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I WlATHfR INDICATION.
i Oron City-sOwaalonal rain
I Wednesday. H"'hrly wind.
7 0r,,K()ii Occasional rain Wsd-
I n.luy: southerly winds.
VOIi. II No. 75.
ROLPH THOUGHT TO HAVE BEEN
KLCCTCO IN SAN FRANCISCO '
BY BIO PLURALITY.
VOTE BIGGEST IN CITY'S HISTORY
luppoiicr of Incumbsnt Concadaa
Dft by 15,000 Fight For
HAS KKANCIflCO, Sept. 20.
Jmi Rolph. Jr., elected mayor
of Hull Frsnclsco today at tha flrit
direct primary election to dulormlus
the ivtm itti ! of municipal officers of
th rlty mid oounty of Ban Frsnclsco.
The vote 'losely approximate
lu.iwo. Hie blKgt ever cast lu the
' While the vole la by no moans
rompl""'1 counted, the roiurns Indl
fi,. -iho clcclloQ Jtolph tb .a suit
unllxl majority and close support
en nl Mayor McCarthy, the only real
opponent of llolph, concede tb may
Plurality Thought 27,000,
At o'clock inflight. Max J. Kulil
Roluh'a (uiiiiIh-manager, Isaued
tha following statement:
'rTim: Indications now at band
Holph's plurality will I la tbo
nlulitHrhMd of 7,000 This, In our
opinion, Ik merely a vindication or
the ciioJ name of Hon Francisco.
united people working" for one ob
jert, tlie reKeiieratlon and good nams
of Hun Kranclsco, bavo put tbenv
"!r7Trmly on record.
The people ran look forward to tba
fair ynrs wltb an absoluta assur
er thtt nor-only wilt tba fan
ltrir, but tbo government of Baa
rrmndxro, too. bo a credit to our
At the McCarthy headq.uarte.rs no
one could bo found who would vol
onteer a statement, but at 8 p. tn.
the News, lbs only paper which baa
supported Mayor McCarthy, coucod
ed Holph's election, probably by
Report, r Treated Harshly.
Ods newspaper reporter gained
access (o McCarthy, but the latter
threw up his hands and said, "Throw
him out!" "Throw blm out!" and
tha reporter departed.
8o far the returns show that Me
Carthy lost votes In tht districts
where ho was strongest two years
ago, and the dlstrlcta conceded to
Holph tolled tip a vol that aston
wtieil even his most ardent sup
Next to tha mayoralty fight, In
terest centers on tha fight for tha
district attorneyship, Tba leading
candidates are C. M. Flckert, Incum
bent, and Uulph L. Hatborn. Indorsed
by virtually tha aama Interests that
supported Rolph. Present tndlci
tlons aro that Flckert will gain tha
greater vole at tha prlmarlee and
that Hat horn will be Flckert "a oppo
nent at tbo general election In No
INSULT CAUSED HER TO .
SLAY HUSBAND, BAY8 WIDOW
DENVER. Sent. Sfl. An Insult
the climax of a series of aliened bru
unties extending throughout their
married life. Is given by Mrs. Ger
trude cilbaon Patterson aa tha rea,
on for killing her husband, Charles
a. laupraon, formerly a Chicago
oroker, In thla city.
tie apat In my face and called
ns the vilest namo a man can call
S woman.'' aalrl Mra Pattarann.
Putteraon In mnatant fear
of his wife, who had froauantl
threatened to kill him." waa tha
statement of tha dead man'a attor
ny and frlenda.
It develoned that illnrntri for
Mrs. Patterson will offer "temporary
Insanity, the result of long abuaa and
inauit," as a defense.
UUr artaa Alnhhlnv nttr Tha
Morning Enterprise by mall and the
"rrKiv nrnirnn an -hnth until Nnvem
r i, 19U, for only $3. Offer closes
vaoner 21, 1011.
Tht eollara In ki tuilah
N ftiilpta aea ahnwlnn
,hl season are Just like the maassng.
r boythsy won't run. '
Ws TSl ahAtauIn. am las.a uaig.
w. , w v. , , , as lm Uv
f,y of the Manhattan Bhlrta and you
"""w th,r, . non b,tt,Pi
AS a r.UH- 4-
"II to look over our splendid ehow.
'"8 Of L System and r.lathnraft Sulta
" Ovsreoste at
$12.50 to $35
KXCLUSIVI CLOTHI1RB V
Not Like Others.
th and Main
HIGH SCHOOL GAINS
Huperlntendent of City BchooU
Tooxe announced Tuesday that more
tbant?-pnptls had been enrolled at
the high schKl, and that this number
would be largely augmeuted. Only
120 -attended tbe school last year,
and the gain la considered remark
able. ... There alao have been large
gains lu the grade school attendance,
and another room and teacher will
have to be provided for the fifth
grade classes. The .Increased . at
tendance la evidently due to the fine
work accomplished by the schools
last year, and tbe courses of study
arranged by the superintendent
Msny of the high school pupils have
been drawn from the county, owing
to the superior facilities In tbls city.
The new building also Is thought to
have had something to do with the
remarkable Increase In attendance.
Although there la still much work to
do on the building, Superintendent
Tooxe announced that the classes
would proceed with their studies as
AGAIN BY UNION MEN
Milwaukee, Wis., 8ept. !. (Spe
clal.) At an enthusiastic session of
the International Tlrldge and Struc
tural Iron Workers' convention here
today, John J. McNamara waa re
elected ' aecretary-treaaurer of tbe
The convention ' also voted to pre
sent MoNamara with a gold watch
fob as a further recognition of his
services to the orgsnlzatlon In the
past and as an assursnce that he Is
sttl their first thought tn the time
of his present trouble.
Wltb approximately igo.ooo on
hand today and with an outlook of
double that amount by tbe end of the
month, all secured by assessments
during the convention, the McNam
ara defense fund Is materially In
creased. PAUL R. DILLOW TO LEAVE.
Wsll-Known Young Msn Accepts
Pisco In Vancouver, B. C.
Paul R. Dlllow, who has repre
sented the Ohio Investment company
of Portland In thla city for several
months, will leave for Vancouver,
B. C. this evening, where he has
aocepted a position with, the Western
Provincial company, Mr. runow nas
made many friends in this city, who
regret to see him leave. '
LONG BUSINESS LIEE
CLEVELAND, Sept 26. John D.
Rockefeller issued his first- state
ment to the public In many years
today. It cam In the shape of a
message expressing his thankfulness
for a long and auccessful business
career, following the gaining of his
first Job 56 years ago. Incidentally
It revealed the fact that the oil king
held only one "Job" In all hla career,
Here Is the statement: '
"The flag lu flying over Forest
Hill today In memory of 56 years
ago. when I' secured my first and
only situation in the forwarding and
commission house of Hewitt aV
Tuttle, on the river, I am, very
grateful for this memory."
The statement waa , made by Mr.
Rockefeller to hla brother-in-law,
George Rudd, who telephoned It to
the papera. ,
Hewitt A Tuttle years ago was a
well known business firm.
WEEKLY CNTCRPRISC ESTABLISHED I S GO
GOING TO BE A STRIKEOUT? .
FOR BATTLE AT FAIR
That tbe members of Company O,
Third Infsntry, O. N. CL. of thl city
wtll- give - a - good account of - themcotinty- wilt - be discussed at a mass
selves at the military maneuvers at
tbe Cl-ickamae county fair Friday la
atteated by the Interest all are tak
ing. Nearly the full company turned
juj for drills Monday and Tuesday
nights despite the fact that thla la
tbe "vacation period."
Pitted against the local guardsmen
at Canby will be Company I of
Wood burn, and aa these two compa
nies have long - been contenders f a
top notch honors In tae Third regl.
ment, the winning organization will
realize that It has dene some "tall
old soldiering." It la expected that
only normal attack will be used in
the maneuver, or "sham battle." The
main fight between tne two com
panies will be the competitive drill,
and while the Oregon City guardsmen
are figuring out the difference be
tween "right" and "left shoulder
arms and other puzzling commands.
reports from Woodburn say that the
citizen warriors of that community
are using all their spare momenta to
pore over the Infantry Drill regula
WIFE, SUING, SAYS ;
LOVE SOON COOLED
Hardly had- the wedding bells
ceased their tinkling when Olaf
Klndof ceased to love his wife, al
leges Mrs. Vlda O. Klndom, who
through Attorney Q. D. Eby Is sulug
for a divorce. , In tBe complaint sbo
ssys that they were married In Port
land on January 14 last year. In
February the plaintiff says that Kln
dom began to treat her with coolness
and Indifference. She aays that he
showed no love or affection whatever
toward her, and even went so far as
to tell her that he did not love her.
She asks the custody of their young
More fine stock than ever before.
,7 Fast horses from all parts of the State will contest for big
prizes on the fastest track in the State. ,
The Clackamas County Exhibit that .won a. big prize, at
Salem will be there. . ,. .
." A. A. West will ride wild Bulls and Horses.
Sham Battles on Friday. Automobile Races.
BIG ROAD MEETING TO
BE HELD ;1S EVENING
Plana for building the proposed
capital highway through. Clackamas
meeting to be held this evening, un
der the auspices of the East Side
Capital Highway association. In tbe
auditorium at the fair grounds. Can
by. Automobiles to transport the
Oregon City delegation will leave the
Commercial club at 6:15 o'clock.
Good speakers have been engaged for
4ke meeting.. ud. everybody rla In
vited to attend. Secretary Latourette
announced Tuesday that a resident of
New Era had donated a large rock
pile from which' to obtain material
for aurfaclng a part of the capital
MULINO VOTES TO
ERECT NEW SCHOOL
At the special school meeting held
at Mullno Saturday It was agreed to
bond the district for $2000 to build a
new schoolhouse,' the vote being
twenty-three Infavor of and seven
teen against, it was decided by a
vote of thirty-three against seven to
hold the present property for awhile.
The townslte company agreed to give
the district a block In tbe new town
If they would put up a $1500 school
house on it.
HUNTERS GET BIG GAME.
Ernest P. Elliott and Mort Parks
Return From Southern Oregon.
Asserting that they killed mighty
near the limit, and bringing home
some fine heads to substantiate their
claim. Ernest P Elliott and Mort
Parka returned Monday night from a
deer hunt In Southern Oregon. Going
to Drain on the Southern Pacific, the
local huntsmen Joined a largeiwparty
and went back Into the hills In the
on at CANBY
SEPTEMBER 27, 28,
SEPTEMBER 27, 1011.
FENCES IN OSWEGO
SHERIFF AND DEPUTIES ON
GUARD AS ROAD SUPERVISOR
HAS WORK DONE.
CEMENT MEN OFFER NO RESISTANCE
Obstructlons Rszsd Upon Order of
County Court Portland Com. '
pany Expected to Ap
. peal Case.
Following the Issuance of an order
by tbe county court Tuesday forenoon
for tbe removal of tbe fences erected
on Klrkbam And Furnace streets in
Qswego try the Portland Cement com
pany, Road Supervisor uaviason ana
a force oi men removed tne oDjec
tionable barrier. Despite current ru
mor, no efrort at resistance was made
by the employes of tbe concern, tbe
nesrest thing to' a fight being a
verbal protest by Aman Moore, presi
dent of the company. - -
Postmaster George W. Prosser and
Supervisor Davidson,' who were In
strumental In filing the petition Mon
day protesting against tbe action of
the cement company in forcibly clos
ing op the streets Sunday and main
taining a guard, representee: tne
residents of Oswego in the county
court Tuesday morning and explained
their side of tbe case. Furnace street,
they ssld, has been recognized aa a
thoroughfare for the past forty or
fifty years, and as such was used by
the stages la the days the mails were
carried In that manner.
: Following the statements of the
Oswego men, the county cojirt Issued
an order directing the road super
visor to remove the obstacles, and
keep the street clear. In order to
sfford Davidson aa much protection
as be might need 1n fhe undertaking.
Sheriff Masa waa instructed to go Jo
the scene with as many deputies as
Sheriff Masa and Deputlea Miles.
Eddy and Long left for Oswego at I
o'clock and upon their arrival there
the work of demolishing the fences
waa commenced. While there were
plenty of Oswegoltes ready and wilt
Ing tovbe deputized, there was no
need of such action, owing, to the
stand taken by the cement people.
It is expected by many who have
been following the case that the ce
ment company will appeal to the cir
cuit court. It Is said that their deed
from the Oregon Iron II Steel com
pany doea not make an exception of
the territory included in the disputed
streets, and that they claim owner
ship for this reason. '
HAYES TO SPEAK AT.
Judge Gordon B. Hayea has agreed
to deliver an address at the
benefit to be given Willie ("Doc")
Mosier. the blind fireman, at
Scbnoor's park Sunday. Mosier, who
was a member of Hose Company No.
5 for many years, was considered one
of the best firemen in the city, and
his friends are deeply grieved over
the affliction that has befallen him,
That there will be a large attendance
at the benefit and a substantial sum
will be raised Is assured. . Judge
Haves Is expected to deliver a mas
- SAWMILLS ARE IN8PECTED, .
Carl F. Caufleld, deputy atate labor
commlsftloner and inspector of fac
tories and workshops, passed through
Oregon City Monday on his way to
the Interior of the county, where he
Inspected a number of sawmills In
the vicinity of Canby and Mullno.
FAIR OPENS TODAY
EXHIBITORS WORK FOR WEEKS
TO HAVE EVERYTHING
AUTO RACER MILLS IN SPEED TEST
Harding Grange, Clairmorrt, Bartow
and Gladstone Out For Prizes.
Canby Schools to
' Close. .
The biggest and best fair ever held
by Clackamas county opens today at
Canby. For more than two weeks
score of men have been busy on
the booths and arranging the display,
so when the doors, are thrown open
virtually everything will be In readi
ness. The grounds were like a busy
city Tuesday, all the exhibitors and
amusement companies vtelng with
each other In being ready for the
f On, ?t the prettiest-tootha-wlll
be that from Harlow, which Is to be
in charge "f N. T. Melvln and L R.
Irvln. Another pretty booth is that
of Clalrmont. The women of Hard
lug Grange have arranged an attrac
tive exhibit. Gladstone has on of
the finest displays on the grounds.
The county exhibit "which won sec
ond prise at the state fair has been
put in plate, and will be one of tbe
features of the exhibition.
Dsrirg Autolst Tries Track.
Chester Elliott, who Is to be on
of the automobile racers at the fair,
tried his new machine on th grounds
Tuesday. ' He made the half-mile cir
cuit at a rapid pace 'and from his
confident expression it was evident
that be expecta to win the handsome
prize offered by tbe association Tbe
business houses of Csnby will be
closed p&rt of Thursday whlclr h
been designated Canby day. The
schools of that city will be closed
Thursday and Friday.
A tuffof war between Molalla ' and
Oregon ' City - teams has been ar
ranged for the second day. There ia
great rivalry between the two teams
and their friends, and the tussel will
be to ii finish. There will be a
motorcycle race In the afternoon, and
it is the deslr of several entrants
to smash records held ini this part
of the state. "
"Oregon City day" Friday will
be the banner one of the meet A
special train will be run from this
city, and thousands of Portland reel
dents are expected to attend. Busi
ness in this city virtually will be
sunended, and almost the entire
population will go to the fair. A
aham ' battle between tbe Woodburn
ami Oregon City companies of the
Oregon National Guard will be the
'big attraction. That the Imitation
battle will be hard fought goes with
out saying for the companies have
been rivals for a long time, and are
determined to display all of their
military prowess.' It will be tbe first
sham battle ever held in Clackamas
county, and will give the audience
a auggestlon, at least, of what a real
battle looks like.
Drill To Be Feature. -
After the Imitation fight there will
be a competitive drill, and the win
ners will be given gold medals.
Representatives of all the schools
in the county will engage in a track
meet on the last day, . and, in . the
afternoon, the big automobile race
will be held. The race undoubtedly
will be tbe most thrilling event of
Bruuco busting also will b a fea
ture of the last day, and there will
be many other attractiona. All local
trains from Portland and thla city
will atop at the fair grounds, and
there will be return trains on sched
ules convenient for all who wish to
attend the fair.
There will be trotting, running and
pacing races dally.
O. E. Freytag has arranged to have
several lectures, 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 v with the Ore
gon Agricultural college. Tbe sub
jects will be "Horticulture." "Agricul
ture," "Stock and Dairying." There
wiU be a round table and question
box, and the farmers, stockmen and
fruitgrowers are requested to bring
In their questions and deposit them
tn this box, and they will be an
nounced before they return to their
$500 GEMS STOLEN
FROM DIMICK HOME
The daylight robber Is the latest to
make his debut in Oregon City, an
as a result of his visit Mrs. Grant B.
Dlmlck mourns the . loss of Jewelry
that is worth In the. neighborhood of
$500. Half a dozen rings, some with
expensive settings, two watches and
several chains were taken by the
. Mrs. Dlmlck left the' Dimtck resi
dence at Main and Thirteenth streets
at 1:30 Tuesdsy afternoon. She re
turned In about three quarters of an
hour and discovered the loss. All of
the jewelry was taken from a purse,
and two copper pennies which were
also in the purse were left. It is
possible that the miscreant may have
u'l Uhls money to get to Portland.
- The police officers are making
every possible effort to find a clue
which will lead to the arrest of the
guilty cne. As there Is no descrip
tion of the man they are badly ban
dlcapped in their work.
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DKU IS LIVE '
RAILROAD BUILDER CHOSEN TO
i HEAD COMMERCIAL CLUB
FLATTERIXG REPORTS ARE Kit
Work on Clackamas Southern and
Plsns for Canal and Lock .
at Falls Are Dis
Grant B. Dlmlck, former county
judge and mayor of Oregon City, and
secretary of the Clackamas Southern
Railway company and ' all around .'
booster, will guide the destinies of
the Live Wires of th Oregon City
Commercial club for the ensuing" ' ,
three months. He wss chosen at th
first meeting of the fall on' Monday
by a unanimous vote of his fellows.
O. D. Eby is th new Sub-Trunk Line
of tbe Lfv Wires, Dr. L. A. Morris
was chosen Transmission Wire andE...
Kenneth Stanton, Guy Wire. Judge ,.
Dimlck'a official title Is Main Trunk:
Llne. i. ,
More than twenty of tbe Wire ap- .
peared at the Initial meeting la tbe
Masonic banquet haJL The menu was
toothsome and after the eloctlon of
Officers several brief speeches were
made, the new chief of the clan oat-
lining the Opportunities for splendid
work to be done. Judge Dlmlck gave
a short review of the progress made
by .the Clackamas Southern Railway
company directors, stating that ISO,
000 cash had been subscribed, which . .
amount' would be sufficient to grade
the road and build tbe trestles from ,
Oregon City to MolaJla. He said) .
railroad experts declare that tbe ter- '
ritory to be traversed by the line ia .
the best in the country for a line of '
Latest Photograph of Grant B.
Dlmlck, - who, Tuesday, wee
chosen Msin Trunk of Th Live
Major Charles 8. Noble made a
statement of tbe situation relative
to the construction of new locks. He
is the committee of the Live Wire
on this matter and said the engineer
are obtaining the prices on rights of
way. Woen thla is done and th
rights of way obtained, said Major.
Noble, construction would be conn
menced and it only remained for the
government to decide definitely on
the route to be taken. Major Noble
declared that the locks would be
built on the east side of the river
and that the government would not
consider the purchase of the west
J. K. Hedges, the retiring - Main
Trunk Line, waa the presiding officer
at Tuesday's meeting. The regular
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A thrilling western story Intro.,
ducing daring fests of horse
manship. v - , . '
It smooths th furrow from
your brow and amlle tak th
place of frown.
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A vry pood pltir,