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T WlATHKR INDICATIONS. 4
I Oregon City Sunday fitlr and
wurmaf; waaterly wind.
I or'gn Sunday fair, warmer
s im..rlnr portion.
VOL II No. 01.
SCHOONER DRIFT FIVE DAY! AT
mercy or wind and crew
VESSEL STRUCK BY OFF-SHORE GALE
Heroic Effort of Man on Craft lava
Tham From Slow Death
Water Caeke Swept
Away by Storm.
ArfTOIlIA, Or.. Oct. J4- After hav
i,. vona nvo daya without water, dur
ln which lima their waterlogged and
dismasted vessel drirted More a
heavy gale, CapUln A. W. Svensou,
Hrt Officer William Brown and alov
tu im-inhera of tha craw of the erboon
r William Nottingham -reached port
tut, today aa paaeengere ou tha HrK
Ub biMiuer David Evans. Saptalu
Hsimdfis. bound In ballast from Kob,
The schooner Wllllatn NotlluKbam
Im a complete loaa, and la adrift In the
latitudes north and weal of Ibe-UMmth
of th t'olumlila Hlver. and a derelict
ineinirlng all shipping.
tiliu sailed from Aaturla October 2,
Ihj I lor Celiac, Hani, with over
l.Ooo.ono feet of lumbar aboard, loaded
at I'ortlund and river polnta.
Onlv Incomplete detail of lha wreck
nd BufTvrtnc of lha eurvlvora la U be
had the schooner David Kvaua lying
iii quarantine., to wblch aha wa towed
1 tlie Port of, Tort land tug Wallula.
Captain 'gasou!. and with alt cum
muiilcatlon, except wtrloe, being pro
hlbtind by quarantine regulatloua.
Three daya after leaving Aalorla.
tha Nottingham ran Into a fJerca off
dhure gale before whic h aha waa car
r'.ed for three daya. In a waterlogged
condition, . aa the reeuU of aprlnglng
a IfHk on the afternoon of October t,
l he vessel became almoat uumnnagn-
1,1. On October f tha aavara wind
and ln-avy running aeaa dlautaeied bar.
The foremoat waa left aUndlng, but
thrhravy anaa and the angle of lb
Krar put the ahlp beybuif all control
ii. ii.iuiiin tha aallev and wa
if rank, wera awaiK away, and lha
ofTirrra and crew wera left at the.
mercy of tba gala.
LISBON. Oct. 14 K la reported
here thai part of the Monarcblat com
mand lift Zerra da Norda and retreat
ed Into Bpaln. where they were rein
forced and again entered Portugueae
territory near Cerglrel. about twelve
miles from Chavea. Tha reinforced
column aggregated atxut 1.600 men.
It la rumored that a fight took place
hint nlKht In, which tha Royallita bus
talned heavy loaaea and were forced
to retreat. Detalla of thla engagement
are not obtainable. The Republicans
have four batterlea of heavy artillery
at ir.rra Am Hilar and tmirh Bumrlie
hut been caused lhat they wera nevew
hruiiKtit Into action againai tne mou
Patronize our advertlaera.
Carus Jersey 4 . Dairy
THANKS TO COLUMBUS.
Ha discovered .a pleasant spot for
"cut down aoma traaa, and etarted
things by teaching tha flrat Indiana
une Qioinee rv7 - - - -
in the elothlnn huelnaaa almost 420
yrs behind hla time but Just 420
yssrs and than aoma ahead In style
BUlta n4 k. I la.l.ia anrf ClothcrSfl
In all tha new fsbrlces, $12-50
How about our L System Overcoat
r BIlD-on. Tha weather man calls
for one 12.Bo to J0.00.
Price Bf others
Not Like Othere.
6th and Main Sa.
N. B. For tha coming aoclal season
n L System full draaa ault la proper
CHARLES MERRILL WED
Miss Certrude Ruhl. daughter of
Mr. and Mra. HenryRuhl,' of Gretih
iii), waa married Saturday afteruonn
at tha Baptlal paraonage, to Mr.
Charlea Merrllirof Portland. Rev. S.
A. llayworth, paator of the Jlapllst
lhurch officiating. . .Tha bride la the
jiltme of E. P. Elliott, of this city, and
the ceremony waa wltneaaed by Mtaa
Vada Elliott and Babe Elliott, of thla
The bride la an accomplished young
woman, and hua vlalted the Klllott
family on many occasions and baa
made many frlenda here. She la one
of Uresham'a popular young women.
The bridegroom in manager 01 me
Packard Motor Company. . Mr. ana
Mra. Merrill will go to Bend Tuesday
In iholr lama automobile. TheV left
on Saturday evening train for Salem,
where they will remain unui men-
LAND HELD '40 YEARS
An Illustration of how land values
v...,. ir.niMil In rlnrkamaa county
la tha aala by George A. Harding of
forty acrea of timber lwid near High
land, which ha paid liu ror ioriy yer
ago, for $1,800. Tbe purchase price
tt ik an a.-r. and the aelllna price
$iG an 'acre. The land waa bought by
Eugene Cumlna. The taxes and other
expenaea on the land have been small,
.n aiiHoiiirh - Mr.- Ilardlna bad his
money tied up ror a long time me m
vestment waa a fine ona.
WOODMEN WILL GIVE
BIG MINSTREL SHOW
a. . maatina- nf tha Woodmen of
the World at lha Woodmen nan rn
uny - . m
j ... .nin. it waa nnciaea lo kits
minstrel show ai tne eniveiy uvi
.. na aariv nart of November.
There Is aome excellent talent In tnia
city, and aoma or tne dpbv 'R"'"i
comedluna and dancera here will be
on the program, mere wo. .o
orchestra of Oregon Uiy musici..a.
There la no doubt there win u.
crowded house, aa thla will be the
first minstrel ahow given here by
home talent for aome time.
X L CLUB PLANS BIG J
The X. L Club, of Gladstone, haa
resumed Its work for the season, and
the flrat meeting waa held at the
Gladstone echool-house Friday after
noon. Offlcere were elected aa fol
io wa: President. Mra. Eatella Mo
Oetchle; vice president, Mra. T. K.
Gault; aecretary. Mra, Homer Rock
well; treaaurer. Mra Will Joonaon.
Five new membera . were received.
They are Mra R. Steadmaa, Mra.
David Catton, Mrs. Fred Smith, Mra.
Duan anil Mra. MOITel.
A aoclal meeting- will be' held at the
achoolhouae on the arternoon oi
l niana for tha winters
oer ai " v ---- -- , ,
work will be discussed., Mlse Ullan
Tingle, of Portland, win lecture u
domeatlo aclence before the club. The
i..w kaiai a la rCPah bTIAITI herahln. and all
C1UD UM ' .
the memhera are active worker. A
library for the achool will be obtained,
by the women, and aociala and enter
talnmenta will be given thia winter to
UIIA w . .
-p.. tha iimum ol muni
YORK COMING WINTER
WEEKLY CNTCrPRISC ESTABLISHED I 300
OREGON CITY, OREGON, SUNDAY, OCTOBER
"WELL, I'LL BE JIGGERED!"
IL . JOHN G. A. LEISHMAN. -j
Ambassador ta Italy, Who Hs
BACK AFTER LONG
Bert Staata, aon of Chief Deputy
Shell ft i. O. Staata, haa returned from
a lift) mile trip horseback through
Oregon and Washington. The young
man waa gone five montha and he
saw the territory traversed by him
thoroughly. He earned enough work
ing for farmera to pay all hla ex
penses. Mr. Staata declares that he
had a delightful time, and he ta plan
ning taking a atmilar trip next year.
Our greatest clubbing offer. Th."
Morning Enterprise by mall and th
Weekly Oregonlan, both until Novem
ber 1. 1912. for only $3. Offer .close
October 31, 1911.
FINEST SOIL IN CLACKAMAS COUNTY
We have 24 tracta of land containing from on t six acrea each,
beautifully located within one-half mile of the corpora llmlta of Oregon
City, with excellent view of th surrounding country. Th grade of th
Clackama Southern Railway Company haa been computed through th
original farm and a forty-foot roadway passes each tract. Tha man who
depends on his labor for hla livelihood ahould hav land enough to ralaa
hi own fruit and vgtablee and thereby save a large part of hi arn
Inga. . .: ' t ,
, The tracta are aold at reaonabl ratea and on eaay payments.
' .. r
This la not a real estate boom but an opportunity for a man to
get a home near town, conveniently located and with eufflclent apace
about hla home to ralaa his' own fruit and vegetable
AM of this soil I rich and productive and free from rock and gravel.
BEAVERS WIN AND
SO DO VILLAGERS
LOS ANGELES. Oct. 14. (Spec
ial.). Portland won today from the
Angeles, 3 , to. 2. The newa of Ver
nnn'a victory did not have a disheart
ening effect on the Beavera, for they
believe they have the pennant won.
. Halla waa out to set revenue for
ttta tHmmina- Vtven him bv the Beav
era laat Tuesday, but It waa not on tha
carda for tba Angelee,and .Portland
maintained the lead in tna race to me
cloae. Koeatner waa found several
tlmea for hard hits, but hla outfield
aunrmi-t came to, hla rescue on sev
eral occasions,, and . by pulling off
fancy catche ; or preventing extra
banes on alvea past the infield, they
saved ona or more runs at critical in-
atancea. . ;
Pacific Coaat League.
Portland 3. Ua Angelea Z
Vernon 13, Oakland 8.
8an Francisco 8, Sacramento 4.
Portland 10" 7
Vernon H3 84
Oakland 108 93
Saii FranclHco 90 108
Sacramento .... 88 107
Loa Angeles 79 III
OVER GTOL ROUTES
Colonel B. Hoger. editor and owner
of the Capital Journal, of Salem, made
an examination Saturday of the pro
posed east side routee for the canal
around he Falls. He will make a
report to the Salem Board of Trade
which Is Interested In having free
locks. After hla Investigation he aald
that the property Intereata at atake
were so large that he could not un
derstand how the realdenta of Oregon
City could even contemplate having
the canal and locka on thla aide.
G. B. DIMICE
, Room 3, Andrcscn Bolldlng
SAILOR HOT SLAYER
OF HILL FAMILY
BOYS ADMIT CONCOCTING STORY
IN HOPE OF OBTAIN
MASS SKEPTICAL FROM BEGINNING
Hobo Lads Whan Subjected To
Searching Examination Become
Confuaed, and Finally
Sheriff Maaa,who returned from
Portland late Saturday night, said that
tbe case agalnat Richard Leopold
Holmberg, tbe Swedish Bailor, the sus
pect In tba HU1 tragedy had fallen
ffaL It la believed that the boy hobos,
Jamea Hawkina and Harry Howard,
tbe accusers, concocted tha story that
led to Holmberg'a arrest In order to
get the reward offered for the capture
of tba slayer of tbe Hills. Sheriff
Maaa baa-never tielieved-tha- tale-told
by tba boys.
District Attorney Stipp, of Clacka
mas county, who accompanied tba
boya on tbe trip to Ardenwald and
listened to an extended croae-examin-atlon
of Howard, said no complaint
would be Issued against Holmberg, aa
he agreea with the officers that tba
atory of the boya la a "frame-up."
Detective L L. Levlnga conducted
tbe examination of Howard, and tbe
seventeen-year-old bo bo quickly . fell
Into a maaa of contradictions, strange
rnrrotfulnesa and manifest . falsehood
that all hope of aolving the atrocious
crime at Ardenwald through Howara
and bia companion, Hawkina, became
Although pretending to have lived In
Portland nearly all the time for the
greater part of four years, Howard
waa unable to give a single aaareaa
of places where be baa stayed or
where he haa worked. Nor could he
numhw tha name of the town In
New Jersey where he aaya he waa
res red oy an oia du buu uuiu xuu
taught ilm tn atnal. He could not re-
momhar tnalr namea. In Portland he
stopped for a month or two on the
East Side with a Mra. Schmidt, he
aiH hut h riid not know the atreeL
Howard, who la not so Intelligent aa
Hawkina, freely admitted that be-ead
Hawkina had planned to deliver Holm
kar. in tha officers and divide the
reward. He said he waa going to put
t.ia nart nf tha monev In the govern
ment aavlnga bank at Albany. Or, and
bxn it ihsra until ha waa twenty-one.
when he would buy a cattle and dairy
farm and lead an honest me.
Lydiii E. Yoder, daughter of Mr. and
Mra M Yodnr. Molalla avenue, was
marrlt Saturday nlebt to Ernest J
McNeelan. of Portland, by the Rev.
J. R. Landsborough. of the Flrat Prea-
Dr. F. A. Multbauf, of Portland, waa
best man and Misa Mary Wolte, also
of Portland, waa bridesmaid. The
bride was dressed in white silk poplin
nrf xan-iail a shower bouauet of
brlde'a rosea and the bridesmaid waa
dressed in pink silk poplin and car
ried pink carnauona uonengrui
ariHinir march waa played by Mlaa
laf a1 1 1 am. a Ward ffrtpH
The rooms were beautifully decor-
atod with Orea-on grape ana autumn
leaves and the ceremony waa per-
hll of chrysanthuma
asters and rosea. The Impressive ring
ftAi-amnnv waa used.
The bridegroom la a young business
man r Portland and tbe bride is one
of Oregon Clty'a moat eatlmable young
women. The young coupie ion im
mHistDlv after the reremonv for Port
land where they will make their
home. An elegant wedding supper
waa served. Many present were re
Thnaa nmnent were Mr. and Mrs,
v,uinr K-raH Walter and Robert Yo
der. Mr. and Mr. C H. McNeelan,
u.m M.Naolan Mr. and Mrs. r'. A.
Anderson. Mr. and Mra. Elwood
Clarke, Mr. and Mra. Pete Rober, Jose
phine Morris, Mr. O. F. Antonaen, Mr.
and Mra. J. 1 Swafford, Mr. George
Oaborne, Mlsa Viola Bauman, Miss
M. H. Becker, Mls8 Maryan Rober,
Mlsa Loulla Rober, Mia Margaret
Howataon. Miss Anna Keil. Mlaa
Nellie Swafford, Mis Marie Wolfle.
Mr. G. S. Howerton, Mr. Harold Swafford,-Mr.
A. F. Booth and Dr. F. A.
Mullhauf. .... .
BABY. PRONOUNCED DEAD,
CRIES AT UNDERTAKER'S
EVERETT, WaBh., Oct 14. After
two doctor had pronounced the child
dead and it had been conveyed by an
undertaker In hla basket to hi ahop
with little to keep it warm. Mra.
Maulsby, who happened In, noticed
that the child moved, and called her
husband's attention to it. noon tne
rhlM started to cry ana in a anon
time 'waa ver much alive.
..Fresh boiled eraba, Olympla oyt
r direct from th hell. 8almon,
Halibut, 8hrmp, etc The flneat
atock and quality.
Macdonald's Fish HarKct
Next to WH rargo.'
OLYMPIA OYSTERS OUR
UP HALF MILLION
CLACKAMAS COUNTY SHOWS RE
MARKABLE GAIN SINCE
1910 SUMMARY. -
BOARD OE EQUALIZATION TO MEET
Railroad, Telegraph and Telephone
Lines Fixed By State at 13.15V
617 Valuation of Tillable
' The summary of the assessment roll
of Clackamas county, made public Sat
urday by County Aaaesaor J. E. Jack,
ahowa an Increaaed valuation over
im nf isr.n 400. The cross value of
all property la $21,630,510, and in 1910
It waa f Zl,usu,x. Tne report aaowa
that there are 97,211.49 acrea of tilla
ble land and S28.0C3.15 acrea of non-
tillable land in the state.
The County Board of Equalization,
consisting of the County Judge, tbe
rv.nni f'lorU and tha r.ountv Aaaesaor
will hold Its first session tomorrow to
hear complaints against assessments.
The board will be In aeaalon one
month. Following are the valuations
oi the assessor:
Acrea of tillable land 97,
2U.49 $ a.759,470
Acrea of non-tillable landa
Improvementa on deeoed or
Town and city lota and plat
ted acreage ,
Improvementa' on town and
city, lota ,
Milea of railroad bed, "log
ging road," 1.50
SUtlonary enginea, manu
facturing machinery . ...
Merchandise and stock in
Farming implements, wag
ons, carriages, etc
Money, notea and accounta.
(Continued o page 2.)
: (A Genuine Western Comedy.)
(A Faithful Study of i
Western . Type.)
(Kids Keep thing going lota of
Six Per Cent Semi-Arinual
Interest Coupon Bonds. ,
THE CLACKAMAS 80UTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY la now
offering to our home people Ita flrat mortagage 6 par cant eml-annual
Interest coupon bonds, and aa the bonda are limited to tlea, rail and
equipment and all other work, auch aa grading and bridge, are paid
for by atock eubecrlptlone, h bond Issued by thla company are flrat
class. - .- . " - '
These bonds are Issued In the following' denomlnatlone, viz.:
$100, 1500, $1,000. M
The Clackamaa Southern Railway Company offer th following
reasons why these bonds ahould be sold In Oregon; .
FIRST It la an Oregon enterprise and owned by Oregon people.
SECOND The country traversed by thla line la thickly popu
lated and haa freight and passenger traffic In eight to make It th beat
paying road In Oregon for Ita lanth. . , , .
THIRD The bat business men and farmer in th County are
stockholder In thia road and authorised the laaue of these bonda at the
stockholders' meeting by unanimous wot.
FOURTH These bonds draw par ent Interest and th holder
gate hla Intereet twice each yr.
Call on er addraaa, . ,", '
Secretory C. S. Ry. Co.
e Th only dally newspaper h 4
4 tweet Portland and katam; eireav
lataa In every eectlon ef Clasks-
mii County, with a population af
aO.OOO. Are you an advartlaarf
Pa West 10 Cejtm
BENDER -HAS SHADE ON "MATTY.''
IS NOT SO GOOD.
ELEVEN KEW YORKERS STRZE COT
Widely Breaking Curve of Phlladel
phia Twirter Fatal To Mo
G raw's Man Score .
la 2 To 1.
NEW YORK, Oct 14 la the pres
ence of what probably waa tbe great
eat throne; of baseball enthuslaata
ever gathered together, tbe National
League pennant winners, tbe New
York team, defeated the American
f .1.1. tu. PhllaAlnhla
aggregation, 2 to 1. In the flrat gam
of tbe eeriea for the world'a baseball
championship of 1911 at the - PcOo
Grounds. Tbe battle waa bard fought
throughout, with tbe ' final ' honors .
doubtful until near the end --
Tbe National commission announo-'
ed that 38.281 persons had paid ad-
mlsalon to witneaa the contest, and
that the groee receipts were $71,359.
From an artistic point of view the- ,
game was ordinary- and there were
scarcely any difficult chances or op
portunities for sensational play a atxh
aa frequently bring a crowd to its .
Ieet. It was a, piicutna vbiwv ivm
.Inning to Inning, ; with tbe Indian
itender. bavlnr a ahade the better of
It tn the early part of the conteaL Hla '
auperbly breaking curraa went with
blinding apeed over tbe plate, and
eleven New Yorkers, unable to fathom
hla aervtce, atruck out . . S ' ,'
The Chippewa fanned Snodgraaa, -Merkle,
Fletcher and Mathewaon twice
each, while Devore. Murray and Her
sog awnng fuUlely at the ball onoe
each. Doyle and Meyera were hla only
opponents not retired on atrikea
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