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lata In avary eeotlen af Ctalu
mas County, with a populatle a
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WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1500
VOL 1 1 -No. )3.
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0UE00N CITY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1911.
HUNTLEY URGED .
MRS. ALISIiY TELLS
FOR FREE CANAL
, "OH. FOR AN URSUSI" :
r 13? n
fricnos or popular euaiNtM
MAN CIRCULATt PKTI
TIONS IN MILLS.
'HIS. ATTITUDE NOT YET DIYUICED
Mttara. Hayes And Androaen, Alao
Atktd To Make Race, Have
Not Reached final
Priitlona uritltiK C. O. Huntley, one
of ih br( known business man la
(he city, lo become a candidate for
mayor rr circulated for algnatures
Turwluy The petitions were taken to
two of Hi" mills, and. It la understood,
a lurni numtwr of names were obtain
ed Mr. Iluntltiy . la out of tha city,
nd Ma friend aald they did not know
hHlu-r lie would conaeut to maka
tha ri''v Ilefore leaving on a hunt
ing .-uijJuulua- McKeuxla lUverseit.
tral tly , It la reported that ha
bud no lloa hla nama would be con
uhl.Tfil In connection with tha mayor
ally. C. G. Huntley,
whose frlanda ara elr.
tltlon urging him to ba
culatlng a pa
fop Mayor, Tor aigna-
Mr. Huntley, who la a member of
Huntley Ilrothera Company, haa made
a rrnmrkahle aucceaa In bualuea, and.
It I declared If he ahould ba elected
mayor he would admlnlater the affair
of the rlly with the aamecar and
attention that he ha given hla private
Intereitt. lie came to Oregon City
more than twenty year a ago, and made
friend from the atart. lie baa aerved
In-(lie legislature and city council
with distinction. Mr. Huntley I a
brother of W. A. Huntley, alao of
Huntley Ilrothera Company, and a
member of the Hoard of School Dl
rertora. William Androgen, president of the
city council, haa been urged to maka
the race for mayor, but haa made no
definite announcement. A petition to
him in recently circulated and ae
ral hundred algnaturea were receiv
ed, (iordon K. Hayea also haa been
aiked to make the race, but like Mr.
Andrenent he haa the matter In abey
na M.mri lliinflav. Andraien and
Htye have large followlnge, and there
. . .. i m ik.
I no queatlon about tna anairs ui t
elty being capably admlnlatered If any
one of them la chosen.
Cams Jersey Dairy
THANKS TO COLUMBUS.
H discovered a pleasant spot fo'
! I .A a4 a4
"cut down soma trees, ana
thlno by teaching the first Indlsn
"w una cioinsa ra"7 ' An
n ths clothing ,buln almot 4Z0
yr behind his tims oui
yr,nd then some ahead In atyle.
ul of the L System and Clothcraft
mke ln all tha new fabrlcaa, 12B0
How about our L System Overcoat
r Sllp-on. The weather m"
for one $12.00 to S30.00.
Not Like Other.
6th and Main Ss. '
n r. Ik. .nminn social season
n L System, full dress suit I proper
8 . tf
4dUc -3 -
IN GREAT BATTLE
BAKER'S "HOMER" IN NINTH TIES
SCORE AND GAME IS
. WON IN ELEVENTH.
COOMBS OUTPITCHES MATHEWSON
Philadelphia's Third Baeeman Haro
Of Two Contaata By Mighty
Homo Run Smashes
With Hla Willow.
NKW YORK. Oct. 17. iSneclal.)
The 1'hlladelphla Athletic won again
today from the New York Giant In
the world's championship aerlea. The
acore wit Philadelphia 3, New York 2.
Phlladxlnhla made nlna hlta and twn
error and New York got three bit
and made alx errora.
Philadelphia outplayed New York,
especially In the field.
The turn In the tide came In the
ninth. Alwaya Invincible, Mathewaon
had blanked the Athletic through
eight deperate lnninga. One run by
me uianta in me intra maue u iook
Ilka a iiira thins. Ilnne waa almnat
gone when Itaker came up In the
ninth. One husky swat drove the
leather into toe riKnt neiu seal tor a
home run and the battle waa on again.
In the tenth Inning both Mathewaon
and "Iron Jack" C'Kmba pitched maa-
leriy nan. itom leania were on euKO
(Continued on page 3.)
tW I AS M
VXe O I
Our Watch-Selling Methods
whan vou buy a watch of ua,
Wa onlv enjoy going with you I
terlal, pointing out It trono, 0
ahowlno you why crtln parte
factlv adapted to meat all con
qualities. In other word, yo
edge and our pereitnt nonesi
We know when you buy a watc
Isflad whthr It 1 the 1.00 in
you will nd your friend to u
,r, con.lder.bly Tower than you can buy el.ewher. either for cash
or on th. Installment plan.
GENTS' WATCHES from SI to 150
LADIE8' WATCHES from $3 to 75
We make a spoolalty of Watch Repairing. All our work 1. guaranteed
Burmeister & Andresen
OREGON CITY JEWELERS
WIFE, SUING, SAYS .
Alleging that' her huaband la laxy
and haa been cruel to her her Mar
garet Durriett, filed ault for divorce
Tuesday agalnat Albert Burnett. They
were married January 2C, 19X0, In Van
couver, British Columbia. The plain
tiff asaerta that because of her hue
band' refusal to work ahe had to
eek employment and Impaired her
health by bard work. She ask to be
restored lo. her maiden name, Mar
garet Johnson. Dlmlck A Dimlck rep
resent tne plaintiff.
HAS SMOKER TONIGHT
The flrat smoker of the aeaaon will
ba held at the Commercial Club thla
evening. That tie attendance will be
large la assured, and Secretary Latour
ette aaya there will be something do
ing every minute. The araoker laat
season were one of the feature of the
Commercial Club'a enterUlnmenta,
and it Is expected that they will be
even more popular thla winter. So tf
you are eligible to attend the amoker
tonight, and do not do so, you will
mla a treat. However, there la no
danger of there not being a large rep
resentation of club members and their
Are vou a aubsirlber to the Morn
ing Enterprise? II not you should call
and let ua nu' your nsme on the sub
scrlptlon list Immediate!
know exactly what your getting.
nto the detalla of Ita making andma
r weak point aa the case may be, of
ahould be teatad thoroughly and par
dltlons for wear and time-keeping
u get the benefit of our expert knowl
methoda. h of ua th-aTyou will be perfectly eat-,
garsoll or the 1150 Howsrd, and that
s for one like IL
Suspension Bridge Corner.
'GO AHEAD'! SAYS
TAFT TO WOMEN
PRESIDENT-TELLS THEM THAT
EAST IS WATCHING EXPERI
MENT. IN VOTING.
ENERGY WILL CORRECT MISTAKES
Parting Salutea of Flowers and Fruite
Are Given Country's Execu
tive Aa Ha . Quits
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. Oct. 17.
President Taft bade adieu to California
here late today nd hla apodal train
headed for the North and East
Mr. Taft has been going about the
past few days under cloudless skies,
with a temperature officially recorded
ok In tha aharla. Tha 36 hours' ran
on which he started tonight will take
him to the snowclad hills ot Montana
The Presidents departure from the
state was marked by tne same uik
. .t.Bt rxtt hla train at the
boundary a thousand miles to the
Fruit and flower were piled aboard
the President's car at every atop. At
Riverside a crowd of high echool girl,
all attired In white, pelted the Preai
.n .id. mass until the entire rear
platform waa covered to a depth of
The President had a parting word
to the women on their newly granted
privilege of the ballot In thla state.
"It won't do, he aeciarea. lor juu
to say. 'Oh, well, we will not go down
to those awful polls; we will not be
associated with those awful people
that stand around the "polls.' You
have got to become jart of these aw
ful people and make those awful peo
ple better. You are trying an eiperl
ment" Elizabeth Roos
TEACHER Or VOICE
Graduate of Aren't Vocal Studio
New York City
110 Kit Ma S. raoa 1321
Owing to the fact that we are giving up the coat and
suit business We want to make a quick eleari-up. We
have taken all the men's suits and put them in one lot;
some are regular sellers at $25 and $3O0 but you
can have your choice at $1250 i
Girls and Misses Coats that sold as high as SJ0,
your choice $2,95. Remember when these are sold
yu get no more. f '
We have some very special values in dress , goods at
65c a yard.
Be sure and see our windows.
The People's Store
Masonic Temple Building.
Your Money's Worth Alwajrs.
MABELLE OILMAN COREY'S SIS
TER MAKES GRAVE CHARGES
TWO WOMEN NAMED IN COMPLAINT
Wife Aaka 15O000 Permanent Alimony
And $250 Monthly While Suit
la Pending Trap 8t For -
Her, She Say a.
Sensational and revolting are the
charges made by Mrs. Cleta. Pearl
Alisky. alster of Mrs; Maybelle Gilraan
Corey, against Charles Walter Alisky,
ownef ot several theatres and son of
Charles A. Alisky, a wealthy retired
Portland confectioner. In ber suit for
divorce, which waa made public Tues
day. Her charges agalnat ber hus
band are hauaeatlngr" Shd says
parts-of It are nauseating. She says
they were married October 14, 1907,
In an Diego, Cat, when she waa
twenty year of ago and Inexperienced,
and ber husband waa twice her age.
Throueh her attorney. 8. T. Jeffreys.
an order waa obtained from Judge
Campbell, citing Alisky to appear here
October 21. to ahow cause wny. me
court should not grant a motion for
$.000 ault money. $250 a month tem
porary alimony and $1,000 attorney
feet while the ault la pending. Mrs.
Alisky aaka for $50,000 permanent ali
mony and $4,000 as additional fee for
ber attorney after final decree la ob
tained. Mrs. Alisky blames her hubband's
parenta for part of her trouble. 8he
alleges that they entertained a quea
tionable woman at Sacramento In
January, 1908, well knowing her rela
tinni with Aliskv. She says when she
protested her husband'a parents re
fused to speak to ner ana aougui w
cause a separation between ner ana
Alisky. Alisky I ald to have told his
wife that his father waa worm
600.000 and that their marriage stood
In the way of hie getting any of the
monv-' '.. .T.J
The couple separated in April.
and the plaintiff aller.es that-during
that month her "husband deceitfully
Induced her to have an attorney pre
pare papers for divorce proceedings
at nan Francisco, and when she found
he waa "putting up a Job on her" she
refused to sanction tne nnng oi m
mnlnlnl Sha filed a BUlt for di-
vorce from him early thla month and
she asserts that be lied to aeaiue io
avoid service. She asserts that Aiisay
obtained disreputable persons to man
ufacture false testimony against her
end in the "Poodle Dog." a well-known
San Francisco resort, her husband
conspired with Paul Dunphy. a Dr.
Parker and a Mrs. Schmidt, otherwise
known aa Theo Willis to obtain evi
dence against her. Mra. Schmidt and
Lottie Foster, a waitress, are named
as corespondents. ,
Mrs. Alisky has a damage suit
pending against her husband for $100.
000 In Seattle. She asserta that haa
father haa employed counsel for him,
and has aided her husband In every
way possible to obtain a separation.
The plaintiff declarea that $5,000 will
be necessary for her to bring wit
nesses from San Francisco, Los An
geles and Chicago In order to satis
factorily prosecute her suit,
Norman Gray Is named aa corespon
dent in Allsky's. suit for divorce which
was filed here a few hours before his
wife's complaint was entered. He ac
cuses his wife of cruelty and saya she
wandered all over California with oth
er men. Her sister. Mrs. Corey, is
wife of William E. Corey, ex-presl-dent
of the United States Steel Cor
Our greatest clubbing offer. The
Morning Enterprise by mall and the
Weekly Oregonlan, both until Novem
ber 1. 1912. for only $3. Offer close
October 81. 1911.'
LOCKS WILL BE BUILT ON EAST
SIDE OR NOT AT ALLf
OBJECTIONS ARE OFFERED TOO LATE
President of Cmn,rclal Club Saya I
Persona Oppoaing Engineer's
. Report Virtually Oppose
Declaring that unless the free locks
and canal were built on the east side
of the river, as proposed by the gov
ernment engineers, they would not
be built at all, J. E. Hedges, at. a
meeting of the Live Wires of the Com
mercial Club. Tuesday, made an elo
quent and forceful appeal to all the
residents of the city for united action.
He declared that the locks and canal
on the east aide would not Injure the
manufacturing interests and would be
of Incalculable benefit to the elty and
the Willamette Valley. A resolution
authorizing the Main Trunk. Grant B,
Dlc-lck, to urge the representatives
In Congress and the Senate to haaten
the beginning of the work, and to ob
tain a larger government appropria
tion, wa adopted. Mr. Hedges said
VW aa manv veara aa I have lived
we have been hoping for an open river
n ,1 tnr- manv vaara wa have been
promised by our representatives that
we would have tree iocks ana me
rapids below the city would be re
mnvMf Four veara a en the present
agitation began, and these agitation
were like tide, rising and falling when
the bill waa Introduced In the legis
lature to appropriate $300,000 - for
building or purchasing rree kicks; inai
since that time we have agitated free
lirki.anit for the laat two reaes the
nraz-tirallr universal setlment haa
been against the purchase oi me oiu
canal and locks and for the construc
tion of new ones.
wMa. ika Tlma ta Rwitr.h."
"We have had our representatives
in Congress In the Commercial Club
rooms and at public meetings urged
them to work for the construction of
new locks, and asserted that we op
posed the purchase of the old locks.
The engineers have made aurveys and
have reported favorably upon the con
struction of locks on the east side.
Now Just aa we seem about to reap
the harvest of our work and to ob
tain the locks the controversy has
been raised as to whether we want
what for these four yeara, and espec
ially the laat two, we have so vehe
mently asserted we wamea. ine poini
I here make Is that this Is not the
time for us to switch and ask for that
which we have labored against, in
lieu of that which all of us have work
ed so hard to obtain. The Inevitable
result will be a failure to get any
lulng. And I believe those who are
now urging the purchase of the west
side locks are effectually working
against free locks.
"The government does Ita work In
a thorough manner. Instead of the
locas costing $700,000 I am of the
opinion that berore completion mey
ill vt i.2 nnn.ooo or 13.000.000.
They will not be constructed in two
(Continued on Page S.)
..Fresh boiled crabs, Olympt. oyst
ers direct from the shell.. Salmon,
Halibut, Shrimp, etc. The flneat
stock and quality.
Macdonald's Fish Market
Next to Wells Fargo.
OLYMPIA OYSTERS OUR
Six Per Cent Semi-Annual
Interest Coupon bonds.
THE C1.ACKAMA8 SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY la now
offering to our home people Its first mortagage P" semi-annual
Intereat coupon bonda, and aa th. bond, are limited to ties, ralla and
equipment and all ther work, euch aa grading and bridges, are paid
for by stock subscriptions, the bonds issued by this company are first
class. These bonds are Issued In the following denominations via.:
$100, S500, $1,000,
The Clackamas Southern Railway Company offers the following
reasons why these bonds should be sold In Oregon: ' -'
FIRST It Is an Oregon enterprise and owned by Oregon people.
SECOND The country traversad by thla line la thickly ,popu
lated and has freight and passepger traffic In alght to make It the beat
paying road In Oregon for Ita lenth.
THIRD The best bualneaa man and farmers n the County ara
stockholders In this road and authorized the issue of these bonds at the
stockholders' meeting by unanimous vote.
FOURTH These bonds draw S per cent Interest and the holder
gets his Intereat twice each year.
Call on or addreas,
G, B. DIMICK
Secretory C. S.Ry. Co.
MAYOR TO BRING IT UP AT REG
ULAR MEETING Of COUN
Failure of Quorum To Attend Special
Sesaion Cauaea Postponement
CKIxena Urged To
Be Present. ' '
Owing to a lack of a quorum at the
special council meeting called for
Tuesday night. Mayor Brownell an
nounced that the proposed commis
sion form of government for the elty
would be considered at the regular
meeting Friday evening. The council-
men present were Messrs. Burke. Hol-
mari. Andresen and Meyer. The ab
sentees were Dr. Strickland and
Messrs. Roake, Pope and Hall. Dr.
Strickland and Mr. Roake are out of
the city. All the councllmen were)
served with notice that the apecuu r
meeting had been called.
Mayor Brownell announced Tuesday
evening that the question would be
submitted Friday evening; through a
resolution, which It Is believed, will
be adopted. All but one or two of the
members have announced themselves)
aa being In favor of the commlsakm
form of government, and It la aald the
Tka Mavnr roaneata all eitlsena. who
can possibly do so, to attend the
meeting and give their Tlewa., It Is
aH..n.aM f t . ik. uartlnn nt the
I1IB lUlOUUUUt v -
council, to appoint . committee of
seven to revise the city charter a
aa to provide for the new plan of gov
ernment. The revised Instrument will
be pubUshed In the local papers in
order that the taxpayers and voter
ma iawa a chance to stndv It care
fully before the special election, which
It la planned to call for voting upon IL
U Go over Niagara rails
in a Barrel.
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