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PORTLAM' Me. 8' It 11. Unot-
flrlsl return i"" muicai.
that prohlliUUH whi vn,ed out of th
coMtltutlon of Muliio tKl" by a ma
jority Of hOU. 1,400.
The returns In the special election
os (h question of repeallug consti
tutional prohibition, from 607 out of
i:t tlrrtlnn dUtrlrt In tbe slat give:
With The vote running thU close.
tb rul( will not be known until
rrsry ballot U counted. Doth the
sta," who have lead In tbe la
rcturni. ana arys- are sanguine io-i
light, oi'c aid predicting that proUt
billon will be repealed, tbe other de
claring i he law will remain. Interest
over the remit of the election la very
Bath, the flrat place to count Ibe
vote In today's apeclal wectlon. far-
orcd repeal of tbe prohibitory law, I
11SI to 463. In 1884 Hath roied for
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OREGON CITY, OREGON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1911.
Pn Wm, 10 Cent
JUTE VOTES W
...... t close. BUT RETURNS
INDICATE THAT PROHIBI
TION HAS LOST iY 1,400.
UTEREST KEEN THROUGHOUT STATE
,.vir-Mttl"8S Held In . Many
Ch irchgt And Both Bldea Are
Aetivt r Getting
PERPETRATED BY WAIT Ac DOUGALL
prohibition, 920 to 41t
Weather throughout tbe late waa
clear Ural fr an election. The wont
ing vote In the cttle waa even larger
than waa anticipated and In many
places fully one-third of tbe entire
vots waa caat by noon. In the man
ufacturing centers the heaviest tote
vu deposited during tbe noon hour.
Both sides worked hard to get out
the early vote and automobtlea and
etrrUxe of every description, were
pressed Into services to carry In
valids and Indifferent voter to tbe
Prayer meeting were held through"
out the dsy In many churches.
If the license advocates are suoces
ful three Is said to be every posslblll
Itjr that Governor Plalsted may be
prcvslrd to call a special aeaslon of
the Legislature to take action tn the
Legislature to take action a the re
peal of the statute law, whJKh I in
tiled the same a the constitutional
amendment and the enactment of an
other law for tbe regulation of the
liquor business. .
A local option law such aa prevail
la Massachusetts I what the license
idvocatea seek. In the regular courae
of events the matter would not come
ob before the Legislature until Janu
ary, 1915. when the completion of the
iUt government might be much dif
ferent from that of the present day.
f SOUND ft UK7Q
7 A HAM
A SUMMER SUIT-
Benny Bled! IkcJ Luton suit
Wkm le went to trie sKore
But tlvt one surely waa d Ledutf
si i i . i
No man could wish lor mora .
So Benny gotrl0Tt onthe Job
In sunshine dnd In moorJlgKt Jim
AnJ Ke made I owe to every scjudb
Fbr looked or&ty doocj to him .
He worke Jlruit suit to beat fit bond, He courted every girl he met
In tael, it dot no rest - Upon the Vvdrm.vvir? sTrand J
AnJ inexviwl: Je.vou may unJerstdn J , Declare J she vvOS his one besT beT
s 1 vf - I a i . I II ..t i I i
Another suil he pressed . Mra osKea ner lor nr nona.
For Benny Bleat hdJ dlvs UdrJ TnusforVowU he pUlrwgdind
ThoT summer girls were Tickle I he pvjy. unleeilnd bruie i
AnJtnat tlielr Solemn plldrileJ worj ToflnoVvhen cool September Cdme J
Was scarcely worth u nloKel . rietJ gol dnol her Sull I
jT- IT WAS A BREACH OF PROMISE. SUIT I
ifeelind brute I
BOND ISSUE TO
CLACKAMAS SOUTHCRN STOCK
HOLDERS WILL HOLD BIO
$350,000 TO BE RAISED AT ONCE
More Than Five MHea Qradlng
Been Completed And Work
. On Treaties Will Be
Started Next Week.
SEATTLE SCORELESS v
8EATTLE. Sept. ll-(8p:lal.)--Garrett
wi In fine form today, al-
tewlnKrthf local team only 2 hlta.
Portland v,u 7 to 0. Zacher also
Pltroed wcl', but hU teammates Be
aded him poor support. Blx bits
rs miule off his delivery. Tort
!m4 scored 1 In the fourth, In the
"th, i in the seventh and three In the
Tbe stockholder of tbe Clackamas
Southern Railroad will meet this af
ternoon at S o'clock at the Commer
cial Club to authorize a bond laxt"
for buying rail and equipment for
the road. The Issue la not to exceed
in ruin mile or I1K0.000. The Ater-
chant' 8avlng A Trust Company, or
Portland, has been appointed trustco
and will have charge of the Issuance
of the bonda.
Mnr. than five mile of the gid
tng on the road ha been completed
and the building of the trestle at
Fifteenth and . Washington streets,
this city, and at Newell Creek will be
begun within a week. These will be
the only trestles on the rosd. At nil
other place where there were de
pression fill were made. The
length of the roaa is ininy-uv. "
MAN, GIRL ACCUSES,
HAS HEARING TODAY
A. A. Armstrong, a mill worker, ar
rested at Ellwood by (Jonstable
Drown, on a charge preferred by the
mother cf an eleven-year-old girl, will
be given a hearing In Justice of the
Peace Samson' Court at 1:30 o'clock
this afternoon. Armstrong I held In
fl.COO ball. The complaining witness
I Mr. Cook, who live near Cam.
CHRIST CAME TO
HELP AND SAVE
REV. E. F. ZIMMERMAN GIVES
FINE ANALYSIS OF, WORK
WEALTH OFTEN RETARDS SALVATION
Minister Draw Beautiful Lesson
From Some of The "Comts"
of Saviour, and What
Tbe Rev. E. F. Zimmerman, pastor
of tbe Methodist church, preached an
Interesting sermon Sunday morning
oh "Some Great 'Come of Christ"
He said In part:
When our Saviour left hi home In
Nazareth of Galilee to enter upon Hi
public ministry, II no doubt 1 saw
much In the world and the live 'of
men, which grieved and shocked'Him,
anj which deserved condemnation,
but "very early In that ministry he
taught u that -HI mission on the
earth at that time was not one of
ludament and condemnation, but of
Invitation and salvaticn. To Mcodo
mus the Pharisee He tald. "God sent
not Hi son Into the world to con
demn the world, but that the world.
through Him, might be saved."
We are taught that after HI mln
Istry of Intercession He will come to
the world on a mission or judgment
and his word to some at that time
will be "Depart ye cursed." but as
He went forward In HI public minis
try from HI baptism to the cross
Hi attitude toward man was that
of Invitation and not of repulsion.
ThaJword-J"ComeJoften fall rombia
lips, and that Is the word He puts
Into the mouth of His ambassador
today. The presence of Jesus has
been transferred from earth to
Heaven, but He 1 still an tnterceed
In Saviour. It Is written In the
BOYS CHARGED WITH
THEFT OF FISH POLE
BY WIFE, SUING
MR8. ANNA WHITTIER SAYS HUS
BAND SPENT TIME AT
SWIMMING ONE OF JIS PLEASURES
Plaintiff Declares That She And Chil
dren Were Compelled to Eat
Dry Bread Intended
Collla Lunagren and Frark McKIn
r.ith abojt thirteen year of
nge. were arrestnl Monday evoninp
ly OmHtable n.own on a. cn e of
.t ruling a flshlr.s; pole and rool from
A. Bell. Tbe lids will be Rival
hearing by County Judge Beatle thla
morning. Bell aays the pole w:m UU-
ah from the Seventh strev tlwk
-hr ho waa fUhlng. He was toid
that LurtiFren jnd McKlnnet.1 hml
taken It, and he reported the matter
to Mr. Brown, who found the b'-y ot
tnelr hnnes. Thry were to'.J t re
port to Judge Beatle Ul morning.
MOHAMMED ALI MIRZA.
Depeeed Shah ef Persia, Who
Seeks t Regain His Throne.
EAST SIDE PICKED
FOR BIG HIGHWAY
BOARD DECIDES ROUTE orrm.nm
MORE ADVANTAGES THAN
OTHER ONE CONSIDERED.
ASSOCIATION 10 KEET TO
STATE FAIR FEATURE
Epistle to the Hebrews that He ever
live to make Intercession for us.
I wish to remind you at this time
of lust a few of the "Comes" with
which Christ called to men. The
first we will call the "Resurrection
Come" the "Come" that He poke
before the tomb ' of . Laiaru the
"Come"' that a man who traveled for
four day In the land of death heard
and came back to earth again.
Laiaru was a man whom Christ
loved. When .Lazarus fell III his
friends ent for Christ Immediately,
but Christ was a Ions- way off. He
did not reach the home ot Lazarus
until tout days after death had pre
vailed over the body of the sick man.
When Christ knew the grief of tbe
family, He wept with them. Then He
asked them to lead Him to the tomb.
and when the stone obstruction had
been removed from tbe aoor. He
cried with a loud voice, saying, "Las
aros, come forth." and he who was
dead heard and came forth. This res
urrection "Come" is one of the biggest
and strongest words In the New Tes
Another "Com" to which I wouii
have you listen this time Is the ono
found In John 7:37. On the last, and
great dav of the feast, Jesu atood
and cried, saying, "If any man thirst.
let him come unto Me and anni.
This "Come" 1 a come of refresh
In several daces In the Bible water
la held up aa a symbol or emblem of
salvation and the blessing or salva
tion. We are told that wnen me
heirs of salvation shall gather upon
th nlnnes of llKht to possess me
Inheritance nrenared from the foun
datlon of the world, that the lamb
that is In the midst of the throne,
shall feed them and lead them unto
SALEM. Sept 11. (Special) The
Clackamas County exhibit is one of
the features of the State Fair,' which
opened today. It Is freely preo'ctea
that fce exhibit will win first prize
,n the competition or counties
Todav was "Pioneer Dr." Peoi'le
fiom the country, who know wh:tt
l.i!:s should be, said they were "ter
ribly pieased." Hundre li cf '.'d plo
nwera who have attended the acnjal
aan ! for year. ay :he exhibi
tion 1 larger and better than ever
before. " . -
There were men on the Fair
Grounds today who resided In Oregon
inn hofore the State Fair waa
thnnrfct of, Thev have seen the an
nual exhibition giow from year to
year, from what was at first a dl
nla of a few numnklns. range ste-
rmttlnr "hossea" hitched to
hnrkhoards. to the oresenuday exhl
bltlon with Its pure blood stock, farm
produce of unsurpassed quality and
100 head or me . unei -
ere shown on the Pacific Coast
Aged men and women for whom thU
aav was set aside by the State Board
ol Agriculture take pride In recognix
Ig this honor and pioneer rrom t iv
miles away ar In attendance today.
husband, m; -
YILL LEAVE STATE
Plan of Ralalng Money For Building
Boulevard and Other Prellmln- '
ry Arranjjemens Will Be
The East Side Capital Highway As
sociation will meet at the Commercial
Club tomorrow evening to make ar
rangements for raising the money to
build the Capital x High way through
Clackamas county. Other prelimin
ary matters also win be given atton-
Because of the many advantages of
fered the Capital Highway Commls-
has definitely decided upon the East
Side route for the highway, xnis
route is five miles shorter than the
one on the West Side, and touch more
money has been promised oy me -t
dents for the work.
The commission has announced
that materials wtll he assembled dar
ing the winter, so mat wo "-
road wtll be prosecuted vigorously In
tbe spring. .
In a general way, me runt -
Era and Barlow country. n1 tbI?ugB
Aurora. Brooks, Gervals and Wood
burn, to Salem. Tbe road will follow
ttxt old atag route.
This announcement cu
. i ... niiT.wacaL campaign.
through the various cities and road
district which are mieresie.
The commission win
ommendatlon to tne governor
convicts be used on me ' "
Rex-Tlgardvllle section ot road whb:h
Is being constructed on the West
Ride. The a-ppropnaiion dj i""
fon County cVmrt of half the coat of
a bridge acros the WUIamett at
Newberg 1 another Impetus toward
r-buildlng between Portland and
"Every road district affected by
proposed road ha given a promise
to make a Ux levy for the construc
tion work, and with these promises
besides the offer of wolnBtsuT
intinna the road will surely go
h rou eh next summer," said
Wnth. The Roadsters mad S errors ' " u thol..h tn.t the track will
id Seattle 2. but the poor playing D6 a(i t0 Beaver Creek by Christ-
um im( or tne noma team is not
"my reflected In the error column.
The results Monday follow :
Pacific Coaat League.
No game, nchC(ied.
. Northwestern Leagu.
Portland 7. Seattle 0.
Vancouver . Tacoma B.
Vovtorla-Spokane game postpon
ed, latter having failed to ar-
tm . Amsrlcsn League.
fllladelphla 12, New York 5.
UilcaBo 7, 8t. liouls 6.
Washington 7, Boston 1.
Cleveland and D-Jtro.t, not
National League. 1
Chlcano 2, Cincinnati 0.
Philadelphia 8. Brooklyn 1.
Nsw York lloston gam ponlpon
Pittsburg and St, Louis not
"oratnento , ,
Announcement has been made vhat
the price of the stock will be raited
to par. $100 a share, next Friday. It
has been selling for 50, and persons
who are desirous of becoming stooK
holders. should subscribe at once. A
sufficient amount of money Is In tne
treasury to complete the grading nd
build the bridges to Moiaua. w0..w
carloads of ties have been purchased
..j -,iil h uhlnnefl rrom nariuw ...
a few daya. It Is estimated that these
it, will be ample for five miles of
the road. .
TWINS AT 29 YEARS
' ATLANTA, Ga.. Sept
lal) A grandmother of two children
at the age of twenty-nine and of three
at thirty year., th wc"? of J??
H W. Dender. of this city. It is
claimed Mrs. BeruW is the youngest
grandmother onrecord. -
Mrs Bender, who Is 31 years old.
rns married to B. W. Moore, at Cj
Uimbla, 8. C. In 1892. She wss on y
thirteen years and three months .o d
when her first child was born Th i.
. ..,ffhtr. wss married in
1909 ' to Edward 8lnclalr, and In Jan
uary 1910, gave birth to twins h.
mother being barely sixteen, sod th.
j iiAi vt thlrtT. In J"1'
Jry of this year. Mrs. Bender's daugh
tr save birth to another child.
Mows died when Mr. SlncMr
as an tatfant. Later hi. widow mar
ried E. W. Bender.
MAKE GIRLS SUCCEED
BOSTON, Sept. 11. (Special.)
Fashion's tendency during the last
few years toward smaller hats for
women has resulted la a distinct im
provement In the condition of the sex,
according to Dr. George W. Oalvln,
head of the emergency Hospital her.
"Many women wonder how It I.
they find themselves able to do work
which a few years ago they wouldn't
have dreaed of attempting." says
Dr Galvln. "Should they desire to
know the reason they need but think
of the decrease In the slie and weight
their hats, and thev nave me an
swer to their Question. Wellesley and
n.Heiiffa s Iris are every year gain
Ing In their classroom averages and
.r. oraduallv surpassing young men
In their studies. it is a iigniurain
fact that most college girl wear no
hats at alL" ' -
Convicts Allowed to Gamble.
CARSON CITY, Nev., Sept 11.
(Spcfilnl.) Warden B.iker of the
Stain I'euitentlary hiu ta'iivd th
iiim' into a small ga'uollng estab
lishment 'To divert th.tr minds,
and end their worries," Is the ward
en's explanation. Faro and roulette
m-e the favorite games, but chucaluck,
Klondyke poker, fan-tan and bridge
have tho!r devoteea. Every game l
on tl.i level; tn credit la extended;
pickpockets and robbers are barred
from exercising their calling. '
Alleging that her husband allowed
her and her children "to live without
the necessary comforts of life, and
upon several occasions neighbors of
plaintiff and defendant gave this
plaintiff dry bread, presumably for
plaintiff's chickens, and that she was
romoelled to pick out the best of said lovlnc fountains of water, and God
bread for herself and children." Mrs. shall wipe away an tears rrom meir
Anna B. Wh.ttler Monday, through Zfrl
Attorneys Dlmlck and Dtmlck, filed . pf water 0f nf ciar as crys-
sult for divorce from Fred V. Whit- tal. This river is symbolical or me
tier, a well-known resident of Oswe- Holy Spirit and the work He accomp
lished among men. ine me vi hj
believer Is the channel througn wnicn
this river flows for tne rerresnmeni
of th. world.
innthw "Come" or areat interest
la a "come" with a "go" in rrom m
It. found In Matt. 19:21. A young Jew.
Hr. and Influential and living a soft
injurious life, came to Christ to In
quire the wsy to Eternal life. Christ
aM him to "sto" ana ampose oi mi
...lth for the benefit of humanity,
ml then come and follow him ana
he would find what ne was looain
for. But the young retiow moua..i
more of his gold than ne aia or m
mil Tie came and went sorrowfully
away. The world, with its wesun
nt its measures. oUen comes o-
go. 8ho runner cnarges mat not
husband has treated her cruelly In
other wnvs, has regarded her as a
servant, and from February to June,
1909, refused to speak to her except
Ir.x In a harsh manner and by cur
in and swearing at her,
The plaintiff avers that her bus
hunrf Is indolent' has refused to
work, although It was offered nim.
anil haa anent much of his time in a
wlmml!ia- hole In the river at Os
wego, and In attending vaudeville
hnwa. Rhe declares she was com-
nelleH to ao to work In a shirt fac
tory In Portland and do washing
and Ironing to support herself and
mm U'Httlur declares that at var-
Irius times neighbors have given hor tween men and God. Men must go
.m .i.kin. rmm whlrh to make --a . rtvht wtth their neighbor bo-
garments for her children, but that fore they can possa"" the blessings of
her husband has tsken tbe doming God.
and worn It She says she was conv
pelled to pay a physlclsn for his ser
vlcei by selling butter, eggs and veg
The plaintiff and defendant v. ere
msrrled -August 19. 1898. at Salem,
and have three children, Charlotte
Prudence Whittler, eleven years old,
George CUne, who lives near New
era. was fined S20 by Justice of the
Peace Samson Monday on complaints
charging assault, sworn out by nis
wifo and her sister. Mrs. C. A. Chat-
field, of Spokane. Mrs. Chatfiel-1
went to her sister's home last week
for a visit of several days. It wai
alleged that the trouble started over
CUne spanking her baby after It had
fallen in the mud. The derenaant ae-
nled that he had struck tbe women.
After the Imposition of the fine,
CUne declared, although he had come
here to live, he would leave the stare
at once. Mrs. CUne said she would
take action to prevent ner nusoami
selling their farm until she was as
sured she would get me pan anuwc-i
her by law.
EDITH FREESE HAS
Another come of great comfort Is
tnnA In Matt. 1:28. wnere tnnn
says, "Come unto me all y that la
bor and are heavy laden and I will
give you rest." This Is a call which
, ntnu io alL men ocum u. i
m warv at time ana dbwu imii
.nrf men find rest In Christ by tafc
nd Donald 'A. Whittler and Douglass nR hs yoke upon them ana learning
R. Whittler. rive years oia. mr. 0f Him,
Whittler ssks the custody or mo
children, 1)50 temporary alimony.
tits month permanent alimony ana
that she Is declared the owner of
real estate, which she says was
houeht with money she earned and
4 ARRESTED ON 8ERIOU8 CHARGE
TAKING OFF FLESH
PARIS, Sept. 11. Jack Johnson Is
Constable Brown. Monday, arrested
alr.rVnr.nVnrC.rnk,U VWst h.v g hard work to conceal r g.
e,.rin. them . with attempting to vubllc th fact t at he Is hav n, t,tr
vm rharles Hslnt. of Mount rieas-
an. The alleged attack Is said to
have occurred August 30. when the
men charged wltn the attack worsea
for Helns. They will he given a
hearing In Justice of the Peace Sam
son's court at 10 o'clock this morning.
Patnmls our advertiser.
fi.,i, in ettln into conaumn n
his battle with Bombardier Wells In
1 nnilnn OetobO 2.
Fond'of being photographed at any
end all times, Johnson absolutely re
fimoa tn have his pictures Uken lit
fighting kit Ho la hog fat, espeolr.lly
rbout th stomach, but file 1'ito
rage If the fact Is mentioned. - .
uh tp f vveeae entertained ten
nunr friends in honor of her daugh
r v.iiith'a tenth birthday Saturday
Games were played and the first
prlxe. a hook, was won oy vera uw
ell, while tbe consolation prlxe went
to Edith Freese.
Painty refreshments were servea
ih dln'ina room which was decorat
ed in panslea and asters. Those pres
ent wore. Vera Howell. Gladys Jan
uary, Hilda Myers. Kima uzourB,
May Iwe. Helen Soreghan, Edith D.
Freese, Clarice Himmous, unumu
Freese and Billy Simmons. ,
FIELDER JONES PICKED
AS LEADER OF LEAGUE
SEATTLE, Sept. 11. (Special.)
There Is a possibility that Fielder
J s, the old leader of the Chicago
White Sox. will head the Northwest
ern league nixt year. Jones has al
ready signified his willingness to ac
cept and It Is virtually certain that
Judge Lindsay will not be "re-elected
for the coming season.
HAS BIG HTDMCE
-v- .n ,rm of the McLoughlln
Institute was opened Monday with the
of the -argest attendances in the hl
torv of the school, adotk v
dr7n were enrolled and it is exit
ed that this number will he largely
augmented in two or m v
mX of those who will attend are
hopplcklng. The cturae corapriHe.
eight years In the grammar gr.de
and two year in man -"""
teacher, sre -rloyed. six of whom
are sisters. ramer tiu'v.i.-
cwrge oVthe school, the Sister Su
perior being direccores. of tbe stud
ies. . r- - .. , . t
SIDEWALK DELAY DUE
TO LACK OE LUMBER
n..in. the netitlon that Is be
ing clrsulated for signatures to the
City Council that work on me
walk on Singer hui o .7
eompletlon. Councilman Burke chair
man of the wm" " ' ' ...
said Monday the delay had been caus
ed by a failure to obtain
-It is the Intention to finish the
sidewalk as soon ss possible." said
Mr Bu-fce. "When the lumber is ob
tained lifty men will be put to work
If necessary. The contractor Is Jus.
s anxious as the council to complete
the sidewalk, but It has been impos
sible, owing to the ;,.
roads, to get the lumber. It OTt
red more than two weeks ago. and K
fs being laid as fast as It arrives."
SUIT BEING HEARD
rrm RAIJ2 Haider Patent, three-
hnra wason evener: new; whole
sale price 4.75. Will sell for $3.60
It is a rare bargain. Oregon Com
The divorce suit of George W.
Thlessen against Emma Thlessen.
former resident ot Sellwood. was
..h tnr trial hefore Judge Camp
bell Monday. All the direct evidence
was heard and the rebuttal testimony
will be given Wetmesaay. mrm.
sen In a cross complaint alleges that
her' husband compelled her and her
baby to move from Sellwood and live
in a granary on his father s farm
near Concord. BOe ssaeria .-.
became III, and after treatment .1 -
hospital, her husnanu torn u,,r
to return to tneir nam.
however, and she aver that when a
asked for rooa ne orounni. nr
piece of bread, and ridiculed her bsr
for his brother. Browneii ana sjtow
represent the plalnUlf and rssleat
and Dlmlclx the defendant Both hn
band and wife want th cusUrf.
their child. ' - r)
R4 fhs uontng ttter, '