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I WEATHER INDICATIONS.
Oregon City Tuesday, rain and
.iM.lfri easterly wind y -
, ()rKu Tutjr llr; rain
t northwest portion. . ..
The only dally newspaper k
e twaan Portland and Salem) elr
lata In every action ef Claeka-
maa County, with population af
0.000. Ara you an advertiser? e
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1560
OREGON CITY, OREGON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1911.
Pis Wkx, 10 Cfctro
IS HARD TO GET
rlRST-TALKMAN LIT QO AND
OTHER MEN EXAMINED MAY J
MANY QUESTIONS ASKED BY LAWYERS
proa"" 8,ow ln 0r Oynam,t
Cit And Jury May Not Ba
Oblamad For Daya Oar
row la' Active.
ANGELES, Oct. 10. When
HitniiiKty caught In Ha first big snag,
ihr M N.uimrn murder trial In an In
........ i.. i,.v twisted Itself out of a sit-
i,,ti mhlch had worried opposlng
rouViM'l Hlnra last Wednesday, and for
(Ho n mitliiUr of Ilia day at least went
Could you ai'l MHltle your opinion
mifiirlti.ily to enable you to give a
filr mid .Impartial verdlctf waa the
OPENING 'OF THE FOOTBALL SEASON IN THE MEDITERRANEAN.
If JmlKf llordwell, supplementing Hit
mrlur .minimal Ion by Clarence 8.
imnow. tliUf of rmineel for James II.
MrNitiiiiirn. who Is on Irlal for the
mtirrivr of Charles J. lUKgerty. a iiim
(hlnlHi. klllvd In i tin ls Angeles
1 1tio-x ciploKlon a yiar ego.
Ni-ltmi bnd -n aaked many hun
qrc'l of questions to elicit bit view,
ml luil answered all of them without
rleming "I' ba altuatmn.
"I don't Just know," be replied to
thin our. and In an Infttant IXntrX t At
nrny Frederick, for tha state, with
drew oiKnltlun to a c-hallnfte pre
lMily made by tha defense on bis
riiuiii f Maa.
H the rimraa of Nebum's lengthy ex-
munition ha had aald ha believed the
Tlinr building waa blown up ly dyna
mite, and that ha had an opinion con-
rrriilitK the guilt or Innocence of Mc-L Much. Interest la lielng manlfesied
INTEREST GROWS IN
BIG LYCEUM SERIES
both Ihnt Ihp Tlma waa blown up by
inn. Mid that McNamara haa an alibi,
ilixxt opinion wara aitramoly dla
laaloful to It.
Whi-n court cloaad today Nln waa
mi hU way noma, and two other talaa
men Inid bprn aiamlnad by tha d-u-ni
t)n of ttiain. John W. Rolxrta,
a r-l imaia daalr, waa found aatli
fiu-lory, and Robert V. llain. a carpan
In thf lyreum aerlea to be .tv'n In
llila tlty thla winter, aud It la beller
ed that thara will ba an unprecedented
attendance uU Thuraday nlnht to
hear Kdmund Vanca Cooke, author and
lecturer. Twenty enterprtalnic Oreicon
City men peraonally guaranteed tha
lyceum bureau aKalnat and thai
their faith waa not ralaplacea la ai
W. S. FIELDING.
Canadian Minilr af Finance,
Who UWorkino For Raoiproeity.
ter. lan waa examined without rala. ready anaured. Mr. t K.ka haa an r.
. .. .v.i i. .... viiiia reiintntlnn uk an entertainer.
IHK hiiv ciniei. . ixeverinripim, ........ ... -- - . .
ibe fulrly neneral opinion tonUbt that
the NdHon caaa would lie duplicated
Mr ii Jury waa secured
init.ii iniMiria that Harrv Thaw'a re
i-e from tha Matteawan Aaylum la
upt-cted within three montha ara de
nM by Dr. Jamea V. May, auiertn
tendent of the Inatltutlon. "l can aay
numt poMltlvely that Thaw will not be
releaned Infore January 1. or for aome
time ufti-r," aald Dr. May.-
m tiH fid nit wiui wIhIic to have a de
llcklful evenluic ahould mlaa hla lec
ture. The etecutlve committee,
which b charae of the aerlea, la
Y Oct l- rer ' composed of J. K. llMuea. prenldent ;
Mra. i.iiiti r.. jouen, itn.
man, O. I. Eby and John W. Ixider.
Ptr.nlI our advartlaera.
Carus Jersey Dairy
HOLD BIG MEETING
A meeting of the poultry raUera of
tha county , will be held at Mount
Pleanant Friday night. A permanent
organization waa effected aoma time
ago, and all the raUera of poultry In
the county ara urged to attend tha
meeting. There la no better county
In Oregon for the poultry Industry
t. r-iaohamaa countv. and It la be-
lleter. by organisation, better results
can. be obtained. It la planned to
have a poultry shown in uregon t i
... .i.. future The association
also will arrange tine dlsplaya for the
State and County Faira next year.
SAYS HUSBAND FLED
WITH THEIR SAVINGS
Manager of the
N e w Y o ft
GIANTS IN SECOND
BAKER'S HOMC RUN OVER FENCE
IN IXTH PUTS M'GRAW'S
MEN TO ROUT.
MARQUARD IS FINALLY TAKEN OUT
plank, Steady All Through Game,
And Allows Only Flva
Hits 30,000 Sea
Fewer remonstrances than ever be
fore on the first day were received by
the Board of Equalization, which con
vened Monday. The board consists
of County. Judge Beatle, chairman;
County Clerk Mulvey, .clerk, and Coun
ty Assessor Jack. The board will be
In aession one month. It la believed
that the assessments this year are
more nearly correct than ever before,
and that complaints will be much
fewer. Assessor Jack ana nis assis
tants hsve done everything possible
to prevent making mistakes, and. It
la thought, tney nave maae iew
any. The gross value of all property
In the county la $21,630,510, which la
an Increaae over 1910 or I550,4uv.
GETS FINE OFFER
There with the good
Alleging that ha drew t50, their
savings, from an Oregon City bank.
August 1. 1911. and fled to Missouri.
leaving her destitute, uevina i...
mA ...ii M.milnv malnst Philip un
du. Mra. Undau asserts tht her
husband waa cruel to her 'eif"
January 1, 1901, and August 1. 1911
They were married July 4. 1890. She
asserts that she was compelled to pay
debts contracted by them after he
left her. Oeorge C. Brownell and
William Stone represent the plaituirr.
Orrlen K. Entrlken sued Louise K.
Entrlken for divorce, alleging that she
neglected her household duties and
associated with other men. He avers
that she frequently returned home lute
Paper Company Sued.
Vernon C. Randolph Monday aued
t..i a. Dinar f'omnany
the Itawiey ri"i
for $51X60 Ha says that ho bought
a claim for thla amount from the
Western Carbonic Acid Oas Company
which sold the defendant company
04.200 pounds magneslta June 24, lu.
SCHMIDT ESTATE ,6Q0-
The estate of John Jcob.8,1hm'd'.
who died September 16. 1911. was
r". m tha County Court
nien ior im""-" ---- - - .
Monday. It la valued at $ .500 Au
gusta Ochs was named adm n stratr lx i.
The relatives of MT. Schmidt llvejn
FORESTERS HAVE FINE DANCE.
The danco given by the Companions
of the Forestera at the Buach Hall,
Saturday night, was largely
. . .Hnkiriit time. ItOWK-
ana an na u" . v i u-a
er's orcheatra, of Portland, furnished
.v- .t , The committee In charge
. .1' rft.H the hall very
nr me eiin ,
prettily with ferna and bright colored
Tha Enterprise haa a position ipen
MR. AND MRS. UPTON ENTERTAIN
Delightful Family Reunion Held at
Pretty Covell Home. .
Mr. und Mra. J. H. Upton, of Oull.
entertained at their pretty home Sun
day at a family reunion, and one of
the features of the afternoon waa the
dinner served by Mra. Upton. The dec
oratlona were very pretty, the living
room and dining room neing decorat
ed with autumn leaves and fall flow
Presont were Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Shaw. Mr. and Mra. Charlea IX La-
touretle, Mra. J. W. Norrls, or Oregon
City; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Latour
ette, Mra. John McQuane; Miss Etta
Upton. George Upton, Miss Etta Oara
ner, Mr. and Mrs. R- O. Scott, James
Upton. Mrs. Minnie Day. of Portland;
Mrs. M. L. Drlggs. of this city; Mrs.
Charles Buchanan, of Cornelius; Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Harding, of this city.
Philip J. Slnnott, bright young
newspaper man of this city, has been
offered a position, wnich prooaDiy ne
-ni .nrent on a naner at Klamath
Falls. However, be haa other offera
and may decide to' remain here or
locate in Portland. He was city edi
tor of a paper In Klamath Falls
for several months and did so
well that he haa had several
offera from there alrree ha left. Mr.
Jrlnnott worked on the Enterprise a
nuniber of , years, and demonstrated
that he thoroughly understood his
business. He is botn an -onice auu
an "outside man.- tf you know what
those terms mean, ir you aon . bsk
-Speed Demon" Charlea Hoyt.
5 COUPLES GRANTED LICENSES.
Marriage licenaea were Issued to the
following Monday: Dorm Woodard and
Thomas Sackett; Rosa-Beck and John
Comer; Ellxabeth Franklin and L. W.
Kellar; Ivy May Webster and C. A.
Robb and Elizabeth Weber and Ed
mond M. J. Herre.
A Clean Oat
Owing to the fact that we are giving up the coat and suit busi
ness, we want to make a quick clean-up. We have taken all the
nien'a sulta and put them ln one lot; some are regular sellers a.
$25 and $30, but you can have your choice at $12.50.. j
Olrra and Misses' Coats that sold as high aa $10, your choice
$2.95. Remember when these are sold you get no more. ,
We have some verjt special values In. dress goods at 65o yard.
Be aure and see our windows.
8AlBE PARK, PHILADELPHIA,
Oct. IS. (Special). One-aolld swat
over the right field fence from Frank
Baker'a war club won the second game
In the worlds championship aerlea
for tha Athletica here today by three
to one from the New York Glanta.
Tha riacldlns- wallon came In the
sixth Inning. Eddie Colllna had poked
one Into the crowa ior two oases, aim
with the acore tied 1 la 1, Baker de
iivararf tha home run. He leaneo
against the ball good and hard ana
as he followed Collins acroaa tne nonit
staid Philadelphia baa seldom seen.
Thirty thousand fans, wno nung,
breathless on the struggle, split tha
air with one roar of Joy. , It waa al1
over, and from that time the Athletica
were never ln danger.
The first run for the Athletics was
made In the first Inning, when Lors
crossed the pan on a wild pitch by
Rube Marquard. ln the second Inning
Oldiing misjudged a double by Her
rog, who scored for New York when
Big Chief Meyers delivered a - nice
clean single. From the start of the
game McGraWa beauty, Marquard,
was wild, ln the middle of the strag
gle he settled down but weakened
again In the eighth when McGraw
Jerked htm out of the box, sending
Crandall to bat Crandall delivered
the goods, but Plank, who was steady
as a rock throughout the game, held
the Glanta hltleaa and the deed waa
Thirty thousand persons nnairy
squeezed Into the park and 5,000 oth
era packed temporary stands and the
roofs of adjoining buildings. The
ground rules agreed upon provided
that a hit Into the crowa anouia go iur
two bases and anything over the fence,
for a home run.
The Athletica made four nlts and
the Glanta Ave.
New York Devore struck out.
Doyle filed out to Lord. Snod grass
was hit by a pitched ball. Murray
drove a lln fly to Collins. No runs.
ihiia,ioiiihla Lord singled to right
and went to second on Murray'a fum-ki-
rvon.lull w armed un for the
Glanta.) Lord took third on Oldrlng a
beautiful sacrifice, Marquara 10 xncr
inrH nrd on a wild patch.
Collins beat out an Infield hit. Mar
quard waa visibly nervous, turner
struck out. Murphy waa the third out
on a fly to Devore. one run.
Second Inning. t -
New York Merkle waa retired
, nnvl Herzoa- drove a dou
ble to center. Oldrlng misjudging the
bait Fletcher waa thrown out, Colllna
to Davla, Herxog taking intra. nerxoB
.h mnntnt later on Mf vers
pretty single. Marquard atrock out
DhiioHoinhia Plantain Davla was re
tired. Doyle to Merkle. Barry drove
a hard fly to leru wnicn
under but muffed. Barry taking sec
ond. Thomas lined a 0y to Devore.
o. nut Mnvara to Merkle, on
a slow grounder towards first. No
runs. - ,
x- vrv rwvore struck out tha
secon4 time during the game. Doyle
filed out to Lord. Snodgrasa slngl ed
to right. Murray waa reiireo. nu
to Davla. No runs.
rt.n.ntnkia i .nrri fanned. Ota
ring lined a foul which Meyers took
care of. Colllnt filed out to Devore.
p ..U Innlnfl.
t vfe Markla thTOWn OUt
n,.nin. tn Fin vl a an a nretty pick-up
i, iiftn a high one to Barry
Fletcher wta thrown out by Barry to
Davis. No runs.
Philadelphia Baker reureu.
to Merkle. Marquard had "teadled
down and waa pitching a splendid
game. Murphy gave Devore an easy
out on a high fly. Davis made the
third out on a rout to mejrn..
Fifth Inning. ci,,.
New York Meyers was out. JJakar
to Davis, on an easy chance. Marquard
fanned on four pitched balls. Devore
:...., for thn third time ln suc
cession. No runs. Up to thla time
Plank had five atrlkeouta and Mar
quard two. . .
Philadelphia Barry bunted and was
thrown ovt by Marquard. Thomas was
thrown out. Fletcher to Merkle. Three
balls disposed of Plank. No runs.
Sixth inning. .
New York uoyie oui i i .
unassisted. Snodgraas singled to left,
and in attempting to stretch It to a
two-bagger, was out to Barry at sec
ond on a beautiful play. Murray
struck out. No runa, .
Philadelphia Lora arove mu
to 8nodgTasa In right center and waa
out. Oldrlng filed out tojllevojrethe
TO BE CONSIDERED
COUNCIL MEETS TONIGHT FOR
DISCUSSION OF NEW SCHEME
KEKBERS FAVORABLE TO CHANGE
Mayor Brownell Suggests Appoint
ment of Committee of Seven
Voters to Have Chance
The City Council will meet tonight
In special aession, which waa called
by Mayor Brownell, to discuss the ad-
vlnnhilltv nf atinolntlna- a rammblBlon
to revlae the city charter so as to
provide for the commission form - of
government It is believed that all
mamhara nf tha council favor the
change. The Mayor will. If tne coun
cil favors tne plan, appoint two mem
bers of the council and five other citi
zens on the commission to revise the
chirttr. Hla Idas, la to elva aa larce
a representation of all classes as pos-
Interviews published, in the Morn
ing Enterprise from time to time Indl
mia that almost all the voters of
Oregon City. favor giving the commis
sion form or government a trial.
It has been pointed out that it has
haan aiiccaaaful wherever tried and
there is no reason why it should not
be a success nere. Mayor urowneu
riaalraa that the commission named
to revise the charter embody ln the
Instrument tne beat leaiurea oi toe
ih,npt'lii nltlaa that have the new
rhorna nf anvernment and that ttie
charter as reviaea tie puDiisnea in me
newspapera so tnai toe voiers may
become familiar with its provisions
before a special election la called to
vote upon the change. "
The People's Store
Masonic Temple Building.
Your Money's Worth Always.
SAN FRANCISCAN ACCUSED BY
RICH THEATRICAL MAN OF
WOT STRUCK HIM, SAYS PIOT
Beautiful Defendant, Who la Slater Of
Maybelle Oilman Corey, Also
Files Suit $250 Monthly
Nornvin Gray, of 8an rranclaco, la
named aa the despoiler of hla home
by Charlea W. Allsky, the well-known
theatre owner and aon of C. A. Allaky.
a wealthy retired Portland confec-.
tloner, who haa aued Cleta Pearl
Allaky. sister of Mra. Maybelle Gil
man Corey, wife of the former preai
dent of the United 8tatea Steel Com
pany, for a divorce in the circuit court
here, Mrs. AUsky also haa aued for
divorce here, but he haa Jiot been
served with the summons, and County
Clerk Mulvey refuses to make the -
PRICES LOWER HERE
It was demonstrated twice laat
dnds could bay cheaper In Oregon
Ulty man in roniana. ad uregou
f"lt woman who nald t21.50 for a
cloak at a "Big Reduction Sale" of a
Portland department atore, learaea, to
ner sorrow mat ane couia Day a. gar
ment of Identically the same make.
finish, style and cloth at . a local
atnra tnr t19 A hla noil It rr raiser in
the county asked a local house and
several Portland firms for bids on
3,200 pounds of chicken feed. in
lowest bid received from a, portiana
Arm waa f.(i and that nf tha Ore-
rnn Cltv hoiiSA waa 196.85. With the
freight chargea added the Portland
flrm'a bid waa $4.t0 higher than tnat
of the Oregon City company.
HEDGES TO ANSWER
CROSS' CANAL SPEECH
The weekly luncheon of the Live
Wlrea of the Oregon City Commercial
Club will be held at noon today in the
banquet hall of the Masonic Building.
Live Wires will not receive personal
notification of the luncheon, but are
all expected to be present J. E.
Hedges will reply to II. E. Cross, rela
tive to the construction of new locks
on the East Side of the river at Ore
gon City, and there will he other Im
portant mattere of great Interest to
Oregon City and Clackamas county.
Are vou a aubm riber to the Morn
ing Enterprise? It not you ahould call
and let us pu your name on the sub
scription list immediately
m.b- furthar ahareea that his beau
tiful wife baa been cruel to him. and
haa repeatedly humiliated him.. He
recltea how be sent her to school after
their marriage in order that she might
obtain an education atrttable to her
standing in society, and how while
at school she accused a school-mate
...,i nv r wo cnacaa. wuua u -wv-
clares waa untrue.
Wife Cruel, He Declares.
It Is alleged by the plaintiff that hla
wile misbehaved with Gray in the
Central Hotel at Santa Ana, Cat, Sep-
teraber 10. 1911. and before that date
and afterward in tne same duu o
.v i.taval in other nlacea Id
hit: j - -
California. The complaint contlnuea.
"That said aeienaam nas iui
and broken her marriage contract and
vows with the aald plaintiff and ha
doth au.., . - J.
treatment towara P'""". 1
eiing'bU life burdonsome in this; that
shortly after the aald marriage the
said plaintiff and the aald defendant
went to Sacramento. Cat, to realde;
that aald plaintiff rented a furnlahed
flat for plaintiff and defendant to Uve
in. immediately thereafter the plain
tiff became sick and ill and the aald .
.iat-aflant Instead of Uking care of
the said plaintiff, aa wife ahould do,
. nisintitr tn take care oi
Kill llltJ aam -
himself and went to San Francisco.
Cal, and a short Ume after the aald
plaintiff and the said aerenuam wr
marrled to each other, the said de
fendant began a course of cruel and
Inhuman treatment against the aald
r.iintitr ralllnr the aald plaintiff vile
names and constantly nagged at aald
plaintiff and endeavored to commence
quarrels with him and on one occa
sion, without any provocation what
ever, ' struck and assaulted tho aald
plaintiff and In the year 1909, and
while the said defendant waa attend
ing achool at San Joee, In the state of
California, pursuant to an "ange-
ment between tne " y
.... .j j.f..j,tit aha the aald de-
lue iu, -
fendant. falsely accused a girl school
mate attending tne "m7'
. aHandlna. with having
stolen two checks for the paymenv
of money of $25 ana loo resp-i.-v.
and by reason oi saiu ccuuuu ,
. i i , Ka anananded from said
school and by reason of the conauc
of the said delenaani in "
said accusation, ahe. the aald defen
dant, waa given a great deal J of no
toriety, and the aald plaintiff was
Neglect la Charged.
"That the aald defendant shortly
after her marriage to said plaintiff,
wholly neglected to' attend to any of
her household duties, left the home or
aald plaintiff, and without the con
sent of the aald plaintiff, went about
different parte of the state of Cali
fornia and associated with people ot
questionable character, and kept the
said plaintiff In a constsnt state oi
(Continued on page 8.)
(Continued o. page 1.)
..Fresh boiled erabe, Olympla oyst
ere direct from the ahell. Salmon,
Halibut, Shrimp, ate. The finest
stock and quality..
MacdonalcTs Fish Market
Next to Walla Fargo,
OLYMPIA OYSTERS OUR
Six Per Cent Semi-Annual
Interest Coupon Bonds.
THE CLACKAMAS SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY la;now
offering to our home people Its first mortagage 6 per cent semi-annual
Interest coupon bonds, and aa the bonda are limited to tlee, ralla and
equipment and all other work, such aa grading and brldgee, are paid
for by atock subscriptions, the bonds Issued by this company are first,
class. , , ,
These bonds are laauad In the following denominationa, via.:
$100, $500, $1,000.
The Clackamaa Southern Railway Company offers the following
'reasons why these bonda ahould be aold In Oregon:
FIRST It la an Oregon enterprise and owned by Oregon people.
SECOND The country traversed by thla line la thlokly popu
lated and has freight and passenger trafflo In eight to make It the best
paying road In Oregon for Its lenth. ' i
. r THIRD The beat bualness men and farmers n the County are
stockholders In thla road and authorized the Issue of these bonds at the
stockholders' meeting by unsnlmous vote.
FOURTH These bonds draw t per cent Interest and the holder
gets hla Interest twice each year . :
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