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WIATHin inuivliun, - w
Oregon City ralr Thursday;
light frot tonight.
ureson Fair .Thursday; light
frost; northerly mint:
VOfi. II No.ai;
GIVEN HARD BLOW
LgUROCNTt MAKE GRAVE ER
ROR BY FAILING TO POL
, LOW UP VICTORIES.
ML EffECT HELPFUL TO THRONE
oubtful Provlneaa Slow To Join Rev.
olutlonary Movement And
Pskln la Not In
I'KKIN. Oct. Is. Th Chlnono gov-
(litlicnt awwwria hhm ii uu wuii a
,.t victory at Hankow and an-
.uncos Hint tho troopa bold the eta-
lno. wljra tho troop tralaa aro ar
um rapidly. Although tut appears
n lw un exaggeration, tbo fooling uro
bilin here (hat tho government baa
tally achieved aa Important moral
Tim Ixllff ha been nebl here that
The nrat" encounter between thT
LtMmrles and tho loyal troop prov.
Li derisive,' tho supremacy would ho
(Continued on pago two,)
By the Aid
of a Lariat
A I -
20. .DISASTER AT
TM wonderful plctur glvoa
' close vlw Of tho wrecked eon.
Crete dam and the damg to
buildtng and Ufa resulting
rem tho breaking of tho dam,
September SO, 1911. AIo plo
"' of bravo tolaaraph opera
or wrto notlflad, at tho risk of
her lit, tha naaola In the path
two hmm, in 3
parts. 3C00 feet of
EDMUND VANCE COOKE
Edmund Vance Cooke, tho notod
author, will lecture tonight at the
Flrs Hoptlat church. Mr. Cooke haa
a world wide reputation, and It I be
lieved that tho lecturo room of the
church will be crowded. The demand
for tlcketa haa been large, and those
h.i attanii are assured of a treat.
Thl will be the flrat event of a ly
reum aerie which ha been arranged
for thl winter, and mere ta no que
tlon aa to all tho entertainment be
ing well attended. Twenty public
plrited citizen have guaranteed the
Ivretim bureau against loss, and thl
guaranty alone ahould crowd the
church at each entertainment.
Mlaa Anna Johnson, who haa been
cashier at the Grand Theatre for
about four year, and Stephen Cham
ber, employed at tho .Willamette
Pulp A Paper Mill, were marnea
urinariAv hr rircult J u dire Camp
bell. They will begin housekeeping
at once on Fourteenth street near
Main. The bride is one of the best
known young women In the city, and
ha made many friend by her charm
ing manner and courteous treatment.
Mr. Chamber ha a host 'f friends
and la highly esteemed by hi .em
ployer and air who know him. He
ban lived In thl city aeveral year.
HAVE BIG BANQUET
i ft... (..m WnnHmnn " held a ban-
otiet and entertainment at the Wood-
M I a. 1 t ltk wa. Bat
men-Hall Tuesasy ovenma. wiuu
hv ohnnt aeventy-flvo Per
sona. The early part of the evening
. . .... fAllnMiln YM.
was aeyoten to m iuu
gram i Piano aolo, Violet Beaullau;
reading, ''How Rubensteln Played the
rlano." M Marie Holmes; ong "Oh
You Blondy." Mis' Marie Confer:
- uwnn't vnu noma nflt and Play
With Mo," Mis Ietha Crosa. After
the program waa given a Dauouei wo.
served which was followed by a grand
ih kv r n. Woodward and
Mis Mary Confer. Dancing was in
dulged in until a late nour. n.
. . t mair1i fnrmaft the
WOoawara urni i. i- j ,
committee In charge of the affair.
Every number .on Jhe program wm
MASfjNS ARE ENTERTAINED.
Royal Arch Member Are Gueate-Of
iviw... tKly.flvn tmmbri Of Wftflh-
InRton Chapter. Royal Arch Maeona,
were, guest Monaay eveiimn m
, .i ni,.Tiir Tha. Portland delega
tion arrived here--tibout 7 o'clock and
went Immediately to tne moiuu
rooms. A fine supper waa awrveu.
PatrnPlie our advertiser.
I WHY bio wt t& ue thoii camnom) I f inroiu,, 1 f Saw wood, ll
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WEEKLY CNTCrPRISC ESTABLI SH ED ISGG
OREGON CITY, OHKOON. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1911.
PERPETRATED BY WA IT Ac DOUGA LL .
CLUB SMOKER IS
j INITIAL, AFFAIR OF WINTER SEA
SON ATTENDED BY NEARLY
ALL 'THE MEMBERS.
! SPEAKERS GIVE ' STIRRING TALKS
The Value of The Organlxation, Tho
Good It Ha Accomplished, And
The Work oT Be Done In
Futctro Aro Outlined.
If Wednesday night' Jink at the
Commmerclal Club quarters Is to be ac
cepted aa a criterion,' tho smokers to
bo given during the coming
winter by the Club will be
largely attended, aa the affair
was nvMit enjoyable throughout Near,
ly all of the member and a number
of Invited guests were present, the
best of fellng reigned, and good fel
lowship waa much In evidence during
Joseph B. Hedges, president of the
club, who acted a chairman, took oc
casion in calling the. meeting to ord
er, to point out some of tbo good
things the cIujx haa brought about for
Oregon City. The publicity depart
ment, he ald by the true character
thereof, haa done much for the ad
vancement of the city and county by
publishing only the truth. "And in
thla Instance, he aaid, "The truth I
big enough." In a special way, ac
cording to the apeaker, a better feel
ing haa been manifested In the city
since the organisation of the club,
especially among the business and
professional men, and he strongly urg
ed those who are not members to af
filiate themselves with the club a
soon aa possible., '
Captain Jame P. Shaw, of Mllwau
kle, spoke of the condltiona existing In
Oregon City when he came here , In
18H9, and of the wonder(ul Improve
ment which ha taken plaoe since tho
Commercial Club eprang Into exist
ence. He lauded Ihe work of the club
In all Its undertakings, especially in
regard to It publicity department.
"Oregga against the world," exclaim
ed the captain, "haa alway been my
in oft o, and I always take occasion to
add, 'Clarkamas county against the
state.'" During hi address, Captain
Shaw related many amusing anecdote
of the early daya here.
"All we wish to do la to tell the
truth." wns the gist of a short, but
lntrestlngUlk by Gilbert U Hedgea.
when called upon to spew In behalf
of the publicity work of the club. He
also told of the alms of the club In
thl rospect, and of the 'meritorious
assistant being rondered by the
"Live Wires," an organliatlon of Com
mercial Club men who aro working
their hardest to further the Interests
of the entire county.
Deputy District Attorney Llvy 8tlpp,
In a brief talk told of the plana for
future smoker and entet .alnments of
the club, and promised a big treat for
all who attend the gatherings. Henry
Pusey, who rendered a piano aolo was
Major C. II. . i Noble predicted
that a new era of prosperity was open-
; ( 8od yo panujiuoa)
E NT El PR I
JOB f. MIGHT
John F. Albright, yard superintendent
of tho Hawley Pulp & Paper Company,
haa announces ttlmsetf a candidate
for' the city council In tho first ward.
He agreed to make the race after petl
tiona circulated by hla friends and
signed by a largo number of voters,
had been aubmltted to him. Mr. Al
bright thinks that the street Im
provement has been a little too .rapid.
He suggests that the work that haa
been atarted be finished, and, after
that not so much be attempted. While
he la progressive, he feels that the
taxpayer should not bo burdened
with too much expense.
Captain M. D. Phillips I a candi
date for the council In tho flrat ward
and H. E. Stevena I being urged to
mak the rare. William Andresen.
president of the city council, who now
represents that ward., haa refused to
stand for re-election and 1 la being
urged to be a candidate for Mayor.
TILES DEED OF TRUST
The Clackamnt Southern Railway
Companyi which ' Is constructing a
railroad Into the rich Molalla Valley
Wednesday filed a deed of trust to the
Merchants' Savings A Trust Com
pany, of Poitland. Thl company I
the trustee bf a $360,000 bond Issue
for the purchase of rati and rolling
stock. Sufficient mosey for grading
and building trestlea liaa been raised
through stock subscriptions. Much of
the grading has' been done,' and work
pn the big trestle In this city haa been
started. The bonds will be Issued In
denominations of $100, $500 and $1,000.
It Is believed that most of them will
be bought by residents of thla county.
At a. recent meeting more than $20,
01)0 stock was sold In less than twepty
minutes. The road la negotiating with
a millionaire Portland man, who own
large forest land on tb railway for
tho hauling of twenty cars of timber
daily, for twenty year., t . "
BIG ROAD MG.TO
BE HELD TOMORROW
The meeting of tho East Side Capi
tal Highway Association at Mount
pleaaant tomorrow evening la expect
de to be the largest and most enthus
iastic of any that haa been held. Sev
eral prominent speaker! have promis
ed to attend and explain what the
highway will mean to the county and
state. The Oregon City delegation
will leave In automobile from the
Commercial Club at 7 o'clock. All
persons Interested In good roads are
Invited to attend. The automobiles
will be furnished gratis.
Judge Beatlo Marrlea Couple,
rvira Woodard and nomas Sackett,
of SUverton, were married by County
Judge rteatle. -
GIANTS WILL WIN,
RAIN PREVENTS OAME AND GIVES
PITCHERS FOR NEW YORK
CHANCE TO REST.
BAKER AND COOMBS HEROES OF HOUR
Philadelphia I Baaaball Mad And
Attandanco Today la Expected
To. Break Sr. I be Park
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 18. (Spec
ial.) The fourth game of the Glanta
Athletica championahlp eerie was
postponed today by the national base
ball commission on account of the
bad condition of the grounds follow
ing the heavy rain .which have been
falling here alnce last night
The Glanta are elated, over the do
lay, a they believe the rest will put
RUbd Marquarrt.-whir will -pitch-the
fourth game, In better abape. They
declare that Maibewson will also have
an opportunity to rest up, so that he
can pitch the fifth game of the aeries.
Tho 'Athletics are contented, too,
saying that they bavo an advantage
In tho resting up of Plank and Bender.
Philadelphia 1 baseball mad aa a
result of tho one-game lead the Athle
tics hold, 'and It is estimated that to,
morrow'a attendance will be the larg
est ever gathered in the park. The
weather forecaat Is for clear Tonight
and tomorrow, which ahould leave the
field in good abape.
Baker, tbo hard hitting, third base
man. Is sharing the honors as a popu
lar Idol with Jack Coombs, who pitch
ecTthe game of bla career against tho
Glanta. Both are receiving ovatlona
wherever they appear, and the fan
talk of DOthlng else. '
The Giants apent the day quietly In
their quartera at the Hotel Majestic.
They axe unpopular with the Quaker
City fans, as was shown by tneir re
ception on tbelr arrival here, when
tho crowd greeted Bnodgrasa with hoota
and hisses and cries of "SplkerJ' and
"Dirty BalU Other member of the
Giant gathered about Snod grass aa
If expecting an attack.
S nod grass and tho other -members
of the Glanta denied that the aplking
of Baker waa intentional, claiming
that Baker stood In the path when
Bnodgrasa slid feet first Baker de
clared that the spiked ankle, while
causing him considerable - pain and
making him walk with a limp, will
In no way affect his speed.
"We are not beaten yet by a long
shot." aaid Manager McGraw today.
"Tbo fact that the Athletics got away
with yesterday' game doe not mean
that they have the aeries cinched. I
expect to see our boy come right
back and win the next game. Then
wo will see' who will stand the. gaff In
tho real finish."
MOTHER IS INJURED
GOING TO BABY'S AID
Mra. Wesley Howard was the vic
tim of a peculiar accident at her home
Tuesday afternoon, and aa a result
the Instep of her foot waa broken.
Mr. Howard waa lying on her bed
when she heard her baby crying. She
Jumped up and atarted toward the
child when her foot caught In a rug.
She wa thrown heavily.
. C. H.
BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS
The Wednesday Afternoon Bridge
Club waa entertained by Mra. C. H.
Meissner this week at her home on
Eighth and .Monroe street. The hoat
ess waa assisted by her Bister, Mrs.
Hugh Hendry. Thla waa one of the
most delightful meetings held by the
club. Tho first prlxe, which consjsted
of Individual ailver salt and pepper
shakers, waa won by Mrs. W. A. Shew
man. Mrs. C. DC Latouretto won the
second prize, a silver apoon. A lunch
eon was served by tho hostess at 5
o'clock. Mra. L. L. Porter will be the
hostess of the next meeting of the
club, which will be heia weanesa7
afternoon, November 1.
Those attending yeaterday'a gath
ering were Mr. W. A. Showman. Mrs,
C. D. Latouretto, Mra. Charlea D. La
touretto, Mrs, H. 8. Mount, Mra.
George Hanklna, Mr. Nleta Bar!ow
Lawrence, Mrs. C. O. Huntley, Mr.
E. T. Avlson, Mr. Walter Wells, Mr.
Lena Charman, Mrs. A. A. Price. Mra.
Wlllla-n Logua, Mra. J. N. Wtsner,
Mr. L. E. Jonea, Mr. L. U Porter,
Mrs. B. P. Rands.sMrs. J. H. Walker,
Mis Marjorle Caufield, Miss M. L
Holmes, Mis Will Caufield.
JUDGE CAMPBELL BUYS FARM.
Deal-Embrace Tranafer Of Tract At
- Central point.
Circuit Judge Campbell haa pur
chased) the 200aore farm of Fred
Bluhm, located on tho Clarlws-IIIgh-land
road. - The aale waa negotiated
by W. A. Dlmlck. and the deal em
brace the transfer of a 120-acre frm
at Central Point formerly owned by
Judge Campbell, to Mr. Bluhm.
TEACHER OF VOICE
Graduate of Aren' Vocal Sludio
New York Cily .
tl tltkik St. . ' , rlwae ni
JOHN D. SPRECKELS.
Member of tfce Rich Sugar
Family of San Franeiaoo.
DH ARGUES BIG
Argument in the suit of Mia Blue,
a Potland nurse, against the Portland
Railway, Light k. Power Company waa
held In Salem Wednesday before the
Supreme Court, Judge Grant B. Dlmlck
appearing for the. claimant who waa
awarded $22,500 In the . Multnomah
County Circuit Court This la said
to be one of the largest verdict ever
given in a damage case In thia state.
Miss Blue wa Injured by a street car
Wl ClASS OFFICERS
The 8enior Claaa of the High School
met Wednesday afternoon and elected
the following" officer: Resident,
Gilbert Morris; vice-president Mlas
Pearl Francis; secretary. Miss Leola
Cordemant; treasurer, MIsa Evadne
Harrla; sergeant-at-oxma, Verhe
Roake. A committee waa appointed
to obtain claaa pins, and a .committee
waa also named to prepare a program
for an entertainment to be given by
the freshmen class.
S. N .C. CLUB ENTERTAINED.
Enjoyable Evening Spent At Homo Of
' Mrs. Walter Wells.
The S. N. C. Club met at tho home
of Mra. W.Wella Tuesday evening. The
decorations of Mra. Wells' homo were
of yellow and were very attractive.
Refreshments were served, and a most
enjoyable evening waa apent The
biembere present were Mra. M. D.
Latouretto, Mra. Hush Hendry, Mra.
C .H. Meissner, Miss Clara Caufield,
Mis Edna Caufield. Miss Louise Wal
ker. Miss June Charman, Mlsa Helen
Daulton. , ,
Read the Morning enterprise
F RESH FISH
..Fresh bolle cnaba, Olympla oyst
ers direct from tho shell. 8almon,
Halibut. Shrimp, tc The finest
stock and quality.
Macdonald's Fish Market
' Next to Well Fargo. A
OLYMPIA OYSTERS OUR
Six Per Cent Semi-Annual
Interest Coupon Bonds.
THE CLACKAMAS 80UTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY la now
ottering to our, home people lta first mortagage 6 per cent semiannual
Interest coupon bonds, and aa the bonda are limited to tlee rails and
equipment and all other work, auch aa grading and bridges, are paid
for by etock subscriptions, the bonds Issued by this company aro first
class. These bond aro Issued In the following denominations viz.:
$100, $500, $1,000. -
The Clackamas Southern Railway Company offer the following
reasons why thess bonda should be sold In Oregon: ,.
FIRST' It I an Oregon, enterprise and owned by Oregon people.
SECOND Tho country traversed by this lino la thickly popu
lated and haa freight and passenger traffic In sight to make It the beet
paying road In Oregon for It tenth. A 'x ' , ,
THIRtS Th bet bueiness'men and farmer n th County are
stockholder In this road and authorized tho Issue of those bond at tho
stockholder' meeting by unanimous vote.
FOURTH These bonds draw per cent Interest and tho holder
gets his Interest twice each. year. . ,
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Call n'cr ddro,
G. B. DIMICK
Secretary C'S. Ry. Co.
Th only dally nwa)spr fee
tweai Portland and Salem; ir 4
to In every taction of Claokar
mat County, wth a population of
30,000. Aro yoy an advertiser . .
Peb Week, 10 Cevt
AIDS PAPER f .ILL
DAILY OUTPUT WOULD CARPET
PATH FOOT WIDE Td NEW
YORK AND BACK.
PRODUCT SOLD TKmPTCT
Company Plant Young Trees For Use '
When Present Supply Of Tim
ber lo Exhausted jCoast
' Paper Supplied.
Most Oregon City folk know that
the mill acrosa tho river la tho second
In the country when it cornea to- the
production of paper used by the new-:
paper, yet few realize the extent of
thl output Every day last week
the number of tons " produced waa
about 190 ton a dayr being a twenty-.
fmip hour ran. If the rolls were made
a foot wide thla 190 tons would carpet ;
a path or paper aa tne way io
York ana back, atuiiipiy una vj
twelver and-there-wooM- bev-aa
atrip long enough to encompass the
earth three times, lacking a few miles
Firm-in? aaraln. tf this 190 tons Were
cut up Into foot rolls, there would bo
a stack more than half tho height of
Mount Hood, thirty lncnea in aiame
ir vr faw nersona know that tho
finished product of the mills is shipped
to all parts of the world. Willi the
Seattle Times. Tho Oregon Journal
and aeveral San Francisco papers nee
a large quantity, a largo part la ship
ped to the Hawaiian Inlands, Austral
ia, New Zealand and other distant
lands. . The Willamette Pulp Paper
Company, confines lta work-almoet
exclusively to the manufacture of
mihltA nanor fnP DM hr th DWlDP-
or. Occasionally they make a "run
of heavy wrapping paper lor ineir
own ue. and" every, once In a while1
... maohln la Havnted to the maoo-
actur of a "run" of pink colored
paper iised by tne paper ior men
sporting editions. Tho smaller mill.
In addition to newa paper, makea var
ioua klnda of brown wrapping pajr
used by the atore for wrapping par
eels, etc They also In season made
np "fruit paper" In which choice ap
ples, pears, etc, are wrappea
' The Willamette mill haa lately put
into effect a bonus ytoro, a plan
which la unique and original, where
by each man connected with th de
partment geta a 5, 10 or IS per cent
bonus In addition to hla regular day'
wagea. depending upon the total out
put of paper of the mill for a day of
twenty-four hour a. Another phase of
the Industry not generally known, la
the far-sightednes of the manage
ment in regard to the wood anpply.
Realizing that at the present rat of
consumption the aupply of cotton and
other woods used In the manufacture,
will not last a comparatively long .
time, the mill haa planted In rarlou
part of the Willamette Valley and
elsewhere, acre and acrea of young
treee. ' When tho present aupply of
timber la exhausted, thla mill will not
hav to shot down for the lack of raw
material. The manufacture of paper
In tho different stages la Tory Interest
ing, but few persona realize the pro
cesses a log must undergo before It
comes out whte, dry, crisp paper.
Cams Jersey Dairy