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I WlATHIA INDICATION.
Oregon Cltyrrldey. rain and
a cooler; southeasterly wind.
Oregon Fair, and warmer la
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1560
tween Portland and ItMMti
latee In every section Of t.
mat County, wtth piatMi.a i
90,000. Are yew an aeVertCt' .
Vol l-NO. 5.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1911.
Pn Wur, 10 Cmxz3
RUSSIAN PRKMIIR SHOT IN
PRESINCt OP CZAR WHILI
BIG AUDIENCE THREATENS ASSAILANT
Lwyr Third Man To Mako Attempt
On Life Of Premier Who
Haa Bean Pavorlte
. Of Nlcholae.
KIKV. Sept. 1. Tho Ruaelan Pre
mier. It. A. Stolyplu. waa attacked
tiil attending a gala performanco
at the oixra tonight Ho waa wound
1 twice by bla assailant.
one bullet entered bla hand, while
ihM other penetrated tbo body, gras
In tlie liver and lodging In tbo aplno.
It I reported that tbo I'remler'a
wounds aro mortal.
Emperor Nlcbolaa waa preseut In
the thester. Tbo I'remler'a assailant
The two bulleta were fired from bo
hind hv a lawyer named Hagrof. Tha
.luitfliico turned to lynch tbo assassin
Home reports have It that a musician
also waa wounded.
The Mlulater of rtnence. M. Kokov-
off. waa alttlna- behind the Premier
.t tha time of the attack.
Probably no one peraon other than
ih rar blmaelf baa exercised great
er strength of Influence In tbo Rus
sian Kmnlre In recent yeara than M
Btolypln, aometlmea known aa the
tmn Man- of the government and
rtfir"cTtrtc1xed. rmhe-ot her-hand,
for many weakneaaea or his admin
lit rat Ion
Kom 51 yeara ago. M.' Btolypln
aarlv In bla career aa a atateaman
made bla power felt. Me received the
credit of blocking; outbreaka In Rue
la which threatened to effect a revo
lution that cam to a bead in tno aa
mlnl.trailon of Count Wltto. Ills con
duct In this affair, while drastic and
roureaalvo In the extreme, pleaaed
the Car and Stotypln became the
In thla caoacltr his policy of dras
tic repreaalon waa conUnued and be
quickly Incurred the hatred ot tno re,
olutlonlau. who. In 1'5. a' UB'
successful attempt on bla Itfo. He
escaped thla attack without barm, al
thuuah three ahota were fired at him.
In May, 10J. Btolypln waa appoint-
1 minuter of the Interior in tno uer
omykln Cabinet, under a regime that
waa short-lived. Lata In July of tbo
aama year an Imperial ukaao created
him Premier, but bo still retained tbo
Doit or Minister of tbo Interior.
In thla dual capacity, and with bis
greatly lncreaaed power, Btolypln rap
idly forged ahead a an imperial pow
er. Ilia repressive steps toward tbo
terrorists and tho Liberals aoon won
their detestation, as well aa tho enm
ity of alt advanced groups. With all
thla tinaravar tha new Premier re
tained tha confidence and lncreaaed
support of tho Ciar.
AN INTERESTED SPECTATOR.
BIG BOON IS DUE
III OREGON CITY
BUILDING OP CANAL, RAILROAD
AND HIGHWAYS WILL AT
TRACT THOUSANDS. '
MUNICIPALITY'S FUTURE ASSURED
Mayor Brownell Asked What Price
City Will Aak For Right Of
Way Of Canal Route
M UFlrSAYS WIFE
Tbo trial of J. C. Baulsbury. who
lives at Fifteenth and Washington
streets, arrested on a- charge of
drunkenness by Policeman Green,
will be called Saturday morning. Af
ter bis arrest the wife of tho prison
er aworo out a complaint against blm,
charging that ho had threatened to
kill ber. She aald that he carried a
knife concealed In his sleeve. Bauls
bury later repented and declare that
he had no Intention of doing bis wire
harm. She ssld she did not want
blm sent to jail, but Insisted that bo
bo put under bond to keep the peace.
Mrs. Bsulsbury said, her husband was
kind and agreeable when bo was not
ON LONG TRIP TODAY
BEVERLY Mass., 8ept. 14. Pree
Idnnt Taft leaves Deverly tomorrow
im hia aornnit iwlni "around the cir
cl." In tbo opinion of bis friends
the trln nramlaes to bo one Of the
numt Imnortant over undertaken by
- a f'hur It am live.
He himself has said that ho will
spend moat of bis speaking hours In
discussing the lesser political sub
jects, but It Is admitted that. other
subjects may bo thrust upon him.
Two yeara ago tomorrow the Pres
ident started for Deverly on his first
continental trip after entering tho
While Hotisa.He bad been six rnonths
In office and tho Payno-Aldrlch tariff
law had been five weeks on tho sta
tute books. On thst trip ho delivered
.Ms famous address at Winona, Minn.,
In defense of that law on which moat
of the criticism of tho Administra
tion tariff policy has been based.
Read tho Morning Er-'Irfrprtse. '
- WIN FAIR PRIZES
Schmidt Brothers, of Bhubel. who
hsve been the moat successful raisers
of Shropshire sheep In this county,
vara awarded seversi prises at the
State Pair. Among the first prlxes
obtained by tbem are for ewe lamos,
flock e-et of sire, two ram lambs and
two ewe lamba and Shropshire spec
ials. They . were given second and
flfth nrtxna for ram lambs. The
Maaara. Schmidt have for yeara won
nri.a t tha fair, but thla year tney
h mora auccesful than ever be
111 COUNTIES AID
Vice-President frank B. RUey, of
k- Po,.mr. HUhwar Association, has
reoelved notice that the sign-placing
party under direction of Secretary
Fretwell has been to Eugene and la
progressing through the upper Willa
mette toward tho Umpqua basin. In
tho rout across Oregon it Is planned
n ntaca ft no signs, which will necessi
ty inn noata. Secretary D. C. Free-
..n f tha Kusene Commercial Club,
says' Lane county Is entering Into the
anlrlt of tho work with the greatest
..ii,,i.i.Im TTnual cordiality Is as-
nH in Jackson county, as the real
dents of Rogue River Valley plan to
h.v- that nnrtlon Of me niKawaj
made the best of tho Oregon section
We're nbt singing In tho chorus In
the overeost business.
Wa feature them as "headllners'
this saston. ,
Our little label "L System" In your
Avarcoat thla winter Is a name sy
nonymous with qusllty and style.
. We are showing an espeolslly flno
selection of ' Raincoats IntDorted di
rect from "England.
, ' $Jfito$30
Look at them In our windows.
Not Like Others.
' 6th and Main S'a. ,
FERDINAND W. ROEBLING.
$1,703 ; Fine In Trutt Caaa.
9 MU. by Aimnou rraaa SaaooUUoa.
Dn.iltrw Ralaara Meet Tonight
The Protective Poultry Aasoclatlon
ill meet at 8 o'clock thla evening In
LOVE OF CITY LORES
Edward Anderson, formerly in bust
ness here, who was away from the city
two years, hss returned, and Thurs
day purchased tho confectionery
stock and. business of Oeorge 8a
crest Mr. Anderson Is well known
In Oregon City, hsvlng been In butii
nees In tho building occupied by tho
Klectrlo Hotel for several years.
Since ho left Oregon City ha has been
fit HUlMboro and Bay City, but the
attraction of his borne town was too
great to resist. . .
Mr. Anderson s parents, Mr. sna
.. n V. anriarann. live in Maple
tjinl anrf'are well and favorably
known to everybody In Oregon City.
Mr Anri.raon waa not married when
t..'i.f knt ha la now and his wife
will help hlra'dlreot tho destinies of
his new venture.
FREAK POTATO WOULD
BE HEAL FOR FAMILY
A freak potato, grown by Mrs. Ida
C. Bonner, of 1718 Harrison street.
wlrfch Is on display at tho Promotion
Office of the Commercial Club, is at
tracting much attention. Tho potato
welgha three and r one-half pounds,
and would mako a meal for a large
family. At threo cente a pound, the
price of potatoea several yeara ago,
this tuber would bo worth a little
mora than ten cents. Tho spud haa
a peculiar shape, and looks aa If It
waa formed by several potatoea grow
PROSPECTIVE BRIDE IS
VETERAN OP MEXICAN
Henr Lash, who had been a rest
dent of Oregon thirty-six years, died
at the borne of bis daughter, Mrs.
Mary Houghan, In Canby, Monday.
The funeral eerWces were held at
tho bouse .Tuesday afternoon at
o'clock. Rev. C. U Creesy being In
charge. Interment was mad In Zlon
Cemetery. Mr. Lash waa . about
alehtr-elaht years old.
The deceased was born In Ucklng
county, Ohio; October II, 1823. At
the age of eleven yeara be movea to
Illinois with his parents, but waa an
orphan one year later. He waa
veteran of the Mexican war ana re
ceived an honorable discharge at tbe
close of tho strife. Ho waa tbe uira
child of family of aeven and the
last one to die. He waa married to
Miss Lavlna Lash, who died In 1891,
nine children being born to tbem,
two dying In Infancy. Those living
are National Lash. Mrs. C. r. Kan-
dolph and Miss Lillle Lash, of Dan-
vers III., Oiled Lash, or Bioomington,
111.; Charles Lash, of Treka, Cat.;
Mrs. J. K. Crawfora. of Vancouver,
Wash., and Mrs. Mary Houghan, of
Mr. Lash bad made bis home wun
Mre. Houghan, except wnen visiung
with bis other children.
ATTENDANCE IS EXPECTED TO
BE LARGEST IN HISTORY
OF OREGON CITY.
SUPERINTENDENT MAKES STATEMENT
Parenta Aro Urged To Send Children
First Day So All May Have
Equal Chance High School
SESSION LIKELY FOR .
Miss Emily Orasler, of Monroe
street, wss surprised by a number of
friends . who are members of tho
Knights and Ladles' of Security,
Wednesday evening. The occasion
wss a farewell party to Miss Orasler
who Is going to bo msrrled. The
nrnanective bridegroom la Richard
Miller, of Albany, ana tno coupie
will make their home In that city.
Those present were: Mrs. J. H. Wood,
Eva Kent, Mrs. A. Alldredge, Mrs.
Catto, Dolly Mead. Lula McGathy.
Mrs. McOsthy. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin
Rau, Miss Mae Miller, of Albany.
Clarence Alldredge and . Jim Soot.
The party spent a very pleasant ovo
nlng and Miss Orasler waa the recipi
ent of a number of useful and ap
propriate presents. i f
Roseburg To Get Station.
R0SEBURO. Or.. Sept. 14. (Spec
ial.) Roseburg is to have a new pas
senger depot according to a telegram
received last night from General
Manager O'Brien of the Southern
Pacific Company. Work la to be
started at once and the plan, accord
ing to Mr. O'Brien la one that will
satisfy the people.
Members of tho Good Roads Com-
mlsHion feel resonably confident that
Governor West will convene the leg
islature In apeclal session for the en
actment of the good roads legislation
which haa been prepared and recom
mended by the Commission.
If the Governor should decide to
call the aolona together. It la regard
ed a certainty that he will undertake
In advance to exact from tho legislat
ors a pledge that In event of a apeclal
aeslon they will cohflne their delib
erations to the consideration and en
actment of needed road legislation.
Members of the Commission ex
pressed the belief that tho Governor
would respond to tho general deraanj
for legislation that la essential If sys
tematic road-bulldlng In the state Is
to be taken up next year. Thla can
be accomplished only by calling a
special session of tbo Legislature.
The syatem for road-bulldlng pro-
nosed bv the soeclal legislation com
mlitee, briefly summarized, provides
for state-aid method of road-building
aunervlsed by a stat highway depart.
ment presided over by a highway
comlsslonec subject to tho approval
of the Governor and supported by a
state- highway-fund-, permtta counties
through their respective courts to ob
tsln state aid if desired for roads In
their respective counties, otherwise
to conduct their road affaire as now
aolelv with their own money
within their own county or by hold
ing an election and issuing bonds It
That Oregon City will have a boom
In a short time that will place H In
the first rank of Oregon cities la the
consensus of opinion of business an1
professional men nero who aro fami
liar with condltlona In fact, with
tha Dosslbie exception of Portland,
this city Is being favored as none oth
er In tbo state. Tbe building or tne
canal around the Falla of the Willa
mette at a cost of 1754.000, the aa
aurance that the Clackamas Southern
Railway, which Is to traverao the
rich Molalla Valley, will bo In opera
tion within a year, and the establish
ment of the Capital Highway and me
Pacific Coast Highway through the
heart of the city, will atlranlato busi
ness to such an extent that It la be
lieved thousands of persons will lo-
cat here and In the county
The larger part of tho money tor
building tho canal will bo spent In
nrea-on City, and a general prosper
ous condition is certain to result, Tho
directors of the Clackamas Boutnern
also will spend aa much aa possible
of tho money used in building me
railroad here, and a large sum win be
axnndd In building tbe two great
the canal and railroad in operation
and the blgbwaya opened for traffic
thousands of persons will come to
this city, who would not have been
attracted otherwise and that many
will remain and Invest Is a foregone
conclusion. Millions of dollars worth
of timber will be brought here by the
railroad, and that - aeveral sawmills
will be established la predicted. It
Is believed' that the greatest expan
sion will bo toward Portland, and.
that It will not bo many yeara be-
-for tho cities will form a Junction.
Mavor Brownell received the fol
lowing letter Thursday regarding the
tight of wa for tho canal:
September 13, 1911.
George C. Brownell. Mayor of Oregon
City. Oregon City, Or.
. oir: Referring to the map ahow-
Ing proposed location for a canal and
locka on the east aide of the Willa
mette River at Oregon City, a blue
print of which Is sent you herewith,
I am required to obtain for submis
sion to the Secretary of War, through
the chief of engineers, the cost of
securing tho necessary lands and
right of way, upon each of tho two
routes for the canal Indicated on the
blue print,- -
With this In rlew will you kindly
state whether your city Is willing to
sell such portion of the right of wy
referred to as It is legally possessed
of, and If so at what price?
The price asked must cover tbe
cost of furnishing satisfactory ab
atract of title to the United States. A
detailed description by metea and
bounds with plat for each piece of
land offered for sale must accompany
the offer, together with a statement
that the offer holds good for at least
six months from the date of receipt
thereof by this office.
Fnr vour anridance I will state that
It la proposed to take care of the tail
races by culverts passing beneath
the new canal. In "Proposed Canal
No. the height of loca wans mo. s
and No. 3 will be about 60 feet, or 8
feet above the crest of the existing
concrete dam around the Falls, the
height of the walla of lock no. z. io
feet, and of No. 1, 23 feet. In "Pro
posed Canal No. 2" me heigni oi
walla of locks Noo. 4. 3 and I'vMl
he about 60 feet and of lock No. 1,
91 ft. I
Detailed drawings of the locks have
not yet been made- and these ngures
Th route selected will depend up
on the reasonableness of tho prices
J. F. M'INDOE.
Major Corps of Engineers.
HAVE BUSY YET
OREGON IS TO BE THEMB C
MANY MEETINGS COMINO
WINTER AND 8PRINO.
INTERESTING R0CRJL1 fZZ
Literature And Art And Flown
Fauna Of State Will Bo Given -'--
tsntlon Domestic Science V-,
a Foatui-o. ; -4
It la expected that tho attendance
at tho Oregon City grammar acboola
which will open next Monday will bo
tbe largest In tbe history of tbo city.
Tbe high school will not open until
Wednesday. The new f.40,000 bulld-
ina- la ready for occupancy and tbe
pupils for the nrst time win nave me
benefit of all modern equipment. ' It
Is thought that many boys and gins
from tho county will attend. All the
school buildings have been renovat
ed, and everything is in readiness
for tbe opening.
Superintendent Tooze Issued the
following Thursday night:
he Oregon CHy grado scnoois
The Easthamfand Barclay will ooam
Monday morning at 9 o'clock aa
scheduled In the announcement pub
lished sometime ago." The buildings
are tn most excellent condition and
everything la ready for work at the
outset " Parents aro urged to aena
their children the first day In order
that there may be no delay in start
ing out with their clasaeo. There will
be but one first grade room at tho
Barclay. A number of pupils equal
to those taught In tho gymnasium
buiWing-laat year willbeiU0Tldel
for at the more sanitary rooms at the
Eastham building. Parenta, are re
quested to send , their children the
first day to tbe building which la
nearest their borne. Readjustment
will be made aubservlng tho best In
tereaU of all as soon aa the number
of pupils can be ascertained. .The
first bell rings at 8:40 and tho second
at 8-.S5 All pupils who enter tho Ore
gon City schools for tho'tlrst time
and who have been tn school else
where will be claaalfied by tbo prin
"Th Hleh School will open Wed
needar morning Instead of on Mon
day aa formerly announced. Classi
fication and entrance examination
will occur on Tuesday at 9 o'clock at
the High School building not on Sat-
uritar aa heretofore announced. Gen
eral teachers' meeting at the High
School building at I P. m.. Saturday.
RACES TO BE FEATURE
OF CLACKAMAS FAIR
J. W. Smith, president, and M. J.
Lazelle. secretary of the Clackamaa
County Fair Association, have re
turned from the State Fair where they
made arrangements for having sV'
oral fine exhibits at the county fair.
which will be held at Canby. Septem
ber J7 28. 29 and 30. They have ar
ranged to have more trotting, pacing
and running horses at the fair man
ever before. Poultry raisers exnimi-
lng at Salem promised to bring their
exbiblta to the Clackamaa fair, and
Messrs. Smith and Laxelle were as
sured of fine swine and sheep ex
hi bits. Manufacturer of dairy ma
chinery promised to take their ex
biblta to Canby. The New lora car
nival Comnany and Taylor's Swing
ing Girla' Show, now exhibiting at the
State Fair, were engaged. M. S.
Shrock, superintendent of the dairy
department of tbe State Fair, will aid
In making the dairy exhibit at the
Clackamaa fair tbe best ever given
In this county. A large" force of men
hava heen nut to work at the grounds,
and everything will be in aplendld
condition when tho exhibition opens.
Takea Out First Papers.
Mike Vidic, a native of Austria,
took out hla first papero here Thurs
Tbe Women's Club win take tp i
very interesting and lnstratt
course of study Ibis winter, the ct
endar committee having Just pTOfr
ed the program. The officers of tC
club for tbe season 1911-1912 are: 4
President, Mrs. Mary E. CaufW.
first vice-president, Mrs. W. A. 8bO
man; eecond ylce-presldent. If'
Roslna Fouts; recording secrets.
Mrs. O. D. Eby; financial secrott.
Mrs. M. M. Cbarman. and tlmri
Mrs. a S. Mobler. Tbo Bhakeepot
ean department will be In chargo 4
Mra. Emma L. Jones.; "
Oreeon will be the theme of aat
of the meetings this winter and Bw,
spring, the topics ranging over -i
great variety of heads from early Or
gon history to the present iawe
lawmakers. Scenlo Oregon will kc
the attention one time and ut
meeting the flora of the oUto will 1
the theme of discussion. . t
Literature and art will not bo sv
tracked, however, aa aeveral aeoirtc
are to be devoted to these subjecto.
President's Day. October 12. win
pent In telling vacation narraUvr
wltB'Mrs.Norrts aa hosteao. IK
Oregon History up to 1859 will I
the topic with Mrs. N. M. Cajrar
aa leader, October 22. Mra. Ana 1
Downey will be tho boetess on if
Oregon History from 1859 to t
present date will bo tbe tae !
vember 9, with Mrs.- Rosin i
and Mrs. Eva Emery Dye ieo4unf-T
discussion, -and Mrs. Dnane C 1
bostesa. The second November nK
lng, tho twenty third, wui do qm
tlon Day. Mrs. W. A- Showman
be leader and Mrs. Mary Mllee, aV
tesa. t --'- - - " ".J
Thackery Is tbe theme selectee
tbe fourteenth of December and t
twenty-eighth will be a social r
nlng. Tbe January features wfH 1
Scholarship Loan Day, January i
Mrs. David Caufleld and Mra. Thosat
Warner will be tho hostesses, atr
Louise Money, Mrs. George L. BTO
nell and Mra. Louia Morns, tarv
scheduled to lead the discussion Jan
uary 13, of the "One Hundred Tear:
Peace with England." -
Oregon Laws and Lawmaaers, ut
gon Institutions. Oregon's Reaourcer
Producta and Induatriea and Snsnt.
Oregon will be the topics for. tt'
meetings during February, aiarea- aw
the April 14th meeting. uoraeer-
Science and Shakeapear win do was.
themes April 28 and May 12.
One of tbe most timeiy topico a
the vear will be the discussion m
26 ot the Flora and Fauna, of Oregcw
The annual will be beta jnnv
9, and the installation of officers fc
the l!12-1913 season will be on Jnno).
A more fascinating series oi savv
Jects for discussion wouiq do awa j
to And and the Calendar committee)
deserves much credit for the splendl
showing made. The committee is as,
followe: Mrs. J. E. Beard. Mra. Jew
nle a Harding, Mrs. Ella Scott Lt
ourette. Mrs. Mary 8. Barlow, MrtJ
Brice Zumwalt and Mrs. MoOW
Straight. :Tbe auditing committee Of,;
. . t lnrm naT l
fha club Is Mrs. Irma L. Jonea SM
Mrs. Ernest P. Rands.
Hotel Arrlvala. ,
Tbe following are registered at tbn -.
Electric Hotel: W. P. Dobble, Me
lalla; A. A. Frederick, Seattle; Oacsr
Anderson. Coon Beer and Walter . (
Woodward; Pierce Writght, of Lib:,
eral; R. E. Dundas, Portland; H. L. . i
Fuvell. Albany; Lester Baldwin, H.
H. MacDonald, Muitno; E. E. Jenkins,,
J. W. Aplund, Portland; Oreo Me " ,
Read, the Morning fSnterprtt-e.
SEVERE WIND PUTS
WICKERS TO ROUT
'SHERIFF BOB' OFFERS
FORTUNE FOR DIVORCE
IEW YORK. Sept. 14. An offer of
$70,000 for a divorce Is to be made by
Robert Wlnthrop Chandler to his
wife. Llna Cavallerl, the opera singer,
It wss reported yesterday. 8ldney
Harris, counsel. . for "Sheriff Bob"
Chanler, Is on his way to Paris, bis
friends say, carrying a check that It
Is believed will cause the diva to
waive all claims on tbo Chanter In
come. Cavallerl and ber husband, who
have been separated since the end of
a honeymoon lasting only two weeks,
want to settle their troubles, but each
side distrusts tho other.
Mrs. F. H- Cross and children, who
have been at the Kyle hopyard at
Aurora, have returned to their home
and I and report an exciting experience
wun me Dig wiuu uuium m "
storm Monday night, tn which their
tent and shanty were blown away and
one of the children, Carrie, twelve
years old, bad a narrow escape from
death. The family were Just sitting
town to sun per when the wind struck
the bop dryer close by, wrenching It
from Its foundation.
Mrs. Cross and the children, with
the exception of Carrie, ran out to
ee what was causing the disturbance.
No sooner had they got outside than
their shsnty was In the grip of the
in and had it not been for a fence,
jipon which the ruins farl. In all prob
ability Carrie Crosa would have sus
tained serious Injury If not death,- As
l waa aha escaped with but one
The wind played havoc with many
other campera at-the Kyle ana. ad
joining yarda. A hophouse and a
barn, near by. were siruca oy imoiu
Ing and burned. The path of the cy
clone missed the Kyi" hopyard en
tirely, but a large cornfield, adjoining,
was completely destroyed. People
living In Aurora knew nothing ot the
Gifts moi appreciated1 arc those
which, braid's being beaulilut have
a reputation lot quality. , For this
reason, silverware stamped
M7 ROGERS DROS.
e-" v s rsx
:. jMlraMe lor oilti. 1 or rvir three-
- ' .i . V- i J L- L iU-
core years inn popular nranu n
choice 01 Uiose waning mc raj 1
silver plate "Silptr Flat that Wart"
the kind that suggests tha
good taste as
well as carry-
iing with il the
good wishes ot
Wa rnv a complete
ine,incluiling the mw
Charter Oak pattern.
Burmeister & Andresec
Suspension BrU.cc Corner if " ;-V:Tr"v"