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VOL I I.-No. 70.
6 AS THEY SLEEP
TW0 WOMEN AND THREE CHIL.
0rCN KILLED BY FIEND WHO
COVERS UP RRACKS.
VICTIMS ARE MURDERED WITH AX
..port That Slayer Has Boon Cap
tured la Not Verified Pollc
Starch In Vain For
COtf)HAIX) 8ntlNU8, Bo pi. 20
Slain In their own homes by some un
identified person, tbo bodies of alx
ptratma, thre In each, of two neigh
boring h(iuci, wer found har tbla
afternoon. Tha hoaila of all tbo vic
tims bad been smashed with ail ax.
Tbt appearance ' h bodlee Indl
- . 1. .. u Kan Ha.il ai ...
cttea mei in; -'
ral days and that daath cania while
they slept- ,
A rrport saye that tba murderer
ha ranght and (hat he haa cor
fwed, but tbat la denied by the po
lice offlclala who, It la Intimated, fear
i lynching might follow auih an an
AO ax. which had been loaned to
Mrs. Henry K. Wayne, on of the vic
tims, by J. K. Kvana, a neighbor, laat
wok. wss round by Mra. Kvaos on
Monday near the hack door of the
Wayne home. The Implement waa
Mra. Alice May Ilurnham, wife of
A. J. Ilurnham. cook at tha Modern
Their two children, Alice, aged 6,
and John, aged. 3.
Henry K. Wayne, a ronaumptlva,
until recently a patient at the Wood
Mra.- Wayne and their- tyear-old
Tba Ilurnham horn la bark of tha
Wavna bom and cloa to It la that
Tba discovery of that bodlea waa
mule hy a neighbor who railed at lb
Rurnbam hone to apend the after
noon aewlng. Not getting any r-
pone, ahe forced an entrance.
Tha hodlea of Mr. Purnbam and
thou of her two children war found
Is tbelr beda, which war covered
lib blood. The walla and ceiling
r also apattered.
Tba wnman rushed to tba street
t4 gave tba alarm. Instinctively a
iloten persona went to tha Wayn
hnuM, where there bad been no
lens of Ufa since Sunday, and the
utne terrlhe arena waa preaented.
In their beds were the bodies of Mr.
id Mra. Wayne and their ha he. alt
hnrrlhly mangled, aa In the case of
'he bodies In tha Ilurnham home.
Not even a ft Kit print waa found on
the floor of either bona and not a
person could be found who bad neen
anyone about lb prmlaea alnre
Sunday afternoon, when all tha murd
ered persona at different tlmea war
In a neighboring grocery ator.
There Is no known motlv for th
crime. rioth th Ilurnham and
'ayne families wer of moderat
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tha Cowea rondstead She waa la,
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K J il:25 o clock, bound for
l"nin,'n or Cherbourg ana
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list of flrat-claae pasaengera
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MuT WBLC0M IN ENGLAND.
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Wd nR" aemea on wng-
irtli.fi m th" world's havywlght
IU 1 e"mpl"n, Johnaon.
Voi ii, h"r has been leading a frlve-
hot. " ,"n'," hla arrival on foreign
tulr. r ln" Popularity he nrst
ont !"" rilt,rl r on ao-
, 's nnathletlo behavior
R,) tha Morning B;rpr1a.
CUPID'S FEE CASES TO
BE DECIDED TODAY
Circuit Judge Campbell, of Clacka
mae county, will today decide the
caseaJroughl by Juaticea of to
Tear Hell and Olson, of Portland.
Involving their clalma for tha pay
nt of aalarlea and the off net a alleg
ed by Multnomah county for mar
riage feea, which tha county contends
should l turned Into the county
treasury. The decision In th Hell
ess will be banded down In Port
land and that In th Olson case In
thla city, that action having been
transferred to fftckamss county.
Presiding Judge fJatens In Portland,
when assigning cases, found that
nun of th Multnomah County. Cir
cuit Judges, except Judge McGinn,
waa willing to try the caaea. At tor
neya for Hell and Olaon objected to
having tha trials In Judge McGinn's
department, because be haa declined
to accept feea for performing mar
Th two Portland districts are th
only onea that will be affected by tha
declslona, th law being clear that
Justices of th peace and Judges are
entitled to feea In districts having a
population of leaa than 100,000. AO
cording to on theory th Justices
and Judges In Portland who have ac
cepted feea and not turned them Into
the county treasury are liable to civil
aulta for th recovery of th money.
IN PORTLAND TODAY
PORTLAND, Sept. 20. (Special.)
For thre daa there will be publish
ed excellent edition of newspapera
throughout th atate. Th edltora
have foregathered here to attend th
meeting of th Orwgon Editorial As-
aoclatlon and th understudies have
been left behln to do tha work.
That they will make the moat of the
opportunity goea without aaying.
More than 100 acrlnea arrived tonight,
and when th meeting la tailed to
order tomorrow an august aaaembly
will be preaent.
Th morning aeeelon of tha first
day will b devoted to registering,
appointment of committees, reading
of reporta of offloera and other rou
tine buslnesa. Th election of of
ficers will be held at tba afternoon
sosHlon and J. Id Oratke, of the Aa
torla Budget, will deliver an address
on "Hettarlng our Condition." All
members will be expected t6 -t give
their- vlewa on "Oood of th Associa
tion." George Putman, Medford Tfl-
bune. will apeak on "Publicity
Work, and Charlea Fisher, of the Eu
gen Guard, will apeak on "Job Print
ing, Its Kffect." W. S. U'Ren will
apeak In favor of alngl tax and Dr.
Chapman will oppose It. In the eve
ning th member a will be given a
dinner by,the Paper Dealera' Associa
tion of Portland.
Seneca Reach will apeak on "Coat
Finding" at th morning session tha
aecond day. K. B. Piper will apeak
on "School of Journallam," and Mr.
O'Hrlen, of the Marahfleid Reoord,
will deliver an address on "Cash Sub
scriptions." "Postal Lawa" will be
the aubject of an addresa by C. B.
Merrick, pot'"ft,,'' Portland. Geo.
Hlmea w"lll apeak on "Our Indiana"
and Bruc Dennla will tell about "Se
curing New Membera to tha Associa
tion." J. T. Carroll will apeak on "Prese
and Polltlca." George Trowbridge
will apeak on th "Obllgatlona of City
to Country Press" and W. D. Wll
llama will make an addresa on "Ore
gon Preaa Good Hoosters."
Tb Portland Preaa Club will tak
care of the visitors In th evening,
entertaining them with one of Ua
Inimitable "High Jlnkn" programa.
A trip to Oregon City via. the O.
W, P. will be taken Saturday morn
ing. Tba papnr mills and electric
plant will be Inspected, and the vis
itors will be th guests of tha Com
mercial Club at luncheon. They will
return to Portland at 3 o'clock.
WCChLY CNTCkPRlSC ESTABLISHED 1566
ROOM FOR MORE.
JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER.
Reeant Photograph f World's
Rlehost Man Mad at Hla Home.
9 till, kr American Prtu Association.
MRS. OGLE VICTOR Li
County Judges . Ueivtle Wednesday
refused to set aalde th will of Wil
liam Philip Welamendel, a prominent
man of thla city, who left the greater
, part of hla property to Mra. Ola M.
Ogle, of Canby. The will waa con
tested by Mra. Nellie Lyons. Mrs.
Rosa Howard, and. Mra. : Emma
Phillips, alstera of the testator, and
hla mother, Mra. Sophia Welsmandel,
It waa alleged that Welsmandel, when
a youth, waa forced to leave home
by hla father, and that he lived for
a number of year with the Ogle
family. He died February 11, 1911.
nt the home of hla mother. The will,
which waa execifted December lty
1910, named Mra. Ogle aa administra
trix. Judge Jleatle held that th vl
i dence did not ahow the testator to
I be of unsound mind or that he had
been unludy Influenced. J, E. Hedges
represented Mrs. Ogle.
DAUGHTERS OF THE KINQ MEET
Christmas Baxaar la Planned By
' Th Daughters of the King of St.
Paul's Episcopal church met at the
home of Mrs. Theodora Osmond,
Eleventh and Center atreeta, Tues
day aftnoon, and planned the work
of tha society for tha coming year.
It waa decided to hold a baxaar
Christmas, and other entertainments i
will be given. Tea waa served and
thoae who attended wer Meadamea
W. A. Shewman, l A. Motrla, Theo
dore Clark, Arthur Warner, C. O.
Huntley. A. I Beetle, K. A. Chap
man, E. T. Flelda, H. S. Moody, T.
P. Randall. J. J. Tobln, Anita Bar
low Lawrence and Mrs. Edward
Schwab and Mlaa Mary L. Holmea.
The following are registered at the
Electric Hotel: I. M. Livingston,
New York; AI. L. rJCrouae, Portland;
Jcsal Edwards, Portland; Emily
Drlscoll, Portland; Guy Graxer, Sa
lem; W, 8- Bagby, H. Klrbyson, B.
Shoenberg, Dodge; Carl Balsfl, Boise,
Idaho; Rsy Kaylor. II. W. Phillips,
Henry Conner, Mra. Jessie Mathfs,
Oakland, Cal.; B. H. Grout, Portland";
William Mumpower, C. R. Boroughs,
V. B. Frlel, Sandy; Charlea Miller,
J. Caey, D. Madison, B. Butler.
BIC1ERS SUED BY
MOORE FOR $50,000
Atnon Moor, prealden of the Port
land Cment Company, which Is
building a $1,000,000 "plant at Oswego,
Wednesday filed ault against Joseph
Blchner, a pioneer, and hia eon Hen
ry, for 50,000 damagee for alleged
assault. Moor and the Blchnera
engaged In an altercation over th
ownership of a atrip of land where
the company la building " Ita fclant,
July 25. laat Th Blchnera allege
Moore waa th aggressor, and the
latter aaserte that- h -w -etruck
first. He avera that h climbed
through a fence on th property when
he waa struck with a shovel by Henry
Blchner, and that he would have been
killed but for a heavy straw hat which
he wore. He aaya he aelzed a piece
of board to defend himself, but be
fore he could use It the elder Blch
ner a(nck him. with a club.- The de
fendant declare that they struck
Moore In self defense after he bad
Moor declare that- be waa per
manently Injured by a blow on the
head; that he suffers from traumatic
neurosis, which threatens to destroy
his earning capacity. The plaintiff
aaya that his earning rapacity before
the attack waa $25,000 a year.
The Blchnera ware arrested soon
after the altercation, but were dis
missed by a Justice of the Peace, and
It Is 'said Moor will try to have them
Indicted. They aued him for danv
agea, through Attorney Brownell,
anon after the fight, and also aued to
have him ejected from the property
OREGON CITY FOLK TO
ATTEND GRESHAM FAIR
Arrangements are being made by
O E. Freytag, to have a special car
leav thla city tomorrow to attend
the fair at Greeham, Thla la Mult
nomah county a fair. Last' year thla
fair waa held about the same time
aa that of Clackaniaa county fair, and
many persons of thla city were un
able to attend. If th required num
ber can be obtained a car will be
chartered for the trip Multnomah
county always has had exceptionally
good fairs, and the one thia year
promise to eclipse all others. The
car will probably leave thla city In
tha forenoon and arrive ln time for
AID TO RAILROAD
During the week Just past the of
ficials of the Clackamas Southern
railroad were Interviewed 'by a great
man people living In different part a
of thla county and a number aubacrtb
ed for atock, which goea to ahow that
the project la meeting with great fa
vor among the horn people.
The officers of the company have
accepted an invitation and will at
tend a meeting of the Sllverton Com
mercial Club tonight Th Sllverton
people have, alwaya been very enthus
iastic over th building of thla road,
whlrh, when completed, will extend
to their city. It means a great deal
to their welfare, aa around Sllverton
and the Abaqua Baaln stands some
6t th finest timber found anywhere
In thla atate, and by making thla ter
ritory a tributary to Portland mar
keta, by enabling the timber owners
to get their loga Into the water below
the falls at Oregon City, add value
to th timber belt. i
The bonds to be lsaued by the com
pany for the steel and equipment are
being sought by some of th most
conservative Investors In the state,
and the company dos not anticipate
any trouble In disponing of the entire
SEPTEMBER 21, J911.
BEVY OF BEAUTIES
TO AID CONTESTANT
MILWAUKIE'S PRETTIEST GIRLS
COMING HERE TO FIGHT FOR
JUSTICE SAMSON TO DISPENSE LAW
Mlaa Nellie Wlianrvld Suing Editor
For $150, Alleging That 8h
Won Flrat Prii In
Voting Contest. r-
Tbe case of Nell I WUenreld, a
popular young woman of Mllwaukle,
against W. A. Thomas, proprietor of
th Mllwaukle Appeal, will he beard
In Justice of the Peace Samaon's
court thla afternoon. A change of
viiiue waa obtained from Justice of
the Peace Kelso's court because of
th popularity of the fair plaintiff.
It being feared the defendant could
not obtain a fair trial there.
Miss WUenreld declares tbat ahe
waa th winner of first prize In a
voting contest recently conducted by
Mr. Thomas, but ha refused to recog
nize her aa such and Insisted upon
giving her second prize. Tb first
prlza waa a free trip to San Fran
cisco for the winner and a compan
ion and the aecond prize waa a free
trip ot th Astoria Centennial. The
plaintiff aaaerta that tha San Fran
cisco trip for heraelf and friend will
coat $150, and ah la suing for tbla
amount She avera that ahe obtained
subscriptions amounting to $200 for
the paper. Mr. Thomaa denlea thla.
Virtually the entire population of
Mllwaukle la Intereated In the auit.
and the trial la expected to attrack
aa large a crowd aa a "Booster Day"
celebration In the first capital of the
atate. Many of Mllwaukle'a fairest
young women are expected to take the
stand for Miss Wlzenreid, and Mr.
Thomaa realize that hla defenae will
bave to- be etrong.
It Is aald that the Judges of th
contest changed their decision, first
deciding In favor of tb young woman
who took the trip to San Francisco
and aubaequently in favor ot ' Mlaa
A. H DOOUTTLE IS
A. R. Doollttle, one of the well
known reaidenta of thla city, waa aer
loualy Injured Wednesday afternoon.
Hla left leg waa broken at the ankle
and two rlba were fractured. Mr.
Doollttle, who la an employe of the
L Adama-Btore, accompanied one of
the delivery wagons to the home of
J. Chambera on the West Side, where
aome furniture was being taken.
While passing along on of the roads
leading to the Chambers home, Mr.
Doollttle waa thrown from the wagon.
Dr. If. S. Mount attended the injured
man, and the patient la resting eaay.
BEAVERS TAKE CLOSE
GAME FROM OAKLAND
PORTLAND. Sept. 20. (Special.)
How thoae Portland boya are play
ing! As Sam Jonea not Billy Sun
day, both are big leaguera In tbelr
profession uaed to say, th Beavers
are copping the gamea through stick
atlvenesa. When tbey went to the
bat today ln th ninth Inning .the
game stood 2 to 0 In favor of Oak
land. The Beavers hammered out
two runs In the ninth and got the
winning one in the tenth. . Harkneas
pitched for Portland and Ablea twirl
ed for Oakland.
The results Wednesday follow:
Paclflo Coaat League
Portland 3, Oakland 2 (10 Innings).
San Francisco 5, Loa Angelea 4.
Vernon 8. Sacramento 2.
Portland 4, Tacoir.a 2.
Victoria 9, Spokane 8.
Vancouver-Seattle game post
poned because of rain'
Cleveland 12-4, New York K-5.
Boston 3, Detroit 2.
Chicago 6, Waahington 2.
Philadelphia 3. St. Louis I.
New York 4 7, St. Loula 0-4.
Chicago 1-0. Philadelphia 0-4.
Cincinnati 7-12. Brooklyn 5-1.
Pittsburg 3, Boston 2
Won. Lost. P.C.
. ... 82
Loa Angeles .
i Won. Ist P.C.
Vancouver 94 68 .619
Spokane ... 87 70 .655
Seattle 82 81 .640
Pdrtland ' . 79 73 .620
Tacoma 79 75 .513
Victoria 41 89 .315
. Are voti a aubs rlner to tha Morn
ing Enterprise? II not yon should call
and let a pa your nam on th sub
scription Hat Immediately
COUNTY FAIR TO
SET NEW RECORD
EXHIBITION PROMISES TO BE
FAR SUPERIOR TO ANY
EVER HELD BEFORE.
BEST ATTRACTIONS ARE ENCAGED
Sham Battle, Motor Cycle, Automo
bile And Horse Racee To Fur.
nlah Thrills Special
Arrangements have been complet
ed ' for the Clackamaa County Fair,
which will be held at Canby, Septem
ber 27. 28, 29 and 30. The exhibition
will be the best ever glvsn In thla
count, and the Indlcatlona are that
th attendance will break all records
made heretofore. On of the feaf
turea will be the exhibit of the coun
ty which won aecond prize at th
For the flrat day ''Scotch Day"
tug of war racea will be on of the
attractions. There also will be bag
pipe music and a troupe of beautiful
glrs dressed ln Highland costumes
will dance. The girls were engaged In
Portland, and they are expected to
be a atelier attraction.
A' tug-of-war between Molalla and
Oregon City teama haa been arranged
for the aecond day. There la great
rivalry between the two teams and
tbelr friends, and the tuBsel will be
to a finish. There will be a motor
cycle race In the afternoon, and It
Is he desire of several entrants to
amaah recorda held In thia part "of
"Oregon-Clty-Day,- September" 29,
will, be the banner one of the meet.
A special train will be run from thia
city, and thousands of Portland real
dents are expected to attend. Buai
ness in this city virtually will aua
pend, and almost the entire popular
tlon will go to the fair. A sham bat
tie between the Woodburn and Ore
gon City companlea of the Oregon
National Guard - will be the big at
traction. That the imitation battle
will be hard fought goes without
aaying for the companlea have been
r'.rila for a long time, and are de
termined to display all of their mili
tary prowess. It will be the flrat
aham battle ever held In Clackamaa
county, and will give the audience a
suggestion, at least, of what' a real
battle looks like.
After th imitation fight there will
be a competitive drill, and the win
ners will be given gold medals.
Representative of all the schools
In the county will engage ln a track
meet on the last, day, and, In the af
ternoon, Charlea Hoyt, th only news
paper reporter In Oregon who owns
an automobile, and Chester Elliott,
an automobile dealer of thla city, will
race ln their big cara. The race un
doubtedly will be the moat thrilling
event of the fair. Hoyt showed rare
ability a a driver two years ago
when he beat a professional at the
State Fair, and his friends are con
fident that he will dispose of Elliott
In short order. The latter, however,
la a racer of no mean ability, and
hla adheranta are Just aa confident
aa thoae of his rival that ha will be
the winner of the $100 offered by the
Bronco busting also will be a fea
ture of the last day, and there will be
many other attractions AH local
trains from - Portland and this 1 city
will stop at the .; fair grounds,1 and
there will be return trains on ached
ulea convenient for all who wish to
attend the fair.
There will be trotting, running and
pacing racea dally.
O. E. Freytag haa arranged to have
aeveral lecture delivered at the fair
that will be of great interest to the
farmers, growers and stockmen of
the county. The men engaged to
lecture are connected with the Ore
gon Agricultural College. The sub
jects will be Horticulture," "Agricul
ture," "Stock and Dairying. There
will be a round-table and question
box, and the farmers, stockmen and
fruitgrowers are requested to bring
ln their questions and deposit them
tn this box. and they will be announc
ed before they return to their homes.
Announcements were received In '
thla city Wednesday of the marriage
of Miss Margaret Blanche Bullock,
formerly of Oswego, and Howard II.
Ecclea, of Canby. The marriage was
solemnized ln Portland Tneeday. Mr.
and Mrs. Ecclea will be at home to
their frlenda after November 1, at
Til bride a daughter of Oregon
pioneers, the late Mr. and Mra. A.
If. Bullock, who died a few months
ago at the old family horn at Os
wego, where they bad reaided for
years. She la well known and high
ly respected ln Oawego, where ah
has resided moat of ber lire. The
bridegroom la on of Clackamaa
county's successful teachers and haa
made hla home at Canby fur many
yeara. He also la connected with
the Adklna Lumber Company, being
manager and bookkeeper, with head
quarters at Canby. Mr. Ecclea haa
many friends throughout the county
who extend to him and hla bride
their best wlshea and congratula
tions. SuDocrtbe for th Daily Rntarprtse
4 Th only daily twii fc 4
twn Portland n1 Salms airway
lata In ovary ectlen Of Clka- 4)
nil County, wtth a population of a)
30,000. Ar you an atfvortiaorf
Pn Wui, 10 Ctarw
P-LAY VITHIN PLAY,
"DONT TELL MY WIFE" CHANG
ED TODAY TO "DONT TELL
' THE GOVERNOR." .
YOUNG MEN RIVAL SEASONED ACO
Franklin Stock Company Gives Fin
Peformanc After Youthful
Troupe Is Put To
- Rout By Pollco.
Several young men, actons, some of
them, of the best families In Oregou
City, who should have known better,
and will know better when they
think the matter over calmly this
morning, created a disturbance In
Shively opera house last evening dnrs
ing th performance of the fare
comedy by the Franklin Stocy Com
pany, "Don't Tell My Wife." The
aforementioned young men took no
chancea on the play being a comedy;
they were certain that It would b a
si m a4 v mrA tn m Inn Kl tmr1 mil
about It thev arranged to furnish
their share of the comedy. And they
Hardly had the curtain been raised
on the first act when th comedy
started. The offending young men
first created mirth by throwing pap
er balls at each other.' Then they
laughed, knd anchored each 'other
until the performance waa repeated.
Thla attempt to produce a play with
in a play, a-la-Hamlet, waa too much
for th organiat and ah quit Tha
actor 'of th acheduled play com
plained and finally Policemen Frost
and Cook wer called. Their appear
ance caused the Juvenile actors to
beat It" But Mr. Frost says h
has t.heir name and it Is possible
tbat warrants will be sworn oat
against them. ;
After the departure of the comnot-
Ing company th members of the
Franklin Stock Company continnd
their workr and gave a creditable pre
sentation of "Don't Tell My Wife."
Mr. Wolbert gave a fin Imperso mo
tion of Felix Featherston and Mlaa
Jesale Edwardes was delightful aa
Mrs. Featherston. The cast was aa
Falls Featherston Wm. Wolbert
Uncle John ........ Ronald Brad be ry
Harry Prendergaat .... Steve Burton
Saunders . ., L. M. Livingston
Mrs. Featheratone ..Jessie Bdwarde
Ethel Granger Florence Henry
Penelope Lyndaay Drlscoll
ACT I. Sitting room at th Feath
erstone'a. ACT II. The same.
ACT III. The same.
SUNDAY SCHOOL PRIZES
TO BE GUI UT
Prizes will be awarded to the Sun
day achool children of St Paul's
church for good work, during the sum
mer this evening. The Sunday achool
of St Paul's church did not take a
vacation thla year, the Rev. Mr. Rob
inson, the rector, took personal
charge, letting the faithful teachers
take a rest Each Sunday question
papers were given out and the anawy
era explained. During the past week
the children, more than seventy-five
of whom were present each Sunday
during the summer, have been work
ing on an examination given them
hy the rector. Two gold medals will
be awarded tonight for the beat pap
ers from the boys and girls, knd four
silver medals for the aecond and
third best paper. The prize papers
will be read In the church after th
evening service at 7:30 o'clock. As
the prizes are exceedingly handsome
the children are eager to learn the
ONLY 10 NTS
SANTA CRUZ BEACH AND
IN THE PAR 18. BLUMS
THE GRAY WOLVES
EXTRACTING PALM JUICE
IN THE FOREST
THE VILLI AN FOILED
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