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The only dally iiiir fct
tweei Portland and Bale; aim.
lataa In every Motion at Cat
mn County, wth a peanlaMaw U v
30,000. Are you an advertiser f 4
t Oregon City-Fair Sunday;
I westerly winds.
0r,gun-8unday, falri west,
rrly winds. AAAeeeee A
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISH D 1306
Pra Wkx, 10 Cavn
OREGON CITY, OREGON,' SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1911.
VOU H-NO. 67.
TRACK. KILLING 9
r0URTMN OTHIM ARB. INJUR
ED AS AUTO PLOW INTO
CROWD AT YRACUH.
It Old"' Driver' of Machlna Go
ing Savsntyflve MHoa an Hour .
That Crashes Through
uvnAriTHIfi. N. Y Sept. 16. Nine
p-rsons were killed nad fourteen to
,i uoiiio of tbem aarloualy, aa i
r.ull f en accident In tba oloalng
mil.' of a ISO ".He race at tba State
Klr tri k today, when a Knot racing
..r driven l.V IW Oldfleld. leaped
from the track, crashed through the
. . ...rr..nndln It. and plunged
Into the throng that lined tba alda of
Six of tha nlna persons war klllad
..t,t and three were ao badly In-
Hired that they dlad on tha way to tha
hiMpltal , , ..
Th dead ara: Fred J. Arnold,
Syracuse. N. Y.5 Claud Ilarnll, Ham
m v rharlea nalllntlu. Byra
JnmM Coin. Alexandria Bay.
t. v . t-.v.tia runk. Farleyvllle. N
Y tin llalpln. Byracuaa; two unln
Hnrifd men and an unlndentlfled
fi.. i.i.nttrtad inlnrad ara: Lee
Oldfleld. drlvar of tha car that left
ii,. irnrk W Um enarsey, Marry
n,.,'ii..v rhtrln Dollr and Miss An
v..;.i.-r ail of Byracuaa. It la
believed several of tba Injured cannot
Tha accident cama aa tha fatal tar
in.ii,,,. nr a dav that undoubtedly
aa-lhS-blggtJh'-B.tatf Fair haa
.v-i. knnn in IM m Ol llnuout
T-V. h.,nnrad atialt Of tha dT WH
n,..i.i.ni Tart. It waa but a abort
ii... .rt.r h had laft tha ground
k.. .k. traaadv nrcured. Juat be-
..,. v.. rf.narlad. President Taft took
a ihort rlda In an automoblla on tha
trrk which waa wat to keep tha dust
from the President and , hla P"T;
Thi ranted comnetltors In tba (0-
mlle rare to protest. Whan tha raca
.n.d fiith naPalma and Dob
Burman, who had been driving In pro-
' wlnna rmrttmm fe fll Bvawrl tii a-o on becaues
of tha condition of tba track aaylng
the water mado It too dangerous.
There waa aoma delay, In which the
track waa dried somewhat Tha race
waa called and Do Pelma and Burman
both were entranta, along with Old
field and alg othera.
Tha accident occured In tha 43rd
mile, nel'nlma waa leading by a lap.
with Oldfleld trailing him. Their big
rara traveling. It la estimated, at 75
miles an hour, were running aide by
aide, and they abot paat the aUnd.
At they took tha turn there waa a
report. -The car driven by Oldfleld
leaped Into the air. Then It swerved
to the outer aide and craahed through
the fence. The crlpiled machine, be
yond the control of the driver, plowed
through hundreda of pereone lined
along tha fenco.
KH1K. Ta.. Sept. 16. Prealdent
Tuft .nd.d id rirat nf hla fourty-slx
daya of speech-making with an addreaa
Vi tha auditorium here lonism
Mr. Taft reaervad hla moat import
ant utterHnco of the day for the
speech here, when be outlined a plan
hy which ha hopee to wipe out ob
jection In the United Btataa Senate
to the recently negotiated treatlee of
arbitration with Oreat Britain and
m nrnnr"rnTrn n itt ia larnAi toll I .
w. vi tea
A RESTAURANT SIGNAL CODE .
A.BucLiw()ar jf Vinrui AevtueA A eoJe of
gnoifor Jlners 11 kit fl lit d long lelt iviint .
' dmtotilnd frorqlits vdluuUe Lool a few llluatrvktiofia
a . a a a - IA
llioT lov Mcjeljy liow his scliemc works II is dn
I Jed Unit will save every frequenter of eafe tinJ
restaurants a lot of worry onJ tlie Lest of it oil is
1IJ it Is an International code which is OS Sa'ly
un JerstooJ InTinLuotoo or VU Jivostuli as in Coney
ULiikJ or Cdnton.Bylfiiscotle one con orJer any.
tnalto Kis wants known even wlile a Hunorlun (
string LonJ of fory pieces is tJayind GynsKy
lowo2vicfit Divorcee I iWallie of while a famous
ofler-dinner '2a? ora' ' spxkl'"tf
HurrMjplonc4ersrSw!ll finJtKe book a
Oiotond precious rf.l Loon, believe me.
Copleifbr nC l SaleolUlsOfftoe.
SINGLE TAXERS TO
MAKE COURT FIGHT
REFUSAL OP PETITION OPENS
WAY FOR INTERPRETA
TION OP LAWS.
j - ;i
VAGENUINE MOTOR ENTHUSlASTlv
fc:fil 1 1 :T r-: .75vfjl ViUSSlWW H CAR
Wsw LW 33t5r-
. E01T0RIAL PIFFLE.
Dont recoil the Judges. Nix.
R,tv1r.. love of M.Uo recall
hhe lawyers and, while we are at
it, the nooH for a whole lot of
A called tors.What?
J lAX- ' ne rlto ol one divorce to ever
MIT Mt L . i
AND NO FWJfen marrlds doesn l prove maw
CHEAP ElKifwlo he afiilure. believe me,
i i en - - j
lOSfi l ALA . tf L
., Mjfiiv iiicii a mi m ucui'iviwuiiuiii
Alvn.Hk .Ama it .o?mS . It COstiS
I ton l-u-tn0ltrt re mrtrfleVI
- !-.JLI Jlw, mAA'La -,mJ
CI IWJUIC UIVlVC VUlll WW -t wr
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cured under one nunarea cwi i
if tKe ottomey isyour own bro-
.LOST. . iii
Ulamond rnouiiled comb belong-
indTodbdyoTnoTel noli wilh
9 i I ft . 4
I r'Jk ""' - - pj--- - - - ----
THE WAGES CF SIN IS A VAUDEVILLE ENGAGEMENT.toise&KellbeUdndTeelh.
U'REN IS CONFIDENT OF VICTORY
Suit Will Be Filed In Ten Daya
" And Declaion of Supreme
Court la Expected
SCHOOLS TO OPEN
SUPT. TCOZE DECLARES NEW
RECORD WILL BE BET FOR
HIGH SCHOOL STARTS WEDNESDAY
Teacher Hold Meeting And Arrange
For Work Entrance Exam
ination Queetione To
SH All BATTLE PLANNED
FOR BIG COUNTY FAIR
" FOR KLAMATH FALLS
EDITOR IS SUED BY
DON KAMON'B DAUGHTER.
(A tale of Southern California)
THAT CITY FELLOW,
THE QUESTION MARK
That the crowd will be well enter
tained Oreaon City Day at the big
County Fair at Canby la an aaeured
fact Company 0. 0. N. 0.. win com
pete in a aham battle with the com
pany from Woodburn. Thla will be
a good Imitation of a real battle and
tha neonle of thla county, ahould
avail themaelvea of the opportunity
to aee thla exhibition. Theae two
military companle are conaldered tha
beat drilled and trained men In the
atate and the military manipulations
will be very Interesting.
The battle will be under the aupor
vlslon of a -field officer detailed by
W E Flnaer, Adjutant oenerai oi
Oreaon. and Major C. 8. Nobel, of
Oregon City. After the battle tne
companlea will taae pari ',
petltlve drill and tne oeai uriiieu
hi, wilt receive a handsome gold
medal and the aecond best drilled aol
dlar will receive a allver medal from
the association. The medals will be
engraved,-stating when and where
the prljse was won, no.
On Oregon City Day the people win
have the opportunity of seeing the
live stock Judging. The races will be
extra good on this day. The South
ern Pacific Company la expecting
more than 1,000 persona on that day
to go .to the fair on Ua apodal train.
WILSON FOR PRESIDENT
Henry O M alley, of the United
States Board of Fisheries, baa gone
to Klamath Falls to look for a site
for a government hatchery. He will
confer with Charlea F. Stone, 8tate
Fish and flame Commissioner, who
has located a hatchery 'or the atate
at Klamath' Falls. That section of
the state Is noted for Its flsh,,espec
lally rainbow trout, and it la the ln
tanMnn of Mr. O'Mallev to aee that
all the creeki and other streams are
stocked with the best fish. It ta
planned to equip the state hatchery
at Klamath Falls as soon aa possi
ble, and the one to be located there
by tha government will be pushed to
- FAREWELL PARTY
The collars In . the very etylleh
MANHATTAN Bhlrta we are showing
this ssason are Just like the messeng
sr boy they won't run.
Ws are ahowlno a very large, var-
,'y of th Manhattan Shirts and you
"now there Is nona better.
As a reminder vou donTwant to
fall to look over our splendid show
Ing of L 8ystem and Clothoraft Suits
and Overcoats at
$12.50 to $35
; Not Like Othera.
.6th and Main Sa.
WASHINOTON. Sept 16. (Spec
ial). "Wilson la the man," aald Sen
ator Chamberlain, speaking of the
presidential altuajtlon. "At least he Is
my man, and I hear from most com
petent authority in uuu .
Woodrow Wilson may count on three
. .v. r a. vntaa of the atate. The
same eentlment, I believe prevails In
most Western states. aij m
East and South. .
"Delegates proposed for the nation
al convention represent back borne
more than heretofore. From their
views and the sentiment i n' un
served, Wilson's nomination seems
assured. Nomination manna ..i....
The people have ceased to tolerate
Interests, and want to elect their own
CBIIIUUBlua. ' , . .
offera a splendid opportunity for the
"The government should operate us
own natural resources oi an
Alaska run ralffoads. control all
... J..,tl,n farllltlaS. If this IS
hopeless I believe we shall not soon
nave another such opportunity for
federal regulation." . .
". altvr AutaMir "Pled." 1
oiuti rniT7.. Cal.. 8eot. 16.
,irvn. nini n.it Ma Onrtlss machine,
Harry Edwards, a San - Francisco
newspaper .man who baa taken up
.viattnn nlunsed Into the rac.lflc
.knni son varda from shore
and Is today recovering from his fall,
which resulted In no serious Injury to
'Sniiacrltja fof the D.llr Knierurlao
The U-Go-I-Co Club gave a thatra
party and luncheon Saturday evening
In honor of Miss Marlon Money,
daughter of W. R. Money, who will
leave this weak for Forest Grove, to
attend the Pacific University. The
entertainment waa In the nature or a
farewell party, for Miss Money's par
enta have moved to Powell River,
B. C and when she finishes school
she .will Join them there. Tne girts
met at the home of W. A. Huntley
and went from there to the Grand
Theatre after which they went to
The Fa 1 for luncheon. The tables
were beautifully decorated ana . tne
dainty place cards were, painted by
Miss Florence White. Mrs. W. A.
White was the chaperone. The party
waa composed or Misses n.rna, rei-
fold Madge Brtghtblll Bess Warner,
Florence White, Florence urace,
Louisa Walker, Louise Huntley, Mar
lon Money, Morletta Hickman, Alice
Goettllng, Margaret Brown and Eve
lyn Harding. t-
Mlss Nellls Wlnsenreld haa filed
suit for $150 In Justice of the Peace
Samson's, court against S. A. Thomas,
proprietor of the Mllwaukie Appeal.
She alleges that she was the winner
of first prlie In a contest conducted
by Mr. Thomas, but he refuses to let
ber have the award. Miss Wlzenreld
saya that Mr. Thomas started the
contest In June, and agreed to give
the girl obtaining the largest number
of votes a trip to San Francisco for
herself and companion. The plain
US avers tbat she obtained $200 In
subscriptions for the paper, and that
the trip to San Francisco would cost
$150. In his answer Mr. Thomas as
serts 'that the. plaintiff only obtained
$133 for subscriptions and won sec
ond prUe. which ws a trip to the
centennial at Astoria. He aaya he
baa repeatedly offered her the money
necessary for th trip but she refuses
to accept It It la alleged that tho
Judgea of the contest first decided
tfne girl was the winner of first prlxe
and later decided In favor of Miss
WINNIPEQ, Man.. Sept.. 16. (Spec
ial). The desperado who attacked
Miss Gladys Price, the Rlvervale,
Man., acbool teacher, waa captured
thla mnrninr at Hannah. N. D.. and
confessed. His Identity has not yet
W. S. U'Ren declared Saturday that
the decision of ' Attorney-General
Crawford In which be Inairucted the
Secretary of State not to receive the
single tax petition from Clackamas
county, waa what the advocates of the
"C. E Wood, E. 8. J. McAllister and
myself have looked Into the law In
volved very carefully," continued 'Mr.
U'Ren, "and we are satisfied that the
constitution and amendments with
the Initiative and referendum law. In
1907, make ample provlslonfor the
filing of county Initiative measuree.
"If the Supreme Court decldea the
Attorney-General la right, we shall
prepare a single tax measure for ibe
.ntlra afata anri submit It at the elec
tion next year." This Is a matter of
great public Importance because If
tbe law la not sufficient It will save
to the state officials as wall aa the
single Uxors the trouble ol preparing
and lllng thirty-four different county
bills, one ror eacn county, ii i
of tbat clasa of casea which the
courts expedite aa much aa possible
and we,, have no doubt that tbe Su
preme Court will render a iinai ae
clslon sometime thla falL We expect
to be ready to rue autt in ten aaya.
it ta nmnosed to file a Buit asking
4 hat the Secretary of -State t -com
pelled to receive tne ciacaamas couu
i natltlon. If tba decision la favor
able tbe work of obtaining petitions
In other counties win ne aianeu. . mr.
U'Ren aald he - was confident tne
r Miiiiii ha naaaad In aeveral
counties, and he believed It submitted
.a - -..l1l,nnn Ia all tha VOtrB
k l K CUCI mi v.vuvm w -
nf tha aiata it would be Dassed.
"We are not aavocaung au uu
Henry George advocated," aald Mr.
UTten.J ""All we are seeking to-do Is
to exempt from taxation personal
nmnjrtv ami Imnrovamenta on realty.
It la a question that Is easily under
stood, and the people wilt soon grup
Mr. U'Ren Intimated that a vlgor-
oua campaign would be made, ana
tbat nothing would be leu unaone u
give the public all the information
CITY CHARGES SIC3
FOR CAIIAL ROUTE
MONEY TO BE USED IN PREPAH-
INQ ABSTRACT TO OlVt
SPECIAL KEnCX HELD EY CC1
Moffatt A Parker Paid $2,727.07
For Work on Sixth Street
And 947-50 From Gen-. '
oral Fund, y
The Oregon City grade schools will
open at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning.
Hiinarlntonriant Tnma aald laat nlsrht
that everything waa In readiness for
tne opening, and that tne indications
khe bistorv of the schools. The hlrh
scnooi win open weanesaay morn
Parents are urged to send their
children the first day .In order tbat
there may be no delay in starting
with their classes. A number of pu
pils equal to those taught in the
rvmnaaliim laat TMr will tui nrnvidad
for Ic tho more sanitary rooms in the
Eastham - building. Children are
urged to gu tomorrow to tbe scnooi
nearest tbelr homes, and readjust
ment will be made later. The first
bell -will rlnr at 8:40 o'clock and tbe
second at 8: 56. The principals will
classify the pupils who enter the
schools here for the first time.
After a meeting of the teachers at
the hiftu school building Saturday af
ternoon Superintendent Tooze Issued
the following statement:
The meeting divided Into three sec
tions according to arrangement, rep-
raaAtitlnfr tha thraa achonla . nan-
Oral announcements were made for
tbe opening of the grade acbools to
morrow morning, ine leacnera oi
tbe high school were aaked to pre-
n&ra aet nf examination . nnaationa
on Monday for use In classification
and entrance examinations to . the
'The superintendent will use these
questions aa a baaia for this work
later in tha ek. Kverrthlnr is
being planned and worked -out ac-
nnrnlnv In tha riatlnlta a-h Afl 11 la an
nou need by tne superintendent some
time ago. Tbe proapecta for a very
large attendance are much brighter
man any prenoua urae.
The West Oregon City and Bolton
acbools will also open for the fall
term tomorrow. Professor A. A Bald
win, formerly principal of he Macks
burg schools, Is In charge, and hla
assistants are Miss LHlie Schmldle,
Miss pearl uaney, miss ljijio urown.
Miss LIIHe Miller and Miss Bright,
hill. A larrer attendance la expected
on the West Side than ever before.
The City Council, at a special i,
meeting Saturday adopted a resolu
tion offering to sell the portion of the -'
right-of-way ownad by the city for th , ,
canal and locks around the Falls of ;
the Willamette to the government for' :
$100. J. F. Mclndoe, Major, United
States Engineer, bad written to .May
or Brownell asking what the dtr
would charge for the right of way.
Al a j-9Buii v mo -"w
Council" Recorder 8Upp wrote to Ma-
jor Mclndoe aa follows:
"In reply to your communication to
the Mayor of Oregon City of Septem- ;
ber 1 reiaUng to tbe pmrcaaae oc
m-a-m tnr tha pull and lock
at Oregon City, I am Instructed by !.
the City Council of Oregon City to
"That Oregon City is willing to sell
such portion of a right-of-way for said
locks as yon may need ana oi una
hlh Omrnn Hi nnl or OOUtTOlS
. ,.iut . n -n -v. tha ahatrai-t aad . ''
anrh deacrintion as vou may desire, -r
This price, tney estimate, will just
about pay for the abstract and other .
detaiia yon wiu nee a. '
This offer wUl hold good for aiz
months from octooer i,
the receipt toy you oi me noLuaaaij-
MM rw-mii rMtv and fnr ai
uauv. . . V. V. wVw J
- .. , 1.1 .
montna louowing hiu aw.
The Council ordered te payment
of $2,727.07 for work, on 8ixth Btreet u.
and $67.50 out of the general fund. . ,;
Couple Granted License.
Joseph Sevclk and Francis Kreml,
of New Era, were granted a license
to marry Saturday.
rjO RAiCZM I,
' "- ' : i ' '
SPECIAL SESSION FOR
ROAD LAWS EXPECTED
I 50: I
WIFE FREES HAH SHE
SAID THREATENED HER
PORTLAND. Sept 16. (SpeclaL)
A special session of the Legisla
ture to enact good . roads
IN WINNING PRIZE
That tha Oregon City school ex
hibit had much to do with Clackamas
county winning second prise at tne
State Fair was the declaration made
Saturday by A. O. Freel. principal of
tho Barclay school, who waa in
charge of the display. Mr. Freel says
the exhibit waa one of tho chief at
tractions at the fair, and the Doom
waa crowded all the time. The other
school exhibits were so inferior to
tha one sent from this city that it
would be Impossible to compare
them. Mr. Freely lays that Benton
county, which won first prise, had a
t. l-pA- anaea In which tn dls.
in ii v 11 i 1 n ' i i - --- i
nlav its exhibit than Clackamas ,
county and that this had aomethlng
to do with It taking the honor. How
ever, Mr. Freel admits that some of
the fruit and vegetables In the Ben
ton booths were superior to some
furnished by Clackamas county. .
7:45 P. M.
been recommended by Governor
West's commission, named some time
ago to outline needed laws on this
subject The ' commission, represen
tative of all parts of the state, has
Just met In, Portland and determined
what la naoded tn the WIT of KOod
roads laws. The matter waa declared
to be so urgent that a special ses
ainn la necessarv. -
Tlirmnnr marked the sessions of
the good roads promoters, although
expression of Individual opinion was
at times rather spirited. The com
mission members realized, however,
that if much la to he accomplished.
there must be unity of action, and
all thla waa keDt in mina.
- Four bills were recomnjended by
tha commission for Dassaxe into law.
One Is an act establishing a State
Ulchwav denartment and appointing
a State Highway Commissioner. Thla
official must ne a bkiuiui roaa eu
gtneer and will be named by the gov
ernor. All roads built by state aid
ill n p via ai.nArvlalrtn
win ua u iim u,d u . . .
Another bill provides for the estab-
iiahmant nf a state hlKfiway runa.
making nrovlslon for an annual levy
for tbe purpose, wnicn win do sup
plemented Djr a portion oi ucu
t U V AH '- '
. .v.- j la Ttha
AUUluer ,11 Vlnjnru uinouiv id i
set providing for the construction! of
state-aid roans out or tne bibio msu
vit fnnd. Whether tbe maintenance
of these roads shall be left to the
state or the counties was a point mat
provoked debate: ' ; v
Tha fourth hill is an act enabling
tho counties to avail themselves of
tha nrovlslnns of the state constltu-
tlon permitting tne issue oi oouus ir
the prosecution or roaa won, uiiu
a anac al election Deins canea DT ui
county court upon petition of ten per
cent or tne voters oi me ciramj
TREE IS SHIVERED
The streets of Canby were Inun
dated by rain which accompanied a
thunder storm Saturday morning. iua
ram fall In torrents for more tnan
three hours, and was the heaviest
dnwnnnnr tha cltv has had for several
years. Coroner Wilson, who was In
Canby on btisinesa. says tne streets
ara flnndad. and the water was an
Inch or more deep on tbe sidewalks
at one time. A big tree near ao-
ina sawmill was shivered by a
lightning stroke, and the thunder at
times was almost deafening. Only a
slight damage to crops is reported.
Pleaa of his wife, who had been In
strumental in having him arrested.
won J. C. saulsnurv hla freedom in
Justice of the Peace Samson's court
Saturday. After Saulsbury had been
arrested by Policeman Green on a
charm of drunkenness hla wife swore
to a rrnplalnt that he had threaten
ad tn bill her. Rhe said that he car
ried a knife concealed in hla sleeve.
After Mrs. Raulsburr had withdrawn
her rhara-a she asked that her hna-
hnnd ha freed hut Mr. Samson de
clined to do this until the costs haa
heeii nald. The tnoner waa furnish
ed by a, friend, and the Justice, upon
r1anlno- Hanlaburv rave him a Rood
lactnra and Informed nim mat ne
would be dealt with severely if ne
became intoxicated again.
BABIES FELL FROM
BLUFF INTO CREEK
Cnrnnar Wilson, who went to Can-
hv flatiirdnv to Investigate the deaths
of Harold and Frana Heivey, me in
tla anna nf rjeoree Helvev. who wand
arad from home and were drowned
In Milk rreek said that he waa con
fident tbe children died at the same
time. . t
"I think the children lost their
wit." aald the coroner, "ana wnue
trvina- to find their homo fell into
tha pmak. Tt Is believed ther were
walking along, hand-in hand, as was
their" wontr when they-tumbied utr a
bluff into the stream. The water at
th nlace where It Is thought they
drnwned la seven feet deen."
The bodies were taken to Mount
Angel, Mrs. Helvey's former home,
and the funeral will be held at 9
o'clock this morning. Dr. Dedman
made an examination of the bodies
for the coroner,
Special Fcatisro cZ
Thla Week Stcrttez
U. S. TO RAISE
HERE EQR CAVALRY
Tha irnlted States Saturday bought
thirty-five acres from John M. Poor-
mas be used in connection witn
the rifle range for the aoldiers near
riackamaa. It Is said that the gov
ernment plans raising horses for use
by the cavalry at the range, and it
alRO Is probable that an artillery
nun will be established. The gov.
eminent has had trouble for years in
obtaining the right kind or norses ior
cavalry use, and has decided to raise
bora In sever-! sections.
Chief Electrician 47.
Si Navy, wilt lecture
AROUND THE yWORLD." .
Him Lmotmvo mnd SSUmm vvCT
Dtffmrmn Emom, Dmy
vrUI mtmi-t rt4t3 Jbt
thmt tbm tctjkool cC
may hmvm at cbrnmom O t"