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VOL. 2-No. 5G.
OHKOON CITY, OREGON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1911.
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WtCtWrVL CANDIDATE! RE
CEIVE PRIZES AND ALL, .
LUC GAIN IS MADE IN CIRCULATION
M(rthnlt Should Take Advantage of
Ino'io I" Numbor of Read
ers By Advertlalna
Tli Enterprise Grand Voting Con-
.-. I. nrr and tne prtxea havo boon
urirdrd to tha successful candidate.
In th fit MC aiamci, urestiu v ny,
uIm ln Story won tbo flrat priia,
, 00 Kimball piano.
Tha second prlxo, diamond ring
tod t sawing machine went to Mlaa
Ba Kent. Mra. 15. F. Zimmerman
von the musical erhnlarahlp offered
u (nlrd prl anJ Ml" Myrtle Croaa
f fourth. The fifth prise, a flna
r,ld watch, went to Mlaa THIlo Myere.
In tha second district Mlaa Helen
Smith won the piano, and It la already
la hrr home, having been tha center
ot Ktrartlon at a narty tendered Mlaa
finlih lat nlxht by a number of har
friends who iraihered to congratulate
V 00 hrr success. Tha second prlxe,
t diamond rlnic and sewing marhlno,
wnt to Miss Ethel Closner, of Spring-
wittf Miss Mli'irea linm wnn ine
Lmilral scholarship and Mlaa lllodwen
frhomai the Imiineaa aobolarahlp, tha
bold watrh going to Mlaa M. T. Mac
Mite cieener Oett Piano.
Iflii rinnner also won a piano, pre-
Lated toTicrTiFneffatherraa a mark
U innrerlatlon of the aplendld show
knj ib made In her effort to win flrat
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HIm Era Kent, who was woramg
I if ( business eduratlon and won tbo
Hitnnnd ring and sewing marhlno In
Ihe first district, made a trade with
win Wnwden Thomaa who wanted a
twlng marhlno ao everybody waa
tlifled and tha contest closed with
Lotilng but the beat of Rood will all
I Th IntnnM Infereat taken tiv tlie
Vibllc In the reault waa highly gratl
IMni to the ronteat management and
ko the publisher of tha Enterprise and
aolh take great pleasure In thanking
Ilia public for the aplendld aupport
kirea tha candidates.
The circulation of tho Morning; En
lrprlM haa been Increaaed largely
Bad Ita worth aa an advertising med
km la far greater than before. Tnli
h mmethlng every peraon who baa
Injtthlng whatever to eell ahould keep
a Bind when advertising, for clrcul
log It what brlnga reaulta.
kubecrlptlons Greatly Incraaaod.
tm lubarrlptlon Hat of tho weekly
H'tlon of the Oregon City Enterprise
0 hi been greatly Inrreaaed and
hrxs percentage of the circulation of
Mi paper la paid for In advance, not
Kir for one year but for aa high aa
oty years. Thia glvea tho Enter
rlM a prestlKe aa a newa and adver
plni medium that ran never bo beat
p nnvr Iteranse evervone nava
pwk more attention to ovory part of
Ppr that haa been paid for than
F on they are getting; for nothing;,
f " the case with many weekllea.
io young Indira who worked ao
rd during the naat two montha havo
"ied their rewarda. Mlaa Smith
(id Mlaa closner especially having
some reallv riimirlihla work.
fka record made by Mlaa 8mlth of
fwnj 700,000 vntea ahowa that aho
Fkd avery minute and tha K21.82I
Na cut by Miss Cloaner aro a roc-
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Pner waa In tho aparaely aettled
f 'irtcta In the eastern part of tho
pmy inhere she had to bo out from
P"7 in the morning till late at night
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fllo Interested In Raco.
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jBAPtLlcAN iNTHgHAND IS WorTH Two IH THE CASH BOX. ALL RIGHT
MAN STABBED, WHO
URGED FIST BATTLE
Frederlch Hoffman, a carpenter,
waa aerloualy cut and atabbed In a
Main atreet aaloon at noon Monday.
Thomaa Harding, a wood cutter of
Mount Pleasant, waa arrested charged
wllh tho crime. According to tho
police Harding waa under tho In
fluence of liquor and waa looking for
a fight. Ho la aald to have dared
Hoffman to fight, and finally the lot-
tor auggeatod that they go to a pas
ture or tho atreet and have It out.
A. L Hugbea, who waa atanding at
tho bar atarted to jump between tho
men, but before bo reached them
Harding alashed Hoffman on tho right
aide of. the face, Tbo cut extended
from hla oyo to hla chin. Ho then,
knife Into tho left aide, of Hoffman'a
faco under tbo oyo. Harding then rfcn
out of tho aaloon and atarted toward
tho hill. Sheriff Maaa and Chief of
Police Shaw were notified, and the
former captured tbo fugitive. He waa
turned over to the chief of police and
locked up In tho city jail on a charge
of malicious cutting. Dr. Strickland
LANDS IN CITY BASTILE
Frank Rain, a farmer, came to town
Monday to celebrate. He did. The
first thing ho did waa to become In
toxicated. Then ho atalked forth upon
tho main thoroughfare of tho city. Hla
meandering were aa many and pic
turesque aa those of the Clackamaa
river. Hla Interference with pedea-
trlana, atreetcara and automobllea waa
enough to make a atar football player
turn green with onvy. Finally Chler
of Police Shaw decided to take Mr.
Rain In out of tho rain. Upon being
deprived of hla liberty tho visitor
from th country raved and tore hla
hair and proceeded to break the furni
ture In the Jail. He pulled down a
atovo pipe, tho aoot covering him fro'"
head to foot, making him look like a
chimney a weep when buslnesa la good.
The man waa then locked In a dark
cell, and aoon went to aleep.
Philadelphia Boy Who Was Made
President a Insurance Conoarn.
GIRL DROWNING, BEGS
E BE KEPT SECRET
MIRROR IS URGED AS
Tha Cltv Council will bo urged at
the meeting Wedneaday night to erect
big mirror In the tunnel under tne
Southern Paclfio Railway tracKe ai
tho Junction of Third atreet and tho
South End road. The Junction of the
roada forma a right-angle and a aer
loua automobile accident ocurred
there about a year ago. Other accl
denta of a almllar nature have been
narrowly averted. T. U Charman and
M J. LatelU have experimented with
a mirror at tho point where the roada
Join, and declare a large one could be
so arranged thot peraona In charge
of vehlclea going In either direction
would be able to see If the road waa
clear. They will ask the City council
to erect the morror.
MANV PLAN TO ATTDID
CANBY ROAD MEETING
It la expected that at least thirty
bualnesa and professional men of this
city will attend the meeting of the
East Side Capital Highway Associa
tion Wedneaday evening at Canby.
Plana for raising the money to build
tho highway through thla county will
be dlacnssed and other Important bust'
nesa will be transacted. It la expect
ed that the county will contribute
liberally to the enterprise. The Ore
gon City delegation will atart from
tho Commercial Club at 6:30 o'clock
In automobllea to attend the Canby
meeting. Machlnea have been do
nated for use fcy C. a. Miller, Elliott
& park, W. F. Schooley. R. W. Rak
er. William Bheahan. E. J. Dalton,
W. A. Huntley and Chambera Howell.
All persona Interested In the building
of the highway whether membera of
the association or not, are urged to
attend the meeting.
MAKES FLYINO RECORD.
PARMK, France, Sept 4. Aviator
Oarroa flew out over tho aea today,
aetttng a new world'a record with a
monoplane, reaching a height of
13 845 feet. He waa almoat lost to
Woodmen don't forget meeting to
night. Come, bring your male frlenda.
Rend th Morning En:rprlae..
"For God's aake, I hope thla never
geta Into the paper," gaaped a half
drowned young woman Sunday morn
Ing after recovering consciousness,
following a ride of 300 yarda In the
Willamette below the treacherous
The woman, with two othera and
two men. came up from Portland In
the launch Olympic. They were bolst-
eroua and passing fishermen antlcl
pated disaster. The boat left the
channel below the raplda and ground
ed, and after returning to deep water
a pilot waa obtained from a fish boat
One woman, who waa called
"Frankle," and one of the men, got
Into the boat which waa towed up
stream behind the launch. They
were riding over tho crest of the
raplda, when the woman, who welgha
probably 175 pounds, fell out of the
boat and waa carried bobbing along
down stream. The boat waa cut loose
and the launch started after the
drowning woman. She did not re
cover conaclousnesa until thirty mln
utea after she waa pulled Into the
craft, aeemtngly more- dead than
alive. She waa hurriedly wrapped In
bath robea and the launch departed
for Portland. The membera of the
party declined to divulge their namea
to the fishermen who assisted In the
Woodmen don't forget meeting to
night. Come, bring your male friends.
SOLE OWNER OF GRAND
Cbarlea 8chram, who for several
years has been one of the owners of
the Grand theatre, has become sole
proprietor of that popular playhouse.
Mr. Schram has purchased the Inter
est of George Simmons, who will en
gage In other work. It Is the Inten
tion of the new owner to enlarge the
seating capacity of the theatre In the
near future, and make the Interior
as attractive aa possible.
The Grand will be conducted on the
same high class plane as heretofore
and Mr. Schram will make every ef
fort to please the theatre's large and
Increasing clientele. The new AVner
was born and reared In Oregon City,
and la one of the most popular young
men Identified with the business In
terests of the town.
REV. PADDACK TO PREACH HERE
Vacancy Left By Rev. Proctor Ex
pected To Bo Filled Soon.
Rev. Dr. George E. Paddack, of
Portland, will speak at the Congrega
tional church next Sunday morning
and evening. Dr. Paddack, auperln
tendent of the Oregon churches, la a
mn of Impressive presence and a
forceful speaker. As he haa received
more than forty applications from
Congregational ministers desiring to
locate in Oregon, the vacancy left by
Rev. Mr. Proctor will probably aoon
be filled. A number of Congregational
famlliea from the Eaai are arranging
to spend the winter In Oregon City
while looking about for permanent lo
cations. Some of these are capitalists
and will make Investments.
READY EOR USE
STEEL SPAN BUILT BY O. W. P,
AND CITY ONE OF BEST
COST IN NEIGHBORHOOD Of $12,000
Modern Structure Takea Place of
Wooden One Which Had Been
Used Many Years Now
The big steel bridge over the Aber
netby was completed Saturday night
and Is ready for traffic of all kinds.
Several railings are yet to be made
and a little filling la to be done. Tbo
bridge was built Jointly by tho Port
land Railway, Light A Power Com
pany and Oregon City. The original
agreement was for tho company to
spend $5,000 and the ctty 2,000 toward
the work. It U estimated, however,
that the company haa apent nearer
$10,000. The bridge la one of the best
In the county and will last 100 years
or more. It la planned to put anotner
railing on the concrete -walk to keep
children from falling into the creek.
More than a year ago the old wood
en atructure waa condemned, and the
city and railway company entered In
to negotiatlone for erecting a new one.
The plana of the bridge were drawn
by the chief engineer of the O. W. P.
Company and tho work of construc
tion was under the supervision of A.
T. Ellsworth an expert brldgebullder.
The uructure haa eighteen concrete
plera. It la 14 feet Iongr35reet
ide and 33 feet high. There la an
eight-foot aidewalk on each side of
the double track. The sidewalk Is
raised eight Inches higher than the
tracks, making It perfectly safe for
pedestiiana. An outside rail protects
pedeBtriana. It la aald that' the bridge
la the best on the O- W. P. aystem,
and there will be no further delay of
cart on the atructure.
COUNTY TO HAVE
FINE EAIR EXHIBIT
MESSRS. FREYTAG AND EBY TO
BEGIN SHIPPING SAMPLES TO
SALEM GROUNDS TODAY.
MANAGERS ARE AFTER FIRST PRIZE
Agricultural Hort. cultural, Mineral
And Manufacturing Resources
Of County To Be
STREETS LABOR DAY
Labor Day waa observed In Oregon
City at the Courthouse and the banks.
All mills, shops and other industries.
other than barber shops were operat
ed aa usual. In face of the fact that
the day was a legal holiday.
There waa an unusual large num
ber of people on the streets, but most
of them were making preparations to
More than 200 left Monday morning
on tne 9: 17 o ciock irain ior naiem,
and other hopgrowlng districts.
where they will work for the next
two weeks. The rain aeems to nave
no effect on the number leaving. It
waa announced that the rain aa yet
had not injured the hops.
RECALL OE RUSHLIGHT
PORTLAND, Sept 4. (Special.)
If Mayor Rushlight cannot cope with
the immoral conditions in Portland
alone, alt he haa to do la say ao and
he will find right-thinking men flock
ing to his assistance, but If the Mayor
does not want help and cannot purge
the city himself, it Is time to apply
the recall. Such, In aubstance, was
the sermon of Rev. W. B. HinBon,
from hla pulpit at the White Temple.
Personally, the preacher pledged
himself to aid the Mayor In every
way possible. If the Chief Executive
wlshea to enforce the law, and If the
fault reats with the police depart
ment, through Insubordination, the
clergyman declared the men should
be dismissed. Just as Is done with
members of other departments where
orders are not obeyed.
Provided the Mayor doea not see fit
to work a reformation, then, suggest
ed the minister. It Is time to place
In office a man who will. Dr. HInson
Is this city, so full of promise, to
be taken by the throat by the worst
kind of tricky politicians, and debas
ed saloon-keepers, and friends of In
famy? The Mayor haa said his policy
Is a policy of silence, which I regret
I didn't vote for Mayor Rushlight, but
In all things where I can co-operate
Ith him I will eerve to the utmost
of my ability. But I wish he would
break the alienee.
If he Is fettered, handicapped so
e cannot do the thing that he would,
let him aay so. It he wants co-operation
to carry out purposes of reform,
let him call for It. and It will be forth
coming. If he wants and I nave no
reason to assert that be does not
ir he wants to enforce the law, there
are hundreds of strong and good men
In this city who will help him do it
But if be does not want to enforce law
It might be In order to discuss the
recall." . '
If Clackamas county does not win
first prize for county exhibits at the
State Fair, which begins at Salem
next Monday. It will be no fault of
O. E. Freytag and O. D. Eby. They
have been gathering aamplea for the
display for aeveral weeks, and today
will begin shipping them to the Capi
tal City. The exhibit will comprise
more than a carload and will be the
finest ever sent from this county to
the fair. Mr. Freytag haa charge of
the agricultural exhibition at the fair.
and Mr. Eby baa been bis assistant
In collected an exhibit which will re
flect credit upon this county. They
will send a representative to Salem
tomorrow to receive the goods, and
arrange them on the stands at tho
Other countlea that will have ex-
hlbHa are Marion, Linn, Polk, Doug
lass, Coos, Benton and Clataop. The
Clackamaa county exhibit thia year
will be much finer than that of last.
hlch made such a favorable Impres
The countylastyear appropriated
$300 for use In purchasing samplea
for the exhibit, and the premiums re
ceived more than paid for the expen
diture. This year the county has ap
propriated $250. Most all of the arti
cles for the exhibit which Include
everything In the horticultural and
agricultural line have been purchas
ed. It being the object of the manak
ers to obtain only the best. The ex
hibit will also show ihe mineral and
manufacturing resources of the
Five enormous peaches of fine color
and quality were the offering of O. A.
Waldron of the Sllvermead Fruit
Firm to the exhibit The peachea
were grown from Waldron Seedling
stock started almost fifty years ago
by the father of Mr. Waldron. Mr.
Freytag had all that he could do to
get the peaches Into a Jar. They are
light in color with no trace of blush
and are highly prized by peraona who
have been fortunate enough to obtain
a supply of this particular variety.
The original trees were seedlings
early Crawford stock, and are an Im
provement on the original.
BEATTIE TELLS '
STORY OF LIFE
YOUTH CHARGED WITH SLAYING
WIFE GIVES RECITAL OF
PROSECUTION FAILS TO WIU
Defendant Frankly Admits Relatione
With Other Girl, But Insists
That Love For Wife
Did Not Wane.
Va Sept 4. Through six weary
hours Henry Clay Beattle, Jr., Indict
ed for the murder of his wife, battled
for hla life on the witness stand to
day. Evening shadows Interrupted a
vlgoroua cross-examination by the
commonwealth, Judge Wataon ending
the ordeal by adjourning court until
burg will continue his questions.
A lone figure waa young Beattle In
the crowd, that aurrounded him on all
sides, even windows and trees com
manding the courtroom being thick
with staring faces. And the prisoner
sat for hours, his manner cool and
collected, unfolding with Beulah Bin
ford, 17 years old, for whom the prose
cution alleges Beattle killed his bride
of a year.
Telia of Orgies.
Not only the orgies of the four
years before bis marriage and those
ba DrecededJhehomIclde.hutilia .
SCHOOL HEAD TO GIVE S
6tiperlBtendnt,f County Schools
Gary has purchased a big stereoptlcon
machine which he will use in illustrat
ing lectures he will make throughout
the county In connection with his
school work. Mr. Gary plans to deliv
er the lectures In the evenings in
large balls. If obtainable, but If not. In
the school houses, so parents and
others" may attend as well as the
children. The Illustrations will be of
scenes In the county, representing
agricultural, horticultural, manufac
tng and' other Industrlea. There will
also be Illustrations of various school
houses, the object being to show how
some sections have advanced in this
respect over others. Beautiful and
plcturefnue natural scenea, such as
Mount Hood and the Willamette falls
also will be depicted. The superin
tendent expects later on to exchange
slides with the superintendents of oth
gruesome tale of the alleged attack
by a highwayman and the wild ride
to the Owen borne at a Speed of 55
mllea an hour, with the lifeless body
of his wife In the machine beside him,
were related to the Jury In all Its detail.
The prisoner, by requeat of the
prosecution, stood np and donned tho
bloodstained coat that he had worn
the night of the murder, and attempt
ed to explain why blood had not fleck
ed certain parts of the garment. If hla
wife had reclined against him In tho
way he described.
Beattle answered questions readily -In
an even voice, and without emo
tion. In no essential did his version
of the affair today differ from that
which he gave at the Coroner's ln
queat and to which the defense has
Beattle'a Story Not 8haken.
Denial atfer denial came from tha
lips of the prisoner as Prosecutor
Wendenburg questioned him concern
ing the alleged purchase of a shotgun
for him by his cousin, Paul Beattle.
on the Saturday before the murder,
and the testimony of the latter aa to
the confession In which Henry la al
leged to hav exclaimed:
"I wish to God I hadn't done It I
would not do it again for a million
dollars." v -
Beattie denied he had been with
Paul at any time within tho week or
fortnight previous to the Saturday
night before the murder.
WANTED TO USE TAFT'S
COW PAULINE IN PLAY.
BEVERLY, Mass., Sept 4. Presi
dent Taft received today a telegram
from the manager of a company
hlch opens a mral play In Mlnne-
aota next month, offering to pay lib
erally for the use of Pauline Wayne,
he White. House cow. The President
refused with thanks.
Read the Morning B&terprlse.
CONTEST ON TODAY
iThe will contest, Involving the es
tate of the late William Philip Wels-
mandel, will be called for trial before
County Judge Beatle today. The con
testants are Mrs. Nellie Lyons, Mrs.
Rose Howard and Mrs. Emma Philips,
staters of the testator, and his moth
er, Mrs. Sophia Welsmandel. The
defendant la Mrs. Ola M. Ogle, wife
of George Ogle, of Canby, who la ad
ministratrix. She Is represented by
J. E. Hedges. It Is alleged that Mr.
Welsmandel lived for many years
with the Ogle family, and that he
willed them about three-fifths of his
estate aa a token of his appreciation
of their kindness.
Governors To Meet.
An Important meeting of the Board
of Oovernora of the Commercial Club
will be held tomorrow evening. All
membera of the board are urged to
LAUNCH PARTY AT ASTORIA.
Oregon City Folk Have Delightful
Trip to Centennial City.
A' postal card was received Monday
from tho party which left here Satur
day morning on the launch "Who
Cares' bound for Astoria. Those In
the party were Charles Pope, captain;
James . Roake. ahlp carpenter; Bert
Roake, engineer, and the families of
the laat two. The party reached As
toria at noon Sunday after a delight
ful trip. Several days will be apent
at tho centennial.
OFFICERS ELECTED BY
KNIGHTS AND LADIES
The following officers were elected
at a meeting of the Knights and La
dles of Security Monday night: Delia
Green, president; Anna Cross, vice
president; R. C. Woodward, second
vice-president; N. P Chapman, cor
responding ' secretary; J. H. Boylea,
financial secretary; Emma McGahney,
prelate; Myrtle Cross, conductor; W.
C. Green, guard; Joseph Alldredge,
sentinel and Maud Woodward, music
ian. The meeting was largely attend- '
ed and arrangements were made for v
the members of the order to attend
the big meeting In Portland next Mon
day evening when more than 200
members will be Initiated. The meet
ing will be attended by President
Klrkpatrtck and Secretary Abrahams,
who are traveling through the west
and northwest, arousing enthusiasm
In the organization. The officers
elected Monday night will bo Install
ed In two weeks.
THE CITY OF FLORENCE,
JIMMIE .THE. INSURANCE
80CIETY GIRL AND THE
A SORROWFUL LESSON.