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I WEATHER INDICATIONS.
4 Or.-K"n City-Halo rrlday;
5 ..iiUlu-rly winds.
t (ir.ttn-Krl(ly rain; souther-
VI iv winds, Increasing ln coast.
you H-No. 83.
STRIKEBREAKERS ATTACKED ON
TRAIN AS THEY ARRIVE
IN NSW ORLEANS.
GOVERNOR SUGGESTS ARBITRATION
Attempt Of llHnola Contral To Trsns
far Workers Falls Two
Outbi-aaka In Ono
NEW OKLKANtf, Oct. . Tho Ural
oiuli'iicf experienced hero In oonnoOr
Hun llh iho strike vt tho shopmen (
thu llarrlmsn lines chine tola after
n,H)ii wlu-ft strikebreakers. Itujiowad
to work In tho Hout'trru Paelflo shops,
were allocked by a niob of 6iW per-
Thr trulu bad JimC pullod Into he
ytn heveral shots were flrod fivm
ti coaches, btK P ono waa stunk.
tJpveral arrests were mad ou Iho
w bell iho oriKera lull iho irin
nli tholr irla)iira, tho mub ti-mu-the
lur wliU ctnl'. A ro4r.
iutil of piillro iaturod ordr. Half
a dori-'ii atrlkcbroHkora woro afvo.'uly
Aliolhtr outbV-oa occurrod tBlu
aftiTiiooti near tho Itlliiola Cnnlial
atrlki-bn-akora" n."rtr bn Jho
fDiiipany allomplod t . traimfor a
rourbload of moil U) lc . SluyvoaeDl
irfvt yardx. T"o ooarh waa atltck
nl by alriko aympa'hUora. Car vln
dd wire brkfn but no ouo ia bo
llrvi'd to bavo been hurt
Tb Hdompt to tranafor tho men
Arbiirailon aa a moaua of aei'.llii
iho ilirrUultlea Mion the llllaou
Oniral and Ua ahr omployoa baa
Imm ii viiKiealed by Governor Noel, of
Mlllp)l. to Freuldent Markham of
th roud. a
JuilK Hurna. in tea United tititoa
Circuit Court, at llciaton, To., today
Rrantrd a temporary Injunction
axuliiHt the offlre'a and all membeia
of tli five federated rrafta nor on
atrlt k n the Jlarrtman llnaa at 11" l
Mn and Calveatia. Tho Injunc on
rplrlm tho union men from u.ir
txrliiK lth tbo romnanva bualnoia.
li iih derlaroif Thtiraday that te
drfiat hy tho Clarkamaa county tearh
en at the Inatltuto held In thla city,
of a resolution dealKiied to keep the
M'h(N)la open on Columbua day, Wanh
ItiKion'a Illrthday and Decoration Day
wouM fat put an end to tho move
. mtMit. Tbo reaolutlon waa In (lor ami
by State Superintendent Alderman,
County Superintendent Gary, City Su
prlniiMiiltnt T(xxo and other noted
eit'Mntora. Tho reaolutlon provided
Hint spproprlato patriotic exerclaea
he t),.ii on thoao holldaya at tho
arhiH)ln. Tho teachara, of courao,
havp no power to alter tho achool
I, r.ad tho reaolutlon waa Intend
ed In ottect aa a recommendation to
County Superintendent Gary, leader
of the movement, declared that
patruiilr oTjuervanroa aro educational,
but under the preaent . ayatem, thla
fen i ii re U overl(Mked. Tbo teachera,
ho-eer. felt that they woro entitled
to die holldaya and voted accord
I Imve opened a fully equipped
wnieh and Jewelry repHlr ahop In the
Musculo Ilulldtng and am prepared
to 'In all kloda of watch, clock and
Jewelry work. I guarantee every
plre of work I do and atand back of
my Kuarnnteo. If your clock la out
of : r I will call for It and deliver
It hen flnlahed.
W. Leonard Runyan
Noma A 70.
THANKS TO COLUMBUS. '
Ha discovered a pleaaant apot for
cut down aomo trooa, and started
things by teaching tho first .Indian
how flno clothes really fool'. .Wa're
In the clothlna business almoat 420
yrs behind his time but luat 420
ysara snd then some ahead In stylo
Suits of tho L Syatom and Clotheraft
mksa ln all tho now fabrlooa, $12-50
to 135.00. "
How about our L Syatsm Overcoat
r Slloon. Tha weather man calls
for ono 112.50 to S30.00.
EXCLUSIVt CLOTHIIRS '
Not Like Others.
6th and Main aVs. . '
N. B. Foe tho oomlna social aoason
"i L System full drsso suit la proper
MAM N NM MhfJ OUT ON A GREATLY NEEDED PRIIrJiwn PXPFDITION.
Ok a I - mmm mi. , aaeu atsaat. aaiak. bm a m av a, aval I II
nUIIUIllUn TILI1 II ll ILAIUll UUUULUIU
flllFN RFATINfi M m MfcCxIlk . J'l I RnmKS FnR VflllMH
rill i fi iiiiviiiMiniiiivAiiiii .wiiiuai jri i i a ui r?ii i -i .
i i.i w vjt - s ' . (i j''o r, ih urrw. Minr-
WOMAN, TOSSED BY
COW, SERIOUSLY HURT
Mr. P. . Rather;, who Uvea n .r
Wlllnmetto, waa aerloualy Injured .i' J
her homo Wedneaday by belnx hc-K-1
ed by a yoiinii cow. Mra. Eattwril, (
who la alxty-tbreo yeara of ago, bad I
rained the cow, and recently aold u
to a nelKhbor. Mra. Katherg w.i de
IMialtlnc a letter In a mailbox, havmc
JuKt paaaed through an eticloaure,
where the cow waa grating, when the
animal Blurted after her. , Mra. Kat
berg waa attacked by tho Infuriated
animal, and waa thrown about ton
feet Into a corner of a fence. fn
acreamed, and Mr. Ek. who who wo-K-lug
a ahort dlatunco away, ran to ih
woman's reacue, and aaalated bor u
her borne. Dr. !1. 8. Mownt waa aum
moned. Mra. Kntterg'a face waa fear
fully lacerated. Tho muitole of the
abdomen were lacerated, and alio
alM atutalned Internal Injurtea. , S
BEAVERS WIN AGAIN;
FLAG SEEMS SAFE
Una ANOELE8. Oct 5. (Speclul
Portland today won another gamo
from Vernon, the score being 6 to J.
Vernon fought hard, but Hogan's men
were outclsaaed. It la virtually con
ceded hero . that tho Iteavera will
cop" tho bunting.
While Portland excelled in every
department, , the -Vlllners Dallied
hard In the earlier rounds ana maae
atrong bid for tho game, mobi oi
Vernon's chances were auo to mo
wlldneas of Henderson, who starieu
She game, and to an error by Btooa,
who relieved tho big pitcher arter two
men had been pawsed In tbo third
Inning. After tho third Inning Bteon
pitched great ball and worked llko
Trojan to win the game.
Not onco md tho Iteavera lauer in
their attack against ineir rornjo.
tenm-mnte Carson, who did the boti
ora for Vernon, and upon whoj
chances of beating Portland the sport
of thla town wasered largo suma.
Tho game showed tho claas or me
two tesms so clearly that very iew
of the most enthuslaatlc Hogan aup-
porters can bo found who win noi
concede tho champlonatiip to ncx.r
die, and that man la about the hap
piest Individual In Los Angeles to
night. . .
For six Innings Carson worsen
nicely and held Portland to two runs
and three hits, while Henderson's
wlldness and Steen's error gave the
Villagers tho lesd. as the HOganno ;
crew tallied one run In tho second
off Henderson and ono eocn in ir.e
fourth and sixth off Bteon.
Paoiflo Coast League.
Pprtlnnd fi. Vc.non 3.
OaklinJ r. '.aw Francisco S
Los Antnli 6. Pacranu'i o .t
New York , Brooklyn 3.
Chicago 8. 8t. Louis 2.
No other games playod.
Philadelphia 1. New York 0.
Boston 11. Washington 2.
No other gamea played. , t
ST A N D I NO.
Los Angeles .,
. .. Ni
HAVE YOU $34.35?
; YOU SHOULD HAVE
WASHINGTON. Oct 8. (SpeolaL)
Each oltlsen of the United States,
under an equal division, would have
$.14.85, the, per capita circulation on
October 2, according to the circula
tion" statement of the Treasury De
partment. The totsl money In circu
lation amounted to $3,242,182,715. an
Increase over tho preceding month,
when It was $3,228,913,634. On Octo
ber 1, 1910, the money In circulation
WEEKLY C.NTEhPRISC ESTABLISHED I5GG , ,
- .OREGON CITY, OUECjON, FKIDAV, OCTOBER 6, 1911.
PART OF FLETANCHOREO IN
HARBOR AND NEW BOM.
BATTUSfilP REPORTED DESTROYED
Germany Favora Adoption Of Ultima
turn Of Italy, But England
Holda Out For Turk
- LONDON, Oct. 5. Tho Italian fU
floats over Bullanla fort at TrlHll,
which is occuped by landing paitltM
Part of the fleit la anobored tn Uio
harbor and tho o'her warships He a
short distance from tho dlaman'ltd
According to a Constantinople re
port, tha Italian warships bombard 3 1
Benghazi and Derna today.
(tumors of a flavul engagement In
Turklah waters, of en attack against
Mytlleno and of the blowing up of the
Italian battleship Conte do Cavlour at
Tripoli have not been confirmed fro.a
A reiMirt Is curiam from Constanti
nople that while Germany favora tuo
adoption of tho Italian ultimatum t
tho basis of poaco negotiations, Great
Britain proposes liat Tripoli shall be
come a privileged tributary Turkish
vlllayet. under Jnnt Turklsh-Itallo J
administration, tnus retalntng the
suieralnty of tho Sultan.
SHOW BIG INCREASE
Sheriff Mass na filed his seml-au-mini
report of tax collections with tho
County ' Clerk. The report snows
that $72,163.57 has been collected
since March 31. The. total collectioia;
Including penalties and fees. Is (,,
949.44. This amount Is nearly 25 pet
cent larger than tnat "collected .ast
The temarkablo art of the report
is that It shows a 25 per cent Increase
In the total amouut collected with a
33 per cent reduction tn the sheriff's
FINEST SOIL IN CLACKAMAS COUNTY
Wo have 24 tracts of land containing from one to' six acroo each,
beautifully located within no-half mile of tho corporate Umlta of Orea"
City, with excellent view of tho surrounding country. Tho grade of tho
Clackamas Southern Railway pompany has boon completed through the
original farm and a forty-foot roadway paaBss esch tract. The man who
depends on his Isbor for his livelihood should have land enough to raise
his own fruit and vogstablos and thereby save a largo part of his earn
ings. Those' tracts are sold at rosso nablo, rates and on easy payments.
This Is not a rosl estate boom but an opportunity for a man to
get a homo near town, conveniently located and with sufficient space
about his home to raise his own fruit and vegetables , "
AH of this soil Is rich and productive and frso from rock snd gravel.
G. B. DIMICK
WW III i I
FULL DINNER PAIL
STOLEN BY TRAMPS
Workmen employed by C. C. Bab-
cock, street commissioner, In build
ing tho sidewalk along Singer hill,
ha 4 an' encounter with two tramps
Thursday aftemooij, and as a result.
Alonzo wicsDam, one oi iuo ui
men. lost his dinner pall containing
his noon meal., Wlckham having bad
presentiment that he was going to
bo robbed of hla lunch watched the
pail carefully. When he saw a man
walkinc awsr with It, and another In
the act of taking the lunch basket of
Lee French, who U slso employed m
building the sldewsik. be and French
gave chase. .The man who stole
French's basket wss so bard pressed
he dropped' tbo lunch, but the other
one clung to Wlckhsm's pall.
RUNAWAY ON BRIDGE
The lives of a score of persons
peroVlm periled Thursday afternoon
when a team of horses attached to a
wagon belonging to Everhart A Hall,
grocetjs. ran away on 8oventh street
and itt'a rapid rale of sped started
to cross the suspension bridge. A
number of persons were crossing tho
structure when the team dashed upon
the approach. Several pedestrians
Cllnrbed upon the railings and others
ran behlng posts. Tbo frenxled ani
mals, however, had gone only a ,few
yards on the structure when one of
the wheels of the wagon cought In the
railing and tho horsa were thrown.
The right front foot of ono caught In
the railing but tho animal was not
seriously Injured. The tongue or the
nrairnn 111 broken and one of the
wheels was damaged.
GOVERNOR TO SEND CONVICTS
HERE TO WORK ON ROADS.
SALEM. Or.. Oct. 5 Governor
We"t-nnrniv.!t cl today that he wwil
give Marlor county the rest of this
week f k-teiws.ne whether it wishes
to use convicts for roaa purpone.. "
If it fails to acquiesce, all chance for
tho use of convtcta on road work in
this county will be gone.
eclackamas county. I understand.
U practically ready to go ahead and
convicts will bo Mirtbm rt
time th-y are des'.ied, said the gov
Room 3. Andresen Budding,
LOCAL LIBRARY IS PRAISED BY HER
Ropresontativf Of State Commlaslon
Explaina Work That la Bslng
Accomplished Schools And -Granges
-The best books for boys and girls.
In the language of an Immortal bard,
"Aye, there's tbo rub." That Is, it Is
to f'o ordinary person, but to Miss
Helen T. Kennedy, visiting librarian
of the State Library Commission, who
delivered a lecture at tbo Oregon City
Library Thursday afternoon, it Is an
easy matter. This versatile young
woman has made a study of books
for the . young folk and she 4tnows
Miss Kennedy bad Just finished Tr
lecture and waa artanging twenty
Ove or thirty volumes on arable wbeu
a Morning Enterprise "reporter was
presented. Sbe handled the books an
tenderly as If Siey were her kltb and
kin. Tbo 'first tbtng that Impressed
the Interviewer was that ho was not
only In the presence of one who
thoroughly understood her business,
but that she liked her business; that
she was firmly Impressed with tbo
Idea that there was no other busi
ness JusLjLke it or nearly so Import
Ant. Best .Book Is a Collection.
"What la tbo boat one book for a
child, if conditions aro such It may
have only one" -she said, repeating a
question asked her.
"Well now, that's a pretty difficult
question. You know there aro o
many good books. But If a child is
to bo allowed only ono book, I would
suggest this volume."
Miss Kennedy held out a largo book,
and the reporter read on the cover,
"The Chlldrens "Book. It Is a col
lection trom various juvenile and oth
er works by Horace E. Scudder.
Then Miss Kennedy called . atten
tion to other books for children. Just
as she bad done at the lecture, which
was heard by several hundred fath
ers and mothers, who. If they caught
the spirit of the lecturer and un
questionably tbey did will busy
themselves .today In purchasing all
kinds of lore for their children. All
kinds... No not all kinds, but the
kinds recommended by tbla expect.
who is doing a mighty goodorork.
Libraries Are Aided.
Miss Kennedy received her training
at the University of Illinois and waa
employed for several years in tho
Library School at tbo Training Uni
versity. Her work consists oi visit'
ing the teschers' institute, grange;
and schools, suggesting books to be
purchased and giving other assist
ance. She assists in arranging li
braries in towns and cities and keeps
tn close touch with tho libraries In
the state. She also trlea to encourage
dealers to handle certain books.
The State Library Commission
lends books to schools, granges and
towns desirous of establishing librar
ies. Fifty volumes aro sent twice a
month. The Idea is to encourage the
establishment of libraries, and the
desired effect Is being accomplished.
Miss Kennedy praised the manage
ment of tbo local library for Its ef
ficient work, and declared tho excel
lent support It Is receiving is unusuaL
The attendance of from sixty to 103
persons dally she thought was fine.
VIOLA FISCHER AND
ELMER ERICKSON WED
A pretty wedding was solemnized
Thursday nt noon at the home of Mr.
and Mrs.. Fred Erlckson 711 Jackaoi
street when Miss VJola Fischer of
Liberal became the wife or Mr. Elmor
Erlckson of Mullno. The' ceremony
was performed by Justice of the Peace
Samson.. The decorations wore very
artistic, being In pink and white rosos
The bride, who Is the daughter or
Mr. and Mrs. Fischer, of Liberal. I J
well known and highly respeciod
young' woman. She was attired ln a
traveling suit of blue and carrlod
white roses. Her bridesmaid, Mlo3
Pearl Erlckson, sister of the brld9
groom, wore light blue. The grooms
man was Henry Fischer, brother of
the bride.- After - the ceremony a
repast wss 'served by Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Erlckson left on the
afternoon train for Portland, anil
from that city will take a trip down
tho Columbia River. Upon their ie
turn they will live at Liberal, wbi
they have rented a farm from the
bridegroom's fathea The bridegroom
Is ono of tho well-known young farm
ers of that section of the county, and
he and his bride have a host of
friends tn that vicinity.
..Fresh boiled crsbs, O'ympla oyst-
ore direct from tho shell. 8slmon,
Hslibut, Shrimp, etc. The finest
stock snd quality.
Macdonald's Fish Market
Next to Wells Fargo.
OLYMPrA OYSTERS OUR
QUEEN VICTORIA OF SPAIN.
Prinoe Jaime, Her Saoond Son,
Who la Dt.f, la en Her Right.
The last of the series of five dances
of the Willamette Club Thursday
night nt Busch's Hall paved tho way
for reorganization of tho club for this
winter, and insured the continuation
of the happy social events that have
been tho source of unalloyed pleas
ure during the past season. Tho club's
managing committee plans to Intro
duce bridge tables in the next series.
so that there will be amusement for
those who dance only occasionally.
All the dancing parties that pre
ceded Thursday night's affair were
uniformly successful, and the finale
of tbo series waa especially brilliant.
Popular numbers followed eacnotner
In mi Irk urcoaainn and tha Portland
orchestra was at its best Fruit punch
was served. Among those present
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde O. Huntley, Dr.
and Mrs. Carl Herbert Melssner, Mr.
and Mrs. John F. Clark, Mr. and Mra.
Edward T. Fields, Dr. and Mrs. Hugh
Stevens Mount, Mrs. Wayne Howard,
Dr. Clyde Mount, Roswell L Holman,
Mrs. Nleta Barlow Lawrence, Miss
CIs Barclay Pratt, Miss Katneiine
Montgomery. Una K.- Jones. Marshall
J. Lazelie. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wallace
Cole. Mr. and Mra. Fred C Gadke.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Avlson. William
L Mulvey. Miss Alice Shannon, Mr.
and Mrs. Bert T. McBaln, Mr. and
Mrs. E. Kenneth Stanton. R. C. Par
ker, Miss Mary Ellen Long. Miss
Beryl Long, Jack R. Caufield, Mr. and
Mra. Frank Busch, Miss Nettle Krose.
Lee J. Caufield. Mr. and Mrs. John
Adams. Oscar Woodfin. Mr. and Mra.
Walter Wentworth, Mr. and Mra. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hendrlc, Mr.
and Mrs. E. C. Greenman, Miss Eliza
beth Gallogly. Miss Sedonla Shaw,
Carlton Hudson, James Fanning. Sain
Arnold. Miss Maud Gallogly, Carl A. I
Schram, Edward Busch, Miss Anna
Tolpolar, Mr. Brown, Henry Mont-j
gomery, Harry Gordon, Lionel Gor-1
don. Miss Breyster, Charles W. Pope,
Percy Caufield, Miss Almle" Bollack,
Miss Ruth Brightbill. Miss Madge!
Brigntbill, Mr. and Mra. William A.
Showman, Miss Rose Jusllp.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Osmund,
Miss Edna Caufield, Mr, and Mrs. A.
A. Price, William B. Howell, Harry
E. Draper, Miss Wynn Hanny, Miss
Nleta Harding. Mr. and Mrs. Edward
E. Brodle, Miss Helen Daulton. Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Wells, John Busch,
Miss Clara Fields, Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Howell, Mr. and Mra. Henry O'Mal
ley. Miss Margaret Brown, Philip J.
Slnnott. Miss Katheiine Slnnott, Rhea
Cole, Miss Ana Alldredge, Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur C. Warner, Mr. and Mrs.
George Hanklns, Mr, and Mrs. Morti
mer D. Latourette. Miss King, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry S. Moody, Miss Eulalio
Six Per Cent Semi-flnnual
Interest Coupon Bonds. .
. THE CLACKAMAS SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY Is now
offering to our homo people Its first mortagage 6 per cent semi-annual
Interest coupon bonds, and as the bonds are limited "to ties, rolls and
equipment and all other work, such as grading and bridges, are paid
for by stock subscriptions, the bonds issued by this compsny are ftrst-
el,M- .Vrju-. '
. These" bonda aro Issued In tho following denominations, via.:
$100, $500, $1,000. ' u
The Clackamas Southern Railwsy Compsny offers the following
reasons why thess bonds should bo sold In Oregon:
FIRST It Is an Oregon enterprise and owned by Oregon people.
SECOND Tho country traversed by this line Is thickly popu
Isted and has freight and passenger traffio In sight to make It tho best
paying road In Oregon for Its tenth. .
THIRD The best buslnsss men and farmer n tho County aro
stockholders In this road and authorized tho Issue of these bonds at tho
stockholders' meeting by unanimous vote.
FOURTH These bonds draw per cent Interest and the holder
'gets his Interest twice each year. , - -. .
. , Call on or addroas, , ,' '
G. B. DIMICK
Secrciorv C. S. Ry. Co.
The only dally nowepapee fc. "
twee Portland and Sale; trot. e .
latee In ovary oootlon of Cloak e .
. mao County, with a population of
30.000. Aro you an advortloort '
Ikk Wwek, 10 Cents
IS BEING PUSHED
CLACKAMAS SOUTHERN HAS
LARGEST FORCE SINCE WORK
- ' i
PORTLAND CAPITALISTS SEEK EC.'S
Management, However, Expects Local
Investors To Tsko Thorn
Big Trsstlo Wilt Soon
j ' " Bo Finished.
G. B. Dlmlck, secretary of tho
uiacaamas uontneru naiiwaj mur
pany, announced Thursday thai tbo
I ft MAa tlnite til A T-rt-
uii n v " " - .
Ing was started, was at work now on
tho road. One crew is working from
Molalla to Mullno, and it is believed
that the grading between these points
will bo finished In thirty days.
. Other crews are working from Mu
llno and Beaver Creek toward this .
city and are. making remarkable pro
gress, and still anpther crew is work
ing from this city toward Newell
Creett: rls thought " that the big -trestle
here will be completed in two ,
or three weeks.
The demand for the bonds, which
will be sold to raise money with
WDicn io miuB me miw -
stock, la unusually good, and It Is
believed that the moot of them will?
be bought by residents of this county. "
Capitalists In Portland are eager for
the bonds, but It is the desire of the
management to sell them to local In
' The bonds aro fssued tn denomina
tions of 1100. 500 and 11.000. and
draw six per cent interest, payable
semi-annually. Sufficient money Has
been subscribed for jtvck to do all
the grading and bffjl fh trestles, .
.which Is regarded "Dy financiers as
more than sufficient guarantee for the
bond. Judging by the present rate
of progress the road should be lu op-
oration to huuiii wiuuu utv v . .
montna. . ,
SOLDIER SHOOTS LOOTER.
AUSTIN, Pa.. Oct 6. Summary
vengeance r. iaken todoy noon ti
negro looter of todies of victims of
the disaster ' nero He was ca -jtU'
robbing the corpse of a woman nd
the soTdlo' " h fo-.rd him shot him
on the sik)--. Twu farmeM. Klijah
Prondy tn'tt- O." Bay lees, wh ilve
near here, '.w bo Incident and their -versions
Our greatest clubbing offer. Tho
Morning Enterprise by mall and tho
Weekly Oregonlan, both until Novem
ber 1. 1912. for only 23. Offer closes
October 31. 191L f
A GAY TIME IN WASHIMO-
THE CLOWN'S BABY
THE FLAG XTHAT
These are all good picture,
but 'don't taKo my word for It,
see for yourself.. ( -
I THE GRAND