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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1911)
Th only dally newspaper
twi Portland and So tern I air
lateo M avary section of Claekap
mil County, with a population of
30 .000. Aro you an advertiser
Oregon CHr rr Friday;
Or'gn Friday warmer Inter.
lor portion; fair eaaterly portion.
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE EST ADL lS II ED 1560
OKEOON CITY. OREGON, FKIPAY, OCTOBER 20, 1911..
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MRS OF CROWD END IN GLOOM
r Aviator To Land On Warship It
Victim Of Attampt To Thrill
Audience Fell Only
MAt'ttN, (Jr.. Orl. Kugena Kly,
iaiiir. met doath at the Hula Kalr
r.niuiW today when tha machine fall
Ll id rl from a sensational dip ami
(lunged with him fifty feet to the
miunl II fell tha field of th
Lti iracs. after almost clearing tha
Ui iiitm by a deeperale lap whon ha
h-alUed his imtII lionaa were broken
fa a rn-um of placaa.
Kly IU(I a row minutes later, rexi"
it consciousness Just liefore Jhe unit
L miihiim h tii mullr! .."I loaf con
11I. I know I am going to ilia."
Klv made a fllicht thla mornlnic,
.cemtliig 3.I0O feet. At 1:45 o'clock
, ii.Kun hla second fllKht. rising
raccfully from tha track enclosure,
iblrti he circled at tha rata of thirty
,i!4 un hour. Aa ba waa completing
Ei circles ho made a dip, Seemingly
Ci utartle tha thouaanda beneath him.
fin. machine aht down with tremend
y,t velocity, and tna crowa appiaua-
.1. thinking the aviator would rise, aa
i. had dontt many tlinea before, tint
kly aeenied to loee hla grip on the
t ver and the mamma roimniira us
II iiUeinpted to rlao from hla aeat.
Releasing the lever altogether, he half
mined, barely clearing the mono-
blane a It crashed to the around. The
hiachlne waa demnllahed. and Kir
iirurk with terrific force, lie died
thorily after reaching the hoapltal.
Kly, a native or Iowa. lu nia wiie
a New York two weehe ago to come
1) Macon to give a aeriea or ingnjs
r the State Kalr. He had been glv
iia aiwctacular fllghta hero for eight
Mays, going up on ona occasion In a
ln atorm. --
Kly offered today to make a flight
iv nlnht. oalntlng hla craft with phoa
Uonia "ao aa to atari lo the natlvea,"
jr. told the fair dlrertora. The offer
fwa declined becauae he wanted
111. 000. Kly waa the flrat flvr to land
Ln a warship.
AUTO RACER KILLED.
8IOl'X CITY, la., Oct. 19. Wily
I'earce, automnlifle driver, waa In
atantly. killed today when hla Colby
automobile craahed Into tha fence
while he waa a peed In at Woodland
I'earce waa practicing for the race
meet which opana tomorrow. Hla
home la aald to ba In Indiana.
..Freah boiled eraba, Olympla oyat
art direct from tha ahell. Salmon,
Halibut. Shrimp, oto. Tha flnaat
stock and quality.
Next to Walla Fargo.
OLYMPIA OYSTERS OUR
Titrty Gallons 1
Cams Jersey Dairy
3 3o'ci5 !
Three bucke to uaa the vernacular,
Three dollara hn real money and not
a bit dear at the price.
The Willamette Hata have mat' with
instant favor among the moot oriti
cal man and young man.
The Stetson hata vou nay 18 for them
In Portland, we ahow In all lata
noveltlea at M. No need Of wearing
your darby lopsided. Wa have tha
latest French Conformateur and
build th hat to your head.
How about tha olothaa aueetlonf We
are far to tha good when It cornea
to etylleh apparel.
' Not Like Other.
6th and Main Sa. -
ADOLPH JOEHNKE DIES'
Adolph William Joehnke. a well- i
known young man and eon of Mr. and I
Mra. H. C. Joehnko. prominent real-'
deta of Mount IMeaaaut, died Tbura
. 1 1 wi . .
day morning. The young man waa
atrlcken about eighteen montha ago
with typhoid fever, and suffered from
compllcatlona. Several montha Inter j
he waa taken to the 8t. Vincent Hoapl
tal. where ha underwent two aurglcal
0eratlona, and waa confined In the
hoapltal for nine montha. He waa
recovering when he waa stricken
about three weeka ago with tuhurcu-
l.U of the aplne. which waa the
cause of hla death.
Mr. Joehnke waa born at Mount
I'leaaanl May 13. 1889. He waa era
..i..,..h r.ir aiimx time In Portland, but
apent moat of hla life In thla city.
where he waa highly eaieemeu mm
v.. i frUmta Ha leaves, besides
ki. ,..ni mia alater. Miss Wllhel-
mlna Joahnk. a newapaper writer, of
New York; two nromera. mi
Joehnke. an attorney of Maranneia.
and Carl Joehnke, register ciera, oi
the Oregon City poatornce.
The funeral aervlce will ba con
ducted from the home at Mount rieaa
ant tomorrow afternoon at I o clock.
Rev. C. W. Robinson, recior 01 oi.
Paul a Kulacopal church will officiate.
The Interment will ba In the Mountain
SAWMILL VICTIM IS
BURIED IN CANBY
The funeral of Paul Kalb, who died
..... . . . i D.l...i(au
at the hospital in Asiorm ot..
from Injuriea received wnue worai. a
In a sawmill at thai place, waa neld
at the family homa In MacnsDur
Tuesday afternoon, and me lmenuoui
waa In the Zlon cemetery, Canby.
ty.iK anaavfld aa hook-
tender at the sawmill and the chain
of the tender swung around ana airm.
him In the temple, causing a frncture
of the skull. He never regained con.
clouaneae after ,.etng
parents. Mr. and Mra. George Kalb. of
Mackslmrg. were notified and the fath
er hnrrled to Astoria. The body was
ahlpped to Macksburg Saturday eve
Tha deceased was twenty-eli years
rnnjM tv - ' -
of age. Thla la tne aecona awnm
the Kalb family within the paal two
months. Tho funeral ,c". 'h(?
young man were largely ended.
He leaves, besides his parents, sev
era) brothers and slatera.
The following are registered at the
Klectrtc Hotel: J R. B"'dV,KuK?r?h9n
O. Harmon and wife. The Dalles; John
Ellsworth and wife, Portland; J. W.
Asplound. Portland; M. O. Oareson
Portland; Mllea Mclntyre, Orants
Pass; K. U Palfrey. Molalla; Mr and
Mrs C. W. Doyer, SL Paul, Minn..
D P. Thuft. Albany; Theodore Weber,
A. D. Irish. City; W. R. Slovef, Mo
Irlla; W. Churchill; B. R. Lea, Canby;
Oeorge Jenklna, George Webb, San,
Frnnclsco; I. Hudson, Jr.
IBIG ROAD IEET1IIG tjC01)!CIL' TO CONSIDER
TO BE HELD TONIGHT
The Eaat Side Capital Highway Aa-
aoclatlon will meet thia evening at
Mount Pleaaant. Several prominent
HieaKera new pruimiivu iv m
, t I .1 , at.An inn
explain what the proposed highway
will mean to the county and atato. Tha
Oregon City delegation will leave the
Commercial Club In automobllee at
7 o'clock. All cltlnena interested ar
Invited to attend the meeting.
EDMUND VANCE COOKE
PLEASES BIG AUDIENCE
Edmund Vance Cooke delighted a
large audience Thursday evening at
the First ilaDtiat church In the first
entertainment of a aeriea to be given
here thla winter. Mr. Cooke, who Is
a lecturer and author, gave Intereattng
Imneraonatlons ana keDl ma auaience
in an UDroar of laughter. Never waa I
a more pleasing entertainment given
i, this olfv. and. If Mr. Cooke'a work
can be taken as an Index of what la
to follow, the residents or thla cny
have a rare treat in atore. Hla mlm
iniin r.1 a hahv and narenta In what
should have been "the atllle night," aa
Percy Basye Shelly expressed u, nui
tar from that, waa fine. Mr.
Cooke I a natural mimic, and hla en
tertainment was amusing tnrougnoui.
The next attraction will be the Royal
English (Ilea Slngera and Hell Ring-
era, October 30. The Shlvely opera
house probably will be engaged lor
GRAND THEATRE IS
Charlea Schram, proprietor of the
frand Theatre la having the atage of
the playhouse moved hack several
feet to make room for 100 more aeats.
The addition will give the house a
seating capacity of 300. Mr. Schram
was forced to enlarge the Beating
capacity of the theatre beoause of the
in ornurHa Hrnrea of natrona were
turned away and many were forced to
stand at recent performances. Mr.
Schram haa arranged for several of
the finest fllme to be obtained this
winter, and It la hla desire to make
the audience as comfortable as possi
ble. JUNIORS ELECT OFFICERS.
John Damback Namad President Of
High. School Claaa.
The junior claaa of tbe Oregon City
High School elected the following
officers Thursday: John Damback,
president; Leonard Williams, secre
tary; Mary Barber, vice-prealdent:
Shelby Shaver, aergeant-at-arma. and
Albert Frederick, treasurer. It Is con
temolated having a High School party
In honor of tha freshmen.
Read th Morning JCr-'eTprlao.
At the regular meeting of the City
Council tonight a resolution provid
ing for the appointment of a commit
tee of seven to revise the-charter to
provide for the Commission form of
government will be Introduced. Mayor
Brownell will name the committee,
and It la expected that the revtaed
charter will provide for the appoint
ment of three commissioners to man
age the affairs of the city. The com
missioners will be paid salaries. The
present plan la to call a special elec
tion to vote upon the new scheme of
government. All citizens are Invited
to attend the meeting tonight and give
On lheWar Path
(How Bobble Defended thi
Cabin from tho Indiana.)
The Latest Fashions
in Hair Dressing at
the French Capital
(Special for thi Ladia.)
How Algy Captured
A Wild Man
The Aastln Flood Dis
aster will not be shown
The G 'and
ORPHANS (3 reels)
GROUNDS TOO SOGQY FOR CON
TEST BETWEEN NEW YORK
PHILADELPHIA PLAYER BEREAVED
Oldring'a 8eter Diea And He May Ba
Replaced In Center By
Struck, Who Haa
PHILADELPHIA. OcL 19. (Spec
ial.) Rain today caused another poat
pouemeni of the playing of tha fourth
game between Philadelphia and New
York for the world'a baseball cham
pionship. The grounds were In a soggy
condition, and aa a tight rain waa fall
ingg, the umpires called up the mem
bers of the National Commission in
New York and Informed them of con
ditions. It waa decided to call off the
game for today, and it will be played
here tomorrow if weather conditions
j When the - postponement wa-a n-
nouncea mere were nearly i.uuw ier
sons aroundSh,lbe Park, hoping that
the rain would' cease and that the
game would be played.
Death haa entered the family of one
of the Philadelphia playera, but It will
not break up the combination. Reuben
O. Oldring, the Philadelphia center
fielder, waa notified today that hla sis
tor, Lillian, bad died last night In
Mount Vernon, N Y She had been 111
in Jiilv. and tha announcement of
1 her death waa not unexpected, but at
the same time It waa a anoca 10 mm.
"My flrat Impulse waa to jump to
New York." said Oldrin today, "but
considering the matter calmly I have
decided to atick to the team I( may
aeem strange for me to play baaebali
win, m alater dead, but I can do her
no good now, and at this critical stage
of the world a aeriea I reei.i naa oei
ter remain with the team."
Oldring will go to New York today,
and expects to be back for tomorrow's
game. - - "
In case Oldring decides later not to
play-In one or any of the games,
Strunk will play in nia place, tsiruu
Is a good substitute. Ho played in
fr.nr nf tha world'a aeriea aamea last
year, making Ave hlta and acorlng two
rune, hla batting average Deing
WACHENO COUNCIL TO
The Wacheno Council No. 21, De
gree of Pocahontas met In the wig
wam at Knapp'a hall Wedueaday eve
ning. There was a large attendance.
Several candidates were Initiated,
among -them being Sheriff Mass, who
displayed much bravery ,n going
through the initiatory exerclaea. Kl
wanda Council No. 11, of Portland,
made an oftlcial viait, having come
to extend an Invitation to the Oregon
City officera and degree team to Init
iate a class of pale faces In November
In Portland. Among the candldatea
for initiation will be. nr. Theodore
Fessler, great - aacbem of Oregon,
which la considered an honor by the
Oregon City CounclL
Among the visitors Wednesday eve
ning was George Orton, representa
tive of the United Statea Great Coun
cil of Improved Order of Red Men,
who gave an excellent talk on the
work af the order and complimented
the Wacheno Council for the excel
lent floor work, atatlne that be had
visited all of the orders of mis kind
In tne state, but the local council had
the best floor work in the state. There
were other talka by membera of the
Portland ' lodge.
Among the business transacted were
the arrangements for the grand ball
to be given by the Degree team ot
Pocahontas at Busch Hall, November
i ii. The appointment of tne commit
tees for the dance waa poatponed until
tne next regular meeting to be held
early In November.
After the business session tne en
tertainment committee - Invited the
members and the guesta Into tbe ban
quet room, where refresh menta were
The entertainment committee
was Mra. Walter Symea, Mrs. Jessie
Burna, Mrs, Dora Hamilton, airs.
Laura Frost. Dancing waa Indulged
In until a late hour.
BABY FOUND AFTER
The disappearance of a three-year-
j v . v ii . ,1111 Mra Cun1 n
of Third and Monroe streets, caused .
the parenta much uneaameas mure
day, and for aeveral houra the mother
searched the neighborhood for the
child. Then she Informed her hus
band over the telephone at the Willa
mette Pulp & Paper Company that the
child had disappeared. The father
ruahed to the family home and tried
to trace hla little daughter, and at last
found It at the home of Mra. W. F. R.
Smith., ot 114 Washington street. The
little girl, almost exhauated, appeared
at the Smith home. Mra. Smith took
the little girl Into the house where
she was given, some bread and milk,
after which she fell asleep on a
lounge. She had Just awakened when
her parents arrived. The child, wand
ered away from home.
TEACHER OF VOICE
Graduate of Aren's Vocal Studio
New York City
210 Eiikia St PIiom 1321
BOTH COURTROOMS ON SECOND FLOOR
Tower Repaired And Partitions Have
Been Changed- Sheriff To
Have Much Larger
- Tbe work of remodeling and build
ing an addition to the Clackamas
county court house In progressing
rapidly, and Clarence Simmons, who
Is In charge, says it will, be completed
by January 1. New partitions have
been made on the second floor so as
to give additional space to all the de
partments. The old circuit court room
space has been utilized for offices,
and the new court room will be on
tb aocood .floor t the addltlonJThe
county court room which -haa been
moved to the aecond floor will be
used by the circuit court nntll the new
building la ready. '
. County Judge Beetle will, have a
private and public office adjoining the
court room. The county aurveyor will
hav two moms, a new crand Jury
room will be provided and the district
attorney ana circuit )uages wiu nave
The sheriff's office on the ground
Hoor will occupy tne space lormeriy
uaed by thla department and the coun
t rWk. and the county clerk's of
fice will be where the old county
court room and the county Judge's
office were. There will be no change
In the treasurer's and assessors of
Sraa Tha racorder will have the
nreaent oifice and a oart of the ground
flnnr nf tha addition. A laree vault for
use by the recorder and county clerk
ia being built in the addition, me
ahai-itr will naa the old vault.
It la eatlmated . that the work will
coat about $14,000. Moat ot the plast-
ari. haa hn dona on tne secoua
floor of the old building, and all of the
exterior haa been painted.
RALPH DH. HIT
Ralnh rWmlrk brother of Hon. G
n nimirk nf thla rltv. who la coa.cn
for the football team of Columbia Uni
versity In Portland, while in a prac
tice a-ame Monday was seriously In
jured In a collision. He was taken to
fit. Vincent's HosoltaL where he will
ramaln aeYaral dava. Ha waa nlay
lng with the Pacific University Alumni
against tbe varsity eleven wnen ne
waa Injured. Two ribs were broken.
Mr. Dlmlck formerly was m tackle on
tbe Notre Dame eleven. .
Patron lie our advertisers.
FRIDAY'S FISH SPECIAL
Wc catch them while
' V FRESH.
North Pole Fish Market ;
Six Per Cent Semi-Annual
, Interest Coupon Bonds.
THE CLACKAMAS SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY la now
offering to our home people Ita first mortagaaa 6 per cent aeml-annual
Interest coupon bonds, and aa tne bonae are nmnea a vmm, rn .....
oqulpmsnt and all oher work, auch aa grading and bridges, are paid
for by atock aubscriptlons, the bonds Issued by this company are flret-
These bonds are Issued In
$100. $600, $1,000,
The Clscksmaa Southern Railway Company offers the following
reasons why these bonds should be sold In Oregon:
FIRST It Is an Orsgon enterprise and owned by Oregon people.
SECOND The country traversed by this lino Is thickly popu
Isted snd haa freight and paasenger trefflo In sight lo make It tho beet
paying road In Oregon for Its lonth. .
HTHIRD The best business men and farmers n tho County are
stockholders In this road and authorized the teeue of these bonds at ths
stockholders' meeting by unanlmoua vote. ' 7 h
FOURTH These bonds draw per cent Interest and the holder
geta hla Interest twice each year.
Call on pr address, . ,
G. B. DIMICK
Sccrctorv C. S.Ry. Co.
JUDGE HAYES DECLINES TO EKTE
Mr. Andresen, Petitioned To Announce
For Office, Still Undecided
His Decision To Be
- Made Soon.
u n rtnuratta. one -of the beat
known young men In Oregon City, has -been
aaked by numerous friends to
make the race for mayor at the com
ing election. While he haa not tfven
conaent for the use of his name, jar.
Latourette's unselfish work In the past
for the Interests of the city and coun
ty Is an assurance he would become
a candidate if he felt that his services -
were needed, and the majority oi tne
.-.niaH him tn ha mavor. He
declined to make deflnlto statement
when asked If he would maae tne
race: : ,
Oregon City owes much to M. u.
ttmiratta anri the encomium Dald
him Wednesday evening at tho smok
er of tbe Commercial uiud dj j"S"
Dlmlck was none too fulsome. Among
nth.r thinn JudEe ' Dimlck declared
that tho preaent prosperous copdltiori .
of fhe commercial jiuo was
due to the efforts of Mr. Latourette,
who Is secretary of the club. He also
Is secretary ot tbeEast Side Capital
Highway Association, treasurer of Ore
gon City, asalatant cashier of the Flrat
National Bank, and a graduate of the
University of Oregon uw acnooi.
Mr. Latourette is a son ot u u.
Latourette, the well-known lawyer.
who was mayor of Oregon city two
terms. The younger man waa Instru
mental in the organization of the com
mercial Club haa given much of his
iim, tnwant ohtainlnc free locks at
th falls, the building of the Capital -Highway
through this county, and. In
fact, is one or tne mom, a. nui iu
most public-spirited citizen tn the city
. Gordon Hayes, who was urged by
scores of hla friends to make tho race
for mayor, announced Thursday that
he could not spare tho time from his
law practice to make a campaign iiw
servo the eltr ' lected. Ho said ,
that he valued highly the compliment
that had been paid him ana regreueu
exceedingly that condttlone were such
that he could ndt make the sacrifice.
Judga Hayea is a busy man, and the
duties of the mayor's office, he feels,
would be too onerous under tho cir
cumstances. There la a probability,
however, that he may agree to allow
tho uae of Ma name at another elec- .
tlon. - '
William Andresen. president of J the
city council, who has been petitioned
to become a candidate for mayor, la
still undecided. Like Judge Hayes
he realises that the work connected
with the office ia great, and ho doea
nod wish to overburden himself. Mr.
Andresen has served In the city coun
cil six years and has made an envia
ble reputation for ability, courage and
application. It la believed that he
will make" a definite announcement In
a few daya.
Black Cod and Crab.
yoa wait. THE' RE
followlng denomlnatlona, , vis.: