnlte Is the architect employed by the court i" draw the plana.- " MISS WESTOVER , ENTERTAINED Visitor From Sesttle Guest of Honor - , at Luncheon. Mlsa Florence WeBtover, of Seattle, waa the guest ot honor, at a lunch eon given Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. O. W. Grace at her home. Mlsa West over la a sister of J. H. and Robert WeBtover, formerly newspaper mea tn this city, and she haa been visit ing; her sister. Miss Ray Westover, who Is attending school at Portland. The luncheon was daintily served and the guests of Mrs. Orsee were Miss Westover, Miss Ruth Brightblll, Miss Msbel Volkmar, Miss Osmond, Mrs. W. H. Godfrey, Mrs. Don James. Mra'E. Scott, Miss Mary Scott, Mrsi'H. P. Brightblll. Mrs. J. M. Volk mar and Miss Florence Grace. " .. SEE HERE Seven acres, onefourta mils from electric line. 4 room house, bam. chicken house, and yard, good well and fine spring, three and a half acres In garden, fruit ' and' berries; good cow and chickens. Will take $S 00, half eash, bata:ie to suit tha buyer. This. Is on Ideal poultry and garden farm, slopes to the southwest.. Com snd see It. or cslt on ot addieaa CYRUS POOTLL OREGON CITY. OR. v . . Stephen fcuiMfnf, fcsw p. ' '