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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1911)
H O'K'Ni N 0
he only dally Mwiir ft.
tween Portland and Salem; oleoo.
latee In every aectlon of Clacka-
Hl . o n-Falr; westerly
maa County, with a population ef ,
30,000. Ara you an advatlaarf
10 r -
WEEKLY E N T'E UPRISE CSTA6LISIICD ls6o
Pkb Week," 10 Cent
OREGON CITY, OREGON, tiURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1911.
L UVI AT BEST HOTELS
AND BAFFLE! POLICE
U ums io mau.
MtkM Blgg Hau.t In Modaat
H.mt .nd Call Mansions
.,lk,, Work Dona
tNOKIJM. Spt. 13. Opeclall.
... tw H All la. lariat of
trough ma arrr.v 7
tuday f Elmer iteynoma,
. i.n.liiMii man rf
l.od, th niymrry surrounmug me
-kn IIvmI af the best nuieis ui
i-clri for two week a. baffltug
Lru of the hotel detectives to
L h! Identity, and finally dlaap-
Lf, fca Uua solved.
rtmarkahle story of Juvenile ad-
.. i. Bmiihrrn California waa
Ltd hen young Reynolda waa
k, boy dlaapiwared irm pi" iiumw
L.1..J months (. Accord-
L hli story ba waa not lct,T
Lot fir he turned his back upon
M boy posed as wealthy young
welng tha country and traveling
u tha continent to Join hie pen
Ht Hed l best botels,
U tt f""l and "P" money lav
. .i,,in. hall bora liberally. Bluca
Lfl boma ha baa vlalted fifteen
k along lha Pacino roast, inciua-
lfun Frandsro, ine Anaoia, ia
U Ban IUpko and Hanta llarbara.
L '.ntirm-a t H od I a ndr-w aa-t ha
lit of an Invaatlicatlon Into tha
ImtIo which ha ol'Ulnad tha mon.
(pan ahlrh he llvad ao wall. Rayn-
Ltu Uken to HMimai ana ar
nf mn rorant buralarlaa. In
lurt tlma ha confaaaad and agraad
kk tha offlr.T to an or tna nouaoa
iidtotarad. Ha wnl wituoul an
h. ..n hiiia that had tMtan
brttd antiTad and told whan ha
lato them. .
our b'f tnanalona ara a faka. I
t irrt thlnar In any of them." ha
"But I marfa good haul! In tha
i kiu. mi nrinii atraaL I waa
titifd wHh your old town and waa
It to itt out Tor ko wncn i i
fH at ColtoD. That waa my fault
uua Bernardino I triad to gat a
h tn Inm lnif.1.1 Kilt had to Walt
tmr; thry told mo to go to Col ton
couia apt a ram train, i warn
njt sit ziatia-ht
p only other tlm 1 mm nr
Ilrta Mnvhl tauaiBl At tKatt ar ThnTfl
aonia on ban Matao airaai. nurn,
iir rfmcmbrr namea or atraaia.
it I waa hunt tna: for monay I
i lomaone ao In tha rear door
Iran thrnnirh th front door. I
ii 7 notebook and cut fny hand
JHD COUNTY W
UNl'FR ROAR Rill
(iiin vil.ii iivnu 1ia.t.
row la brewing between
' City and ciuckamaa Coun
T1 city, through City At
P'l Story, auliiiiltted a claim of
N to the Coiuity Court, aald to
Jl dtya ahnre of the $35,000 a"t
r oy the county for the llqulda
aoi road warranta. It waa con
by the court that tha amount
Mxceive nrni the bill waa r-
N to Chief lw.i,nt aharllf Hraata
fi'Mtiiiite. lir, ha reported that
i j m.....
r l entitled to only $1,700. and
wraiy t,ouri will not allow more
1 IMa aum. ritr Attornav RtorV
Nfldent the hill ha auhmlttnd la
Fct and ,e propoaea to flght for
-""J. v. it
m Historical Pic
Lrt children aea aoma-
' la good, aomathlng
Uy wl1' rtmembap and can
scA-rn THE MASTER MINDS"
-"T, hKKt-r OR tVt RY MAN TO MIS OWN TRADE . .
M4MI if ArTlJRFR
, t-i ,PM,un lurar Ate n -u tTf IT"
-) mii i i AMD rw ropier Pi
Paohimfmt Fruit Crowcr about
TO MVTLOPANfW CRAFTING- PRoCtSS.
rDr a t a.
"USA . w 4
TJ,,U,otolsrw1 suogetJ uTlItetUrwwmcterfcalWlU
o1Ur port of famlnlrva 3pndrel UlnoLoJy knows wkJ may Vjjan ll IU
ooctlcomi popolar Ijwtorefrosi ArrKe. I r
Jwry CiY.s.tU Quit, properlo UlH a moscjurto on a glrlj nck ll
youVv lon l4rodocd to rr tfooffe. Jlsdflrees wltn fry Lrtan
toakmA in molosjcs an J browncI. Boll lour hours cind dunnp IT InTU
sxrwar. . ' ;
CAFiAL'S FATE IS UP
TO PROPERTY 01ER8
What anewer property owner along
the.eal bank of the Willamette, make
to communlcatlone forwarded W-l-
neaday by Major Mclndoe, Corpa of
Englnera. U. 8. A., aa to what vaiuc
they place on that portion of their
holding through which it la propoaed
to comtruct a canal and lock at the
Willamette Falla, may decide whethir
the project will be undertaken.
The fact owner of the land may
aak more than the Government think
reasonable will not block the work, aa
condemnation can be reaorted to, but
In vent price that may be allowed
under that procedure are deemed too
hlRh, the canal will not be built.
To the Portland Railway, Light A.
Power Company, Hawley Pulp Pa
per Company, Crown Pulp and Paper
Company and the Oregon City Manu
facturing Company the requeata of
prlcee on right-of-way were forward
ed and In each it waa made plain that
construction of th canal depended
on the epene of the rlght-of way.
Another communication of much the
aame tone wa directed to Mayor
Brownell aa, Oregon City baa
treet right that may be Included In
Major Mclndoe ha pointed out to
head of manufacturing enterprlaea
on the eaat bank of the atream that
the building of the canal will not
hut off their tall racee. as provision
will be made to carry them beneath
the concrete bottom of the canal to
SPECIAL SESSION '
URGED FOR ROADS
PORTLAND. Sept. 13 (Special)
That Governor West be asked to call
a special session of the legislature ad
once to act on the four road bills
drafted by the Oregon Good Roads
Commission was the recommendation
made in one of the resolutions adopted
by the commission today, after the
clone of the debate on the proposed
W. t IirlBtol and bis committee of
seven, after working late Into the pre
ceding night, presented at the open-
In. r.1 Ihm tnomlna- SflSslon COnleS O
four bills embodying the suggestions
the comlsslon had referred to mem
with th. avr.antlon of the state-aid
bill, there was little debate on their
adoption. Both in the forenoon and
afternoon session, however, argument
,.v..i warm hetween the faction rep
resenting the grange and the major
ity faction which favored the state-
aid bill as presented by tne commiue
Council Maetlna Postponed.
The rearular meeting of the City
rvinnHI last nlaht was adjourned till
lht. There wa not
I.UV L I f J ' - -
fiunrnm nresent anff no business
could be transacted. Following the
i adjourned , regular meeting Monday
night the council will hold the special
meeting previously called ror mat ev
PERPETRATED BY WALT Ac DOUGALL
birti i CivCAFl Pf VHf R
OPSNIN& tHLARCED AVtNtlt TO
HAarxtT.wiow cxarniaimoN and
' Bu6it5i CONMT(ONS.
THREE MUNCILMEfl TO
BE ELECTED THIS FALL
Successors. to Counctlmen Andresen,
Mlchels and Strickland will be elect
ed at the December election. Coun
ctlmen are elected for a term of three
years, and three are elected each year.
The three whose terms will expire
this Fall have not announced whether
they will be candidates for re-election
but It Is said that at least two of them
will be. Mr. Andresen la president
of the board and presides in the ab
sence of Mayor BrownelL
WORKMAN, CAUGHT IN
F. C. Donavan, a workman em
ployed by C. C. Babcock, in the
excavation for a sewer at Twelfth
and Water streets, had a narrow es
cape from death In a cave-In Wednes
day afternoon. The trench is about
ten feet deep, and the walls on both
sides caved In without the slightest
warning. The other workmen man
airt in eararje. bnt Donovan waa
burled up to his arm pits. F. C.
Burke, chsirman or tna committee on
Streets of, the City Council, who
chanced to be present, superintended
the work of rescue. The man waa not
seriously In Jure 2, and resumed work
after being extricated.
LITTLE GIRL WRITES
OF SEVERE STORM
Marie Holmes, daughter of W. A.
Holmes.who, with her mother Is vlslt
iri in Ixlmnon has written her. sis
ter Myrtle, an Interesting letter des
cribing a severe storm ttiere a tew
days ago. The letter concludes:
"Grandfather was throwing some
wheat to the chickens when a wind
Just tore around, and had a whirl
wind In the barn yard. Then a' few
Irons of rain fell, then hail as big as
marhlftS lust nenDerea aowu. n
KrL. thr windows on the west
side. If you would- carry bucket full
after bucket "full and pour In Allle's
room you couldn t mane me carjei
"Why Myrtle, glass Just flew around
the- window blinds were Just shatter-
ot Hrandna has to go to town -this
morning and get five panes of glass
for tha windows you ought to see
the garden; the corn Is Just ruined.
The mushmelon vines were torn out
of the ground. Also the squash vines
were torn out. The plums knocked
off the trees, the grepe vines strip
ped. They have bushels and bushela
of beans torn out of their shells and
laying on the ground. Utile guineas
are missing. Apples and peaches
knocked off from the treea.
"Grandpa's house waa In the worst
of it I guess. The storm Just went
In a streak. The climate of Oegon
Is surely changed from what it used
ro be. No one Is Injured but lots
of damage was done."
titmi Lffn rvDCOT MDCIKlT.
Popular and saleabl brand
AnO CLtvATtNC. THE TONE
ow thC BUSINESS.
BtNLVrxCNT INSUfuXNCE MAGNATE
DCVI5ING A, PLAN TO IMPROVE.
MtTHOOa AND BtKEfIT POUCY HOL0CP3
n Implies. '
I1EII JUIIP AS ENGINE
Three men had narrow eacapea
from death when a threshing machine
engine belonging to J. Moses, crashed
inrougn a nriage on tne Kruse kobu,
two miles bevond Estacada. Wednes
day afternoon. The engine fell 10
feet Into a gully. Judge Beatle aald
nlflrh that 111. Pnnntv Pnurr wouM
send a crew of men to the scene to
day and hav the engine removed.
Several men were on the engine when
the timbers of bridge began crashing.
They Jumped and cleared the bridge
before it tumbled In. The apan will
be repaired at once.
' PORTLAND. Me.. Sept 13. With
all but 76 of the 611 cities, towns and
plantations verified by mall returns
from town and city clerks, .there wss
an annarant malnrltv aaalnst the re
peal of constitutional prohibition of
The town clerk's returns from 403
nut nf the Kn cities, towns and nlan-
tatlons In the state early today gave
a majority against repeal of the pro-
niDitory law or &3t. me voie on i"
fara nf thaae ratnrna stood :
For repeal. 60,097; against repeal.
cn Kit '
inniMntlv almnaf rnnfttant ffftlna Of
the "dry" . factions by wnicn an ap
parent "wet majority oi more man
7no votes waa wined out yesterday
waa thn hnllnvet to be traceable to
anm .YF.nl in different tnethods em
ployed by the newspapers in conecv
ln h. HMiilli nn Mnndav nlsrht.
In most caaes correspondents were
Instructed to telephone tne Tote to.1
repeal first and that against repeat
afterward, but in several Instances
the figures were reversed.
STOCK COMPANY TO PLAY HERE
Franklin Aggregation Will Begin En
aaaament Next Monday,
Manaa-er Wolbert announces the
engagement of the Franklin Stock
Company, which comes to Shlvely'a
opera house for three performances,
cnmmnnHni Mondav evenlna. BeoL
m Tha nlava to be oreeented here
will be' "Dora Thome." "The Girl of
the Hills, Don't Ten My wire.
Thla mmnanv comes IllKhlV indorsed.
and local theatre-goer can rest as
sured of seeing high ciaea organiza
tion Thla organization la comoosed
of aome of the best players, such as
Mr William Wolbert and Mr. Ronald
Bradbury, who have been members
of the Baker Btock Company In Port
land for tha nast four years, together
with Mr. Steve Burton and Miss Flor
ence Henry, who have played with
some of the best atock organizations
in th. Aailorn fltlaa Mr. I.lffhten
Thomas Is also another artistic actor,
who's clever work ranks him among
the foremost players. This list of
artlnia ara cniallv auDDorted bv a
company of experienced players. This
la nn donht nna of the most Import
ant draamtlo organizations coming to
this city this season and should in
terest discriminating theatre-goers.
Seats will be on sale at Jones Drug
Store Friday. . ,
EAST SIDE FIGHTS
FOR PACIFIC ROAD
ASSOCIATION WILL TRY TO HAVE
ROUTI Of HIGHWAY CHANG
ED FROM WEST BANK
VICE-PRESIDENT- DESCRIBES WORK
Commleelon Accept $300 ftubacrlbed
For Tha Preliminary Work On
Capital Boulevard Tax
' Levy la Urged '
The East Side Capital Highway As
sociation, which prevailed upon the
State Highway Commission to select
the east aide route for the Capital
triirhwav at an enthusiastic meeting
Wednesday nlgbt, determined to make
a flght to have tne racinc tngnwar
route between this city and Portland
on the East Side. The Association
announced recently that tne
West Side road to tms
cltv had' been - determined -upon, A
committee composed of J. F. Kertch
em, C. P. Morse and M. D. LaUrurette
ral .nimlniKit to attend the next meet
ing of the Pacific Highway Associa
tion and nrge that the route be
Changed, r .
- A letter from G. F. Koogera, prom
dent of the Capital Highway Commis
sion, accepting the $300 Bent by the
East Side Capital Highway Associa
tion, waa read. Mr. Rodgers said that
the commission accepted the money
nn onnrlltlnn that It might be used for
general purposes without reference to
whether it is Bpeiu ior wur m
amaa County. The aecretary was In
Btructed to notify the commission that
it could use the money aa It see fit.
Frank Riley, Vice-President of the
gon, announced that the signs which
had been placed along the route In
thla state and Washington hadlen
a factor In stimulating a desire among
th people for better roads. He aald
that the highway waa being described
in every magazine and almoat every
newspaper In the United S la tea and
that it Had attracted Interest through
out the country.
'British Columbia will do Its part
In building the highway," aald Mr
1 Hlley. inai cvuuuj u
I r..i .v.t.m nf roada. About $5.0t0vOO0
Jls.belns apent annually. on the thor
oughfares, ana an enori is uiuB uiw
to outdo Jfingiana in. iui roiv.w
money la rallied through an annual
per capita tax oi $10.
Mr. Riley aald that within ten days
a person would be able to go from
Vancouver to the California line along
the route of the Paclflo Highway aa
marked by elgns, and that within a
year a trip could be Uken from Alas
ka to Mexico City.
Th. will h. a continuous pro
cession of automobiles along the high
way After 1915, contlnuea Mr. tuiey,
anH it will become the greatest thor
oughfare In the world. But it will
not only be for automobiles. Farm-
era will be able to nam tneir pruuuuv
it Hav In tha vear. and it will
atlmulaie them to Improve the roada
In their respective uisincia.
.-rh. -out airia road from Portland
to 'Oregon City was selected because
It Is In good, condition ana ur i
scenic advantagea. If the propoaed
ir.aat side route la shown to be a bet
ter one there la no reason why a
change cannot be made.
u t n.wI1. of Jennings Lodge,
declared that the portion ot the Cap
ital Highway on tne nasi, oiuo u"
be made a far aupenor road to that
chosen, by the Pacific Highway Aa
aoclatton on the West 1 Side. He
thought taxes, should be raisea ior
the building of the road aa soon aa
A. L. Beatle saja mai me d"
had been dlacrlmlnated against In the
past, and It waa up to the people to
show what they could do by building
a first class road aa the Clackamas
County division of the Capital High
way. He aald tne gravel necesry
could be obtained from the river when
the government dredges the Wlllam-
. a n..ha. a ion w.rn maun dt a. .
iini.i.iii r w. Rlsler. J. F. Jennings
C. P. Morse, Thomaa Lindsey, W. H.
Golding and Carl V. uraun.
Upon motion ot ur. wn m. u.
t c w rirImt and A. L.
lWUI CUV, .." -
Beatle were appointed a committee
to devise ways and means of raising
.v in. hulldlna- the highway
me " J " r.
through the county and report at a
meeting next Wednesday nigm. - j.
tn vA,.h.m nrAalriant of the ASHO-
elation, reviewed the work that had
been done, ana urgea mn o.j
do his ahare toward having the work
started as soon as possible.
"FRAT" FATHER TO
PUT HOUSE IN ORDFR
E. C. Latourette, a senior at the
University of Oregon, and house fath
er of the Kappa Sigma, will leave fciV
nrday for Eugene to Pt his house In
order before the opening, September
19. Mr. latourette has had two tons
of coal dumped at the building, and
he declarea that he will shovel this
Into the cellar himself." But the coal
la not his chief worry. 8everal of the
students live In the house, and It Is
part of Mr. Latourette' dutle to see
that tbey.are well fed. So early this
aummer he had large quantltlee of
fruit canned and preserved and put
away In the cellar. Everything "was
fine, and Mr. Latourette was looking
forward to numerous felicitations from
his cltibmates upon his forethought,
until he learned Wednesday that the
fruit had "worked" and burst the bot
tleB. He will personally supervise
the canning and preserving or anoth
WILLIAM H. MANN.
Ha I tha Oavarnor af
the Stat ef Virginia.
Fboto by Amadcaa fraas Aaaoctatkm.
RAILWAY TO HAKE
IN STREET FILL
The chief engineer of the Portland
Railway Light & Power Company haa
Informed Councilman Burke, chair
man of the Committee on Streets, that
the company will begin at once mak
ing the fill on Main atreet from Elev
enth to Fourteenth atreeta. The rail
road has been granted permission to
!. ita track a in the depression, and
haa promised to surface the atreet
with gravel at a cost of sixty cent a
yard to the city. This Is $1.10 cheap
er than th HtT could bur the craveL
The section of the atreet which It le
proposed to All haa been an eyesore
In rainy weather for years, and part
of It now Is a veniaoie quagmire.
GOVERNOR TO SPEAK
AT M1LWAUKIE FAIR
Th. M llwankl P. ran am will hold a
fain at nrvatnl taka Park September
21 to 23 Inclusive. There will be a
K.nit onnart nn the onenlnr nlebt by
the Mllwaukle Band and President
W. J. Kerr of the Oregon Agricultural
College, win deliver an aonrens.
Th. nr.mlnma fnr the various ex
hlt.lia will he awarded bv the Judges
September 22. The feature of the
second nay be a baoy snow at
in In th. aftornnnn. Cantaln J. P.
Shaw will be In charge and several
handsome prizes win be awaraea. in
h. .v.nlnv the Oak Grove Glrle
TionH will a-ive a concert. There win
be addresses by Governor West and
Mayor Brownell of Oregon City.
Th.r. win he talks bv nromlnent
grangers at two o'clock the last day
and at o clock a game or, nan win
start. There will De nreworaa anu
Hanin In tha evening:. Hoseler'a
orchestra will furnish the music for
the dance. Space for exhibits, etc..
may be had by applying to u. ti
Naef or Mrs. Maggie Johnson. H
J. Starkweather will be auperlntend
ent of the grounds,
' Raw. Oaaood To Preach.
Tha Rn nsmnit or Seattle, who
will nrairh Rnndav mornlnr and even
ing at the Congregational Church, will
arrive In tha cltv today. He will con
duct tha mid-week service at the
Patronize our advertiser.
W carry a fomp'.cia
hna. includind Ih new
Charter Oak pattern,
X All Time r
- Gills most appreciated art tnosa yjtfjwp
II .which, beside being beautiful Have y?Lfjrp5j&l&
If a repulalion lor quality. For this KAjl'irrj
I ' reason, silverware stamped aCevkV.
Ml ROGERS BR0S.
is most desirable lof gifts. For vtr threap
. score years this popular brand has been ihe W',
V choice ol Ihose wishing ihe very best in Cr' .
, silver plale "Silptr TUu that WM,frJ
'he hind tfial
line-includinalh new W T""5- .
Burmeister & Andresen
i Jewelers -
Suspension Bridge Comer i x Oregon City
TO DINE SCRIBES
MEMBERS OF STATE EDITORIAL
ASSOCIATION WILL VISIT' '
MILLS IN OREGON CITY.
NOTED WRITERS TO MAKE ADDRESSES
W. 8. U'Ren, E. B. Piper, 4. T. Carroll
and George Trowbridge Among
Those Who Will Speak to
W. A. Shewman, aecretary of the
Oregon Editorial Association, has com
pleted the program for the annual
meeting which will be held In Port
land, September 21, 22 and 23. A
feature of the meeting will be a trio
to thla city to Inspect the mills. The
Commercial Club will give the visit
ors a luncheon. The morning session
of the first day will be devoted to
registering,-aaipointment of commit
tee, reading ot reports of officers and
other routine business. The election
of officers will be held at the after
noon session and J. EJ. Gratkel of the
Astoria Budget, will deliver an ad
dress ou "Bettering oar condition."
All members will be expected .to give
their views on VGood of the associa
tion. George Putman, Medfbrd Tri
bune will apeak on "Publicity Work"
and Charles Flsner, oi tne cugene
Guard, will apeak on "Job printing.
Its effect."- In the evening the mem
bers will be given a dinner by tne
Paper Dealera Association of Port
Sonpra Reach will apeak on "Coat
Finding" at the morning session -tne
second flay: RR-rtrr-wilr-pak:
on "School of Journalism' and Mr.
O'Brien, of the Marahfleid Record, wiu
deliver an addresa on "Caah BubactilJ-
tlons." "Postal Laws" win he tne
subject of an address by C. B. Mer
rick. Postmaster. Portland. George
uimaa will sneak on "Our Indiana"
and Bruce Dennla will tell about " Se
curing New Members to tne Associa
J T. Carroll will speak on "Preaa
and Poiltlea." W. 8. U'Ren and some
one to be chosen will debate single
tax. and answer questions asked by
members, oeorge Troworwza -win
speak on the "Obligatlona of City to
rountrv Press'' and W. D. Willlama
will ' make an addresa on "Oregon
Press Good Boosters."
The Portland Press Club will take
care of the visitors In the evening,
entertaining them with one of its In
imitable "High Jlnka- programs.
a trln tn Oreeon Cltv via. the O.
W. P. will be taken Saturday morn
ing. ' The paper mine and electric
plant will be Inspected, and the vis
itors will be the guests ot the Com
mercial Club at luncheon.' They will
return to Portland at 3 o'clock.
"pop comar buys
FARM IN THIS COUW
J v Patton of Portland, known aa
th. "Pnn Porn Kinr ." haa Invested hla
aavlnga in an 87-acre tract in the Gar.
Mld riiatrtct In ciackamaa uuniy.
near Estacada, for which he paid $11,
000. The tract was owned by Stokes
a Wnnoiar.i The land la nartlv set to
fruit. 16 acrea being in apples. It Mr..
Paulson's plan to plant more appie
treea at once. .
If Mr. Patlson had depended entire
ly on the aale of pop corn to acquire
money to buy thla tract. It is figured
nut that at five rants a baa It would
have required the disposition of 220.-
000 bags. If he had sold pop corn ai
the rate of 500 bags a day. It would
have Uken 440 daya to have enough
money from this scour ce to buy the
PUC- f '
Cojple Gets License.
A marriage license was Issued Wed
nesday to Myrtle Keith and Charles
Erlon of Estacada.
Read the Morning nterprtr.