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WEEKLY CNTCkPRl.se ESTABLISHED I860 . .
tn enly daily mwmw b
Mm Portland wd talaas: aas ,, ,
lates In every eeetlan of CI to ..;
ma County. wth a popwlattan .'
80,000. Are you an aderUeaf T i .
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OREGON CITY, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1911.
ill MATH FIP.HTI
111 ULrtlH IIUII 1 1
PRISONER TURNED INTO COR
RIDOR QRAFPLI UNTIL
ONI GOES DOWN.
tREAST PIERCED B SHARPENED ROD
M.n-Tlgsr California glaye An
cient Enemy In Folaom Pen-
Itantlary Jailer Takea
KOI.HOM.Cal.. Sept. 1 Jacob Op-
h-tm.r. man-tiger of California
MBliantlarlM. atabbed to death his
' . . A..ii..a. )N
ancient enemy, rraociaoo Wu.j-. ...
tb corridor of tbe eella for ma con
demned in Kolaoni Prlaon thla after-
iinth mn were murderers and un
a ..nt-nce of dath. QuIJada had
.w,...ntl aald ha would dla happy
If Opp-nhelmer precedod him to tha
rr.nk P. Kuludlllo, assistant turn
...... maniad hr a "trusty." ao-
ji.. i n.a nrtaon custom, openea
th cell dKra of tha four man In lha
condemned corridor, for ventilation
Ai hla door was opened. QuIJada
prang to tha cantor of tha corridor
nit shouted a rnaiiriiav w wi
helroer: . "
...u.nhalmar Tenlled tO tha "0n
,r of tha Indian by a auddan rush
from bla coll. Before QuIJada could
rati a hand In defense, tha point of
. .fc.rn.ii.ut bit of Iron, alx Inchaa
In length, which, Oppenhalmer had
concealed, had pierced hla breaat Just
I. ..I.... i na ltearT. 1
Eatudlllo aaparatad tha roan and
ni-d QiUiada In hla call. Turning
.. n.Mnti.imur tha tnrnkaT aald:
niiii'. ma that Jake.
"All right, air," aald Oppenhelmer.
and calmly surrendered tha deadly
weapon, which (0 aoma unknown
manner ha had managed to faahlon
(mm a abort Iron bar.
....Miiin than unt for tha nriaon
physician. Hefore tBe doctor arrived
Qtttlnda waa dead. '
QiiUada. who bad atraln of Yanul
blood, waa flrat aentenced to Ufa In
r..ianm fur tnurdar In Lta Angelea.
u. .rmA in tha attemDted braak at
rolaom, December 1, being
aerlousl woundad by Captain Mur
nhr. One bullet entered hla arm.
m aai mil m linn Mains ntwaaajpa. w .
Hoth QuIJada and Oppenhelmer
flmirad In a recant attempted Jail
br-k and both wara aentenced to
hang, under a raw law which makea
It capital offenae for a Ufa termer
ta attempt a Jail break.
TWO ROUTES PLANNED
FOR GREAT. HIGHWAY
rOKTLAND. Bept.' 1 (8peclal)
t ...,4. tn nrnn ntr aa narta
n iv,. w.iflM iii'hwv 'will nrobably
ba built, one on tha 'Wwt Side
through Oawegd and tha other on the
Kam Side through Mllwaukl and
t.nnlnv. f Ail.A alnn the TlYer. J.
F. Kertchem. who haa been ct'
, In tha movement, la confident that
thla plnn will ba adopted. Tha route
on tha East 8lde connecta with tha
MllanWla mill llul CnmeB IntO the
lt IV.I atraat fnr Uimi dltnce
Mllwaukla atreet will ba paved to tba
city llmlte next year. U ie
.ha. aa aavantaanth atreet
will be otena'd. and that Grand ava
nua In Portland will . be " extended
from Mi preaent end at woonw.ru
avaniia trt m nnnnanllon with Mllwau-
WU a..... n..- llnlvata. The
Ireata will ba tha Tortland end of
the Et Side road to Oregon wuy.
niruii-r. t . amnt 1 .Tnh n A
Rnacnbuum. of Chicago, waa killed
hara lata tKIa aftarnnnn When hla
aerop1na fe.n from a height of 60
feet. nJad been In the air only
twenty mlnutea when ha loat control
of the machine. ,
TAKING THE CH00-CH00.
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HAY 1 aETYOUR
ftVtB f TICKETS f
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TO GO UNDER BAN
TUFTS AND COMRADE
MEET AT ROUND-UP
OREGON EDITORIAL ASSOCIA
TION EXPECTED TO TAKE
UP FIGHT. .
MEETING Will STAR! TOMORROW
fterlbee Coming To Oregon City Sat
urday To Vlalt MIHa And
Ba Gueata Of Com.
Himarrlhe for tha fKlly PJntarorlae
They Wont rUn!
Tha rallara In tha vary atllah
MANHATTAN Shirt a we are ahowlng
thla aaaaon are Juat Ilka tha tnaaaeng-
r boy they won't run.
Wa are ahowlng a vary lage var
Uty of tha Manhattan Shlrta and you
know there la none batter. L
, Aa a reminder' you dont want to
fall to look over our aplendld ahow
'"fl of L Syatam and Clothcraft Sulta
and Ovarooata at
$t 2.50 to $35
Pf ice Bf others
Net Like Othera.
th and Main fa.
The preaa agent! of Oregon, and
othera who aeek to obtain advertie-
Ing through cleverneaa nd not
financial reward will ba dealt a hard
blow It plana now In a formative
itata mature at the annual meeting
of the Oregon Editorial aoclatlon
In Portland, tomorrow. Friday and
Saturday, which la expected. That
the preaa of the entailer cttlea and
towna la mora Impoaed on In thla
reapect than the dalllea In the large
cldea la the conaenaua or opinion in
newapaper circles, and It la believed
tha lima la ripe to call a halt. In
the larger clUea the copy or preaa
agenta la given no consideration un
leaa accompanied by a paid advance
ment, and, in many newapaper ui
flcea not then. If It la not conaldered
That the as me policy ahouia be pur
sued by tha ao-called country newa-
nanar erflknra la tha belief of a ma
jority of the publishers In thla atate,
and decisive action la expeciea. invj
re I lie that tbey are tne vicwma oi
clever men, who boldly make con-
tracta with their cllenta at lanuioue
aalarlea to obtain advertising which
hv manv la conaldered the beat Kina
of advertlalng at no coat, and It la
remarkable how eucceearui eome oi
them are. It' la probable also that
an effort will be made to bava the
publlabera unite on a policy regard
ing tha extent of free advertising
that la iven neraona In bualneaa In
their home towna. Many of the pub-
II. Kara Vaal a that theV C1VO aWST
nnii.il Kunilraila and thouaanda of
dollara worth of advertising to their
frlenda, which should be paia ior anu
there la no more reaaon for It being
dlapenaed gratia than there would ba
for tha grocer to give away hla flour
or tha pharmacist to give away hla
Other matters or vttai impoiiance
n ha nnhllahera will ba consmerea
r .. . .
at tha meeting ana an n uU-
will ba made to have, them act mora
In unlaod than aver before. An in
teresting program baa been prepared
and there win noi oe one uu -
ment during tha meeting or me
...ii.. Th. rrnmm aa . announced
several weeks ago, will be adhered
to except In the caaa of tne addressee
to be delivered by W B. uneo
Dr. chapman. Tney win ape
morrow afternoon. Mr. U'Ren In de
fense of the Single Tax, and ur.
Chapman against It. Mr. U'Ren baa
announced that. he will answer all
queatlona submitteo to him..
Tha ecrlbea win come iu ""i"
Saturday morning to visu-iuw
paper mllla and eiectno piauv,
will ba the guests of the Commercial
Club at luncheon. The Portland
. rik aIll taka care of the Vlat-
I ion. " y -
tors during the evening, entertaining
them with a "High Jlnka" program.
ttr i Qhawman ancretarv 01 loe r
1.1 A. ..'' ."- , " .
soclatlon. Tuesday Bent. copies ot tne
foiinwin invitation 10 an iuiuuia
oi i "e ,Bin.i'v' . .
.... ..a ai I'nrtiana Lomm-raw
men it " - ,
ri..K Thiirailav morning. September
91 We ll all be there. Biggest one
on record, and aomethlng doing.
Ti. r.nunlaa Oat Lleenaea.
r to.naaa tn marrv were Issued to
tha followlnc Tuesday: Elizabeth
Ti.rr and Rolla Wallace . Dh
..i. .nrf iinn i nandsnesa and Ed'
I. with atom Ta Close.
Tha lawlah atnrna of thla city will
ha rinad Saturdav until U o'clock,
owing to tha Jewish holiday.
ratronisa our advertlanra.
A notable event of tbe Round-up
at Pendleton waa the meeting of J.
A. Tufta, treaaurer of Clackamss
County, and John Gerdaln. of Pendle
ton, who served In tbe same company
through the THvn War. Mr." Gerdaln.
alt hough elghty-aeven years of a
la hale and hearty, and declares tnat
he will live to be 100 or more. Mr.
Tnfli la much VMinf.r. Whllkl reK-
Jaterlng at the Grand Army Encamp
ment at Hooa River eeven yeare e
Mr. Tufta waa told that another man
bad registered aa having aerved H
the same company aa himself Com
pany E. rouruentb, Wisconsin. Mn,
Tufts turned over the page and writ
ten In a bold hand waa tha name
"John Gerdaln." Tha men nad not
een each other alnc they were die
charged from aervlca at Mobil In
IHfiS. after aerving unaer uenrrai
Sherman on hla March to tha aea.
The meeting waa affecting and tha
comrade bava met aeveral tlmea
i.a. xi i-.nl. in baa aerved to
terms la the Oregon Legislature, anJ
la a prjmlucnt nfaeni or renaiecou.
C. -SMITHSON, CHAMPION
HURDLER, MAKE8 8EN8A
Tl ON AL C HARG E 8
WIFE STRUCK HIM. SAYS PIAINTUT
Jennie McVlcker, In Suit, Declares
Husband Hurled Tool Cheat
At Her Custody Of
Child Asked. . .
WITH PLDfTY MONEY
Aiwini nln.tr hoDolckera. who were
employed In the rard of John WalW
. . . I-. ......n .a fWnA 1
n. it unru u. ivimun iw ' ' "
r-n Tnaailav avanlnc. Jack Frost,
who was check boas, earn tnat tna
i.m nf Mr. WaJllnr'a vard waa larg
mr ihan that of last vear. Tbe health
of the campera waa good throughout
the season, and all did wen financi
ally. The weather, however, waa not
favorable for tha work, ana tne pick-
era bad plenty spare time in meir
tenta, Mr. Froet aald that Mr. Wall
Ing'a crop amounted to 3,420 boxes.
All the pickers employed by him,
with the exception of seven or eigni,
live In thla city.
Red Men Attend Lecture.
The members of Wacbeno Tribe.
No. 13. Red Men, attended tha leor
ture of P. A. Mernam, tnier elec
trician United Statea Navy, at tne
GTand Theatre, Tuesday night. Mr.
Merrlam ia a member of tha D rem
ington. Wash., tribe of Red Men.
LYONS, THE SECOND
Officer P.'L. Merrlani will
Uetura on Target practice of
the Navy, the weight of shells,
amount of powder used, etc
This Is hla banner lecture,
Illustrated with fine alldaa.
pv.rin. that hla wife haa an on-
v ii a V
governable temper, and In June, 1909.
at ruck him. Forrest C. Bmiumon.
world'a champion hurdler and fa
mous athlete, Toeaday morning filed
suit for divorce In the Clackamaa
County Circuit Court, through Jamea
E.N Cralb.- of Portland. Smlthaon w-
legea that aoon anr meir marii
vi. Uiu him vlla namea. and
a. wh.n he Droteated mildly,
ahe atruck him. he piaintnr aiieS
that in Auguat, 1910. aha heaped upon
ki - iir.H. nf ahnae . and agaia
atruck him, whereupon ha told her he
..ia hava to leava ner u
pasted the oltenaa.
oi.h.n .vara that hla wife VtOIB
laed not to lose her temper In fu
ture and conduct heraelf In a proper
. u..r t la alleared. that
on December 15. 1909. the defendant
accused him of paying attentions to
mnPai women, which he declares
waa falae and hurt hla feeltnga. He
aaya In August and December last
year she- accused htm of Immoral
...... mnA atmrir nlm when he de
nied tbe allegation. The plaintiff
aaya wire deaertea nim mreo .
1911 and her conduct haa caused him
much mental anguish and pain. They
m.rriad In float t la Mar 17. 1909.
The defeaVlant la aald to be living
In British Columbia. v
Jennie McVlcker haa sued Jamea
E. McVlcker for divorce, alleging
tht he treated her cruelly repeated
ly and In April, 1910, threatened to
kill her. She saya he struck her
with a tool box. The plaintiff fur
ther alleges that her husband. July
9 1910, forced her and her daughter,
o'.-n. i.n vaara of are. to leave
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home They were marnea u
Francisco. August 18. 1899. Mr. Mc
Vlcker aaka the cuatody of the child.
TO SETTLE PROMPTLY
Sheriff Mnaa announced Tuesday
that a record had been mane tor me
payment of taiea due for the last half
r th. voar. It a believed that there
will be fewer dellnquenta than aver
before. AH persona wno pay
nrlor to March II are given a rebate
of three per cent Those who do not
take advantage or me rtu m-j
pay half of their taxes plor to tha
Manila tn Anril and tba other
half nrlor to tha flrat Monday In Oc-
. , . ..n.llw
tober ana escape pa;iug a ..w.
i. ih.r.fnra. hehoovea all property
owners to aettle with the aherlff aai
aoon aa posawie.
IN STATE DIES
EBENEZER WARNER, NINETY-
THREE YEARS OF AGE, SUC
CUMBS AT MEDFORD.
nJKERAL WILL BE HELD TOMORROW
Weil-Known Citizen Survives Wife
' Only Short Time Family
Came To Oregon City "
Many Yea re Ago.,
Ebenezer Warner, on of tha old
eat and moat highly respected real
denta of this city, died Monday af
ternoon at Medford after a ten days'
Illness. The remains will be brought
to this city tomorrow morning for
burial beside those of his wife, tbe
lata Louise Warner, who died In thla
dty March 4 laaL
Ebanexer Warner waa born at Gal
palls, O., April 12, 1818, and Novem
ber 5, 1874, ha and Miss Louisa Bar
ker, at Berlin, Wla., were married.
After residing In that atate tor aev
eral years they moved to Nebraska,
and from there to Oregon, flrat act
tllna- at Mist. Columbia county. Af
ter a residence of about two. years
there they decided to come to Ore
gon City. Mr. Warner left thla city
on Auguat IS for Medford. where he
haa been visiting his brother. La B.
.Warner, It being hla desire to remain
until after the fruit season. He waa
taken 111 about ten days ago. Hla
condition waa not thought to be
ilarmln? hut ti waa taken to tba
hospital in that city, and hla daugh
ter, Mrs. George Ely. or tnia city,
aitvla.,1 of bla condition. She waa
nrenaiinr to leave for tbe bedalde
of her father' when a meaaage arrtr
at atatlnv that Mr. Warner had died
and that the remalna wouia be snip
ped to tha city.
Mr. Warner wag one of the oldeat
If not the oldeat compositor in Ore-
mnn 11a waa hlrhlv awtiicAtaif and
r" - . r j '
although ha reached the agen of ninety-three
yeara, ha retained hla men
tal raonltlna. lie waa not only a com
pos lor but a writer aa well, and
many of his artlclea appeared In the
I newapapera of the state. It waa Mr.
Warner a custom when making ' a
visit to the business section of the
city to visit the printing office, where
he had been employed yeara before.
'and those who were employed with
him held, the old gentleman In tba
Mr. Warner la survived by two
aona, Henry and Fred, or Michigan,
and an adopted daughter, Mra. George
Ely, or thla city. He aiso teavea one
brother, La B. Warner, of Medford,
and aeveral alstera In the East,
Oermany'a Foreign laaratary
Has Vigorous Mereoean Pallay.
((ILLS AGED 1111
E'lf, y 1
ft-. ' i ' i.4-f y. . I
A t Ml.',. y
M SCHOOL OPENS
Owin to a defect In the plumbing
nf tha rnw hla-h aohnnl. It waa de
cided Tuesday evening by President
Harding or tna ttoara or ucnooi w
rectors and Superintendent fcf 8choola
Tnoxa not ta ooen the hlsh acbool
until Monday. It had been planned
to open tbe acbool today. Tba piumo-
ln. will h. rlr.n attantlon at once.
and everything will be In readlneae
for tbe opening Monday morning at
9 o'clock. The attendance at tha
... rt . a.hwila waa lara-Alv ana-mantad
TTieaday. and the classification and
other preliminary -work waa about
completed. Superintendent Tooze ex-
pecta to obtain a complete list or tbe
puplla today, and all other necessary
information regarding me acnoois.
ALL ARE INVITEDJO
E. HAND, WEALTHY FARMER,
DIES WHILE ON WAY TO
' SEC PHYSICIAN.
Victim Late When Ha l-ert Honaa)
And Coroner WHeon Think
Exaction Caused Heart . -r
To Olva Out.
W. E. Hand, a wealth farmer of
tha Estacada- section, la .aeaa uqy ,
a reault of hla running to catch
train that he might keep aa ap
pointment with a physician in Port
land. He had long eurreraa mm
heart trouble and the exertion m
too much for him. H reached th
Deep Creely Junction aiauon vu u-
O. W. P. Just after tba train na w
aira tn hoard had cone, and thera
hla body waa found by a construction
crew. Mr. Hand waa sixty-nve 7
of age. .
Mrs. Hand told Coroner Wllsotl
thgt hr husband waa laU. whan, ha
started for tha station and aald ha
would have to hurry. Tha coroner
thlnka that tha man went at a rapid
gait for ona of bla yeara, and tha ali
ment for which he waa seeking mfdl
cal aid caused hla death. Tha tracka
made by him In the road lnd?cft?
that he ran. and It ta believed that
... ..ri mad hr him to reaen
tbe atatlon when ha eaw the train.
caused hla death. Dr. H. v.
who waa called ny "cv"T,w
m.ta an examination, aald death waa
. XTmnA ..IIM.IMI IU UICU
mI. ii-"- - - v
train which lert ma wv 1
Junction atatlon t S:30 o'clock Tnaav
day morning. Hie win m
Wilson that It waa umoix ui "
when he left home, and Jie had about
half a mil to go. - The next train for
Portland left tha elation ai
oclock. and . had Mr. Hana waiia.
for thla he would have been too lata
for hla appointment n roru-.
Th. runAral nrobably will ha
v .iav Mr. Hand la sur
al lirwauaui .v j -
rived by only hla wire. ,
The funeral services will be con
ducted Thursday afternoon1 at 3
o'clock from the Holman undertak-
In a- narlora. Rev. J. R. LandsborouKh.
pastor of the First Presbyterian
church, officiating.- The Interment
will be In the Mountain View Ceme
OREGON CITY HER THEME.
George T. Carley To Give Three
The lecturea to be given by Mrs
George T. Carley next Sunday .nd
Monday evenings have attracted
much attention In Oregon City. Mrs.
Carley Is a fluent speaker and knows
her subjects' thoroughly, t Monday
evening. In addition to lecturing on,
now to iieauce tne uost oi uving.
Mrs. Carley will apeak on the follow
ing two subjects. "Portland, the Cen-
t.r r WArM Pnv.r n anil "Oraa.nn
City, the Power City." Both extra sub
jects will be handled in a. masterful
manner aa Mrs. Carley knowa Port'
tanif mnA lla rmaalhllltlaa anil haa
been making a special atudy of Ore
gon city ana its economic ponsitm.
All nmoix In In ram ted In tha pro
posed Capital Highway between Port
land ana Salem are invitee to ai
ten the meeting of the East Side Cap
ital Association at the Commercial
Club thla evening. The meeting" will
be called to order at 8 o'clock. J. F.
Kartrham. nrealdent of the associa
tion railed tha meetlnar for the Dur-
Dosa or devisinr waya ana means oi
raisin a- me money . umnnur mi
building the section or tha bouiefr
vard In Clackamaa coanty. Gover
nor West haa Intimated that the con
vict labor for building the road would
be atnt to tbla county first. If tha
anthnaiaam shown by the Clackamas
roiintv eltlxens does not abate. For
this reason President Kertchem and
Secretary Latourette urge all who
an Dossibly attend tba meeting this
evening to do ao.
PAPillES GO FREE
Ull iiuuLni viu
FOOTBALL TEAM PRACTICES.
Eleven Will Play First Game Sunday
Alter noxx. '
Tha Orairnn C.ltt Football team
practiced for the third time this sea
son Tuesday night In the Commercial
rinh a-rmnaaium. The team will
nM.Hii. avaln navt Sunday- and tbe
following Sunday will play the first . I
gsme or the season.. Two rormer
stara have been signed, and tna team
promises to be superior to the one of
last year. The following have been
aimed- W. Montgomery. "Auk"
Smith, C. Berry, P. Long. C. Free
man, R. Seller. E. Young, u. uarotn
rs and F. Freeman. Martin Rooe la
captain and Harry wklte, manager.
. Justice of the Peace Sarnaot Tues
day dismissed the caaa against iYank
Cynic and Carl. Herman and Henry
Papkle. who Charlea HJnsa charged
threatened o kill hm at Moon
Pleasant, August 81. Ail toa aeur
dants and aeveral witnesses testified
that the charge waa untrue while tha
testimony of Mr. Hinze waa only auh
stantlated by that of his wife. Gor
don R. Hayes, who represented tha
dafendanta. called attention to tM
fact .that Mlsa Anna Papkle, daugh
ter of Carl Papkle, had filed ault tor
150 000 for alleged defamation oi
character agalnat Mr. Hlnse In Port
land. One of Jha defendants will o
a witness In that case, and Judga
Hayea said If he were held over to
the Grand Jury It would prajudlca
the Jury agalnat him in tha damage
suit. Justice Samson aald tha avVi
dence was not sufficient to hold tha
defendants. ' '
Patronise our advertlaers.
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DR. NICHOLS IS HOP EXPERT.
Speolmana From Yard North Of City
On Sxn I Dmon.
SnwimMii of some of the flneat
hops evtr grown In Clackamas coun
ty have' been exhibited In this city,
coming from tha Dr. Nichols yard
north ot uregou tjuy. munor .
nett ha evidently taken great cars
in tha iMiitivatlon of the bona this
year, as they are large and firm and
of healthy appearance ana snouia
command, the top price when mark
i . Batdorfs Bay Store. '
George and SamuelT Batdorf have
bought the store of Gordon Rogers
In Willamette, The Batdorf brothers
own the building. - , ',
worth at a
HOW MANY Housewives are taking advantage of our easy way of letting a complete set
tin Hsviiinrl nr Auttrlan China Ware?
Wa have a number of aeta In Open Stock, arranged o that you can buy $1.00 or $20.00
time; aa you aee flt
If you break any pl.c. It e.n be quickly replaced, and you can alw.y. k.ep your Sat complete,
' COME IN and let ua ahow you our Chlnaware. It will Intereat you.
A complc set of fine white
China. 5t Pieces.
very beat whits ana
Havlland China. Any
number of pieces to the
Lower . than Portland
A beautiful white China
with dainty little gold dec
orations. 51 piece set.
; $12.75 " ,;
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Oregon City Jewelerrs ::
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Suspension Brid Ccr
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