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The enly da"r MW1IH a
two" Portland an Salem;
lata In every eeetlen ef Cla-
mm County, wtth popaiatle af
10.000. Art you an aeVertleer f
cur Fair Saturday: e
northwesterly wind. '
...lu v 111 flat.
WEEKLY CNTCRPRI.St ESTABLISHED 1306
ps Week, 10 Cwttj
OREGON CITY, OREGON, HATU.HdXy, OCTOBER 21, 1911.
AS GIRL'S SLAYER
JOUNO CAMBRIDUB Uivin AC
CUSED OF POISONINQ FORM,
E THAT HE BOUGHT DRUG
PERPETRATED BY WAIT MP DOUGALL :
ilea Kp AH Nlght Vigil At Waca
Whr Aecud Board
Engaged Ta Marry
iuimt(jN. Oft. 8. A narrow call In
Iharlra 8irt JU tonight hohla iba
Lv Clarence Virgil Thompson Rlcbe-
..u.i,, nf lha Kmniail-
tn, tne yu".i
I impiiit Church. Cambridge, who
... arrested today for tn aiiegeu
Lr.W of AvJ Llnneli. of lloysunls.
, u whom ba bad been engaged.
b ... a... Anrmm mill.
marked a temporary and to a
fh.lu of clrcunitnoa which police
Lartlvr have followed since the
Ln.h of Mla IJnuell last Saturday by
fc.iiWl of potassium polauulug.
MM. IJnnall. wno waa nineteen
nr old and a student at tha Conser-
m A . a I
(iitory of Music, waa louna ua iu
ho bathroom of tha Young womenw
rliUn Association home here.
At first the police, believed that ahj
ud committed aulrlda but later de-
n-kipnicuU Indicated that she nad un-
.uowlngly taKen cyanlda of pottaslum
.111 her bv aoma otltat person, in m
L llcf that It would remedy her am
amusing physical condition.
Kr several day ma pome
L..i. utti nroarcaa. but Information
C 1 1 1.1. airdav that Mr. Rich-
Ln had bought cyanlda of potassium
a drugstore in Newton ia me
1.1- ... ii.fi.ta mm Mb arrest A
Coivn offlcere, headed br Superlnten-
.nt Watta. wara wrcea to mimi
n all night vigil outalda tha faahlon-
l.i. k..m. in iirnoklina of tirant sa-
iiaiKla whara tha clergyman had bean
ylnc during tha lat weg ueior-
Irhrnon waa taken Into cuatooy.
Kreaiient nulla at tha dooruella. rap
.mi .hiiiita failed to brtna any
kBoniie from thone within the houae,
nil tha police, wno ware wuuwui
Warrant, wera unwilling to mene
u. u.im.nl. la the father of Mlaa
.11. - - -
v Am mwiAm tar whoa marriage
n.i Mr Rlrheaon. on October 31. card
had Iwen laaued. Thane invitation-
are recalled today.
11 M.riw i
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tlwidelaa Tram cldeeTo tfasoland
Walk fully una ht-uJradnOO)
mile every yor. Nvr cliewa
ln'a rood . edu Tobiaco 0 nd '
loldiiiato'iavr m-ni5lK Rut
THLOPOMPUSFOSH A.B.LL0.MA0 F
5i f and
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ovwrccxy or un -
leepa In thai opam
RAIN AGAIN HALTS
TAX LEVY URGED
GIANTS ' AND ATHLETICS FAR
FROM SOCIABLE AND TROU
BLE IS FEAREP.
m'graw Makes serious charge
New York Leader. Angered By Repri
mand, Saya National Com.
mlaalon Wanta Phila
delphia To Win.
RESIDENTS OF MOUNT PLEASANT
. DISTRICT HOLD ENTHU
D1MICK CALLS ATTENTION TO WASTE
Soeakere Suggaat Improvement Of
Thoroughfare To Markete
Land Valuea Certain
PHILADELPHIA. Oct 20. (Spec
ial.) Wet ground caused tbe nation
al commlaslon to 'again postpone the
fourth game of tha world'a champion
ablp aerie between' tbe Phlladr'nhla
Atbletlca and tbe New York Glanta.
Rain fell laat night and the grounds
wera like a regular lake when tbey
were Inapected by the umpire this
TO REVISE CHARTER
MAYOR BROW NELL UPHELD IN
PLAN TO TRY COMMISSION
FORM OF GOVERNMENT.
COUNCIL UNANIMOUS E( Sl'rrUT
Btlpp, Stavene, SchuabaL Haramg,
Andreaen, Holman And Tooaa
Named Meet ' Next .
OREGON CITY AND
LINCOLN PLAY TODAY
Thr.i..k mlaiinitxratandlna tbe
Oraon flty High Brhool fotitball team
111 nut play the Jefferaon itign leem,
I... win nlav Unrnln lllah'a aecond
tiatn on Gladiilore Park field thla af
ternoon at s o clock.
The Oladatona field haa been pui
Inln fiinitltlnn for a football field and
vorvii.i,.. win ha In readiness for
the game today. The wncoin w"
wlch about 145 pound and U f
vlovi-n hlrh will make: the Oregon
(Mty tpam fight hard if ihey win. The
Oregon City team held ineir iai pr--tloe
liint night and I primed up for
tlie game. The team which .will be
uoe.l today la C. Oault. R. 0.: J. 1
tie. K. T.; Damliack. R. E.:.8heahan,
L O.; Qulnn. I T-: Rotter, U B.:
Crave, g.; Wilson. R. II. T Croaa. U
11. rauflleld. T.: Mlchela, aubatltutea,
V. lit'iiile, Waldron and Fredrick-
TO SEE PETITION
U'llll.m iniluun nmaldnnt Of tha
city council, who haa been urged to
mane the race Tor mByor, asm m
"I cannot make definite atatemenl
.....ii . ,hih t nn-
wiiiu i ape me pennon, wu....,
derRlaml la halna- circulated. Aa Boon
a It Is presented. nd I have had
tlmu m iu.ir i k l will doclde. ' i
The petition, It I Bald, 'baa baen
luiw.rf t... iknn rnnroaenta-
- r i . . . 1 1 j mi,! v vunu - " - .
live rltlxeni, and entlment ii trong
In fnvor of Mr. Andreten, making th
mn llak V.h l.aAn av mum Ua r of to
city council Big yesrf, and, Ma urged
that hla eiperienre as head of the
flniiPclul affairs of tha city and hla
crvlce ln the council mnke him
mom iiaiiirahiA man for the mayor
CARL BURGOYNE IS
SHOT WHILE HUNTING
C'nrl Hurgoyne. aon of John Bur-
goyne, of New Kra. ana iroior ui
Herman Ourgoyne, of thla city, waa
ahot and aerlously wounded while
hunting with three companlona near
New Era Friday afternoon. The young
men were alttlng on a log when Hur
goyne'a gun waa dlacharged, tha ahot
tearing the rauaclea of his left ahoul
der. He waa taken to the homa of
Joseph Hoffman, where he waa at
tended by Dr. Mount Hla father,
brothera and alster Joined him apon
after the accident. The young msn
la employed In the Southern Pacini
railroad, office In Portland.
BY SAN FRANCIS
WOODFIN PUPILS GIVE
AUTOMOBILE BIG AID
IN HUNTING RABBITS
n.u i-uivnarn ict. 20. (Spec
.i iti. uoaia walloued the Heavers
WaL. . .mr. of 12 to 4. McCre-
dle a men were never In the running
!... inasmuch as tney nave wie i--
ik.. An nnt rare. San Iran
mil wuu - . .
-i . m . in rnn niiiu. w. -
tk a in Ilie UllU a.iu
... i..v.iv Tha Reavers got one
in the fourth, one In the fifth, and two
th n nPh. Haraness nnuu
hits and nrownlng nine.
The resuhe Friday follow:
Daifla Coaat League.
San Francisco 12. Portland 4.
Los Angeles , vernon t.
Sacramento 7. Oakland 4.
W. 1 PR
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!erV"n. " in 97 .631
Han rnmuu 893
Are vou Bubat riner to the Morn
... KnterrrirjT II not you ahould call
and lot ua pu' your name on tne ui
aerlntlon llat Immediately
0. C. He
ve. LinCOLN ;H. O. 2nd
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One of the most enjoyable musical
entertalnmenU ever given In thla city
waa that on Friday evening at the
Congregational church when Oscar
Lawrence Woodftn presented thirteen
of hi puplla In a piano recital. The
auditorium of the church waa crowd
ed with frlenda and relatlvea of the
pupils and of the Inatructor. Mr
Woodfln. The deeoratlona were very
.-..i nl Krlaht rnliired autumn
n I u.uvt
leaves Intermingled with ferna and
cutflowers were used. Indian baskets
filled with marguerttea and utumn
i.. v.. Mimnleted tha decorations and
added to the beauty of ne room.
The numbera on tne program w
arranged to splendid advantage, and
were from favorite ana wen Known
composere Grieg, Chopin, Schuman,
Krogman, Beethoven and otnera.
Every one Uklng part in thla pro
gram did exceedingly well and ahowed
much musical talent, ana me msirut-
tor' deaervea great credit tor
the manner In which ne nas
Instmcted hla pupils. one ae-
nervlng tnuch credit is Miss Mamaa
.. whn haa had hut one month of
instruction and her rendition of "Eve
ning Song ', waa won received.
Mr. Woodfln rendered six selections,
Including "Wedding Day." (cradle
song). "Japanese Fan wauxe,
Nachtstuke." (Night Song), lium-
oreske," "WalUe ln D Flat." Tne lai-
... nunnnuil hv Mr. WOOQIin. auu
was well received. Mr. Woodfln haa a
bright future aa a musician, and every
number rendered by him waa ariisnc,
his technique waa perfect and Inter-
pretatlona were pleasing.
. . . ...hit n.mlla
Mr. woounn nas iimuj ni t-i"-ho
wfll appear In public at a later
date, the claas being presentee Fri
day evening were tne beginnera. vic
tor Gault actea a usner oi iui
nlng. and little Arlolgb, Reed, of Glad
atone, waa flower bearer.
The following program was bivbh.
Contentment" "A Sum
mer Moon," Violet Beaullau.
Wait. March Haxel Miner. (
At Momenta.- "Alice Faltn." Mar-
'The wnisiung ocnoom" "
"Goodnight" Gladys January.
"The DoU'e Walts" Nao:nl Arm
-Tha Fairies. "Hing iiooin biiib,
Walts Wllla Woodfln.. '
"The Robln'a Lullaby" (Duet)
Freldn Martin and Gertrude Jeremiah.
"The Cuckoo," "The Princess" (Air
de Ballet) Gertrude Jeremiah.
L. -Santa Cmus Guards," "Urauie
Song" Clyde Morreu. ..,
"Farewell to the Piano" Carrie
Cross. ' '
"Evening Song" wiaiuaa myers.
"Wedding Day," "Berceuse" (Cradle
Song), "Japanese - Fan Wait.
"Nachtstuke" (Night Song),. "Hu
moreske.' '"Walta In D Flat-Oscar
Lloyd Wllllama, Edward' Rechner
and Charlea Ely. of thla cltv, went
to Molalla Weaneaday evening. and
from there they accompanied W. O.
Vaughan and 81m Llndsey.-of Canby,
In the Vaughan automobile on a rab
bit hunt. These -men have a new
scheme In chasing the rabbits, and do
not use the dogs aa la customary. The
lighta of the automobile are used aa
a means of putting the men on the
track. When the rabblta see the glar
ing light of the macnine tney run
across the road In front and the men
ahoot them. Sim Lindsey waa me
champion of the evening, and ahot
more rabbits than the rest Although
the party remained out but a few
hours they ahot fourteen Jack rabblta
and one Cotton Tall rabbit
A movement Is on foot now to or
ganize a rabbit club and baa atarted
with five charter members, Thoae
wishing to become members may com
.,nioBi with Kim Llndsey. Canby,
nr ihu race track. . There baa
been some complaint In the way the
,.),kii. hava mnltlDlled - within the
ni.t rw veara at Molalla. and It la
planned to have them thinned out
PLANS MADE FOR SONS
OF VETERANS' CAMP
The game will be played tomorrow
afternoon provided the weather
Hons will permit.
Tha rain makea it nosslble for Math
wuin tn niton tomorrow and It la be
lieved that McGraw will send htm to
For the Athletics, Bender, the star
Indian twirler, who lost tha first game
of tbe aeries after striking out 11
Giants an4 pitcning a wonaeriui game,
la crazy to get another chance to piUu
hla team to victory, but it la thought
tnat Mack win aena in nana, using
Uenaer in tne mm game.
Tbe Atbletlca and Glanta are far
from being a aoclable party at present
and It ia feared that the next game
will develop bad blood on both sides.
MeGraw Is sore over the letter of
reprimand sent hlra by. the National
Commission,- while Fred Merkie la in
a aimilar state of mind on account of
the $100 fine which waa Imposed on
him for Improper language on the
neia last Tuesday. Baser s cuts, re-i
rolvad from Rnodrraaa' anlkes. are
hurting, with tha result that tbe Httle
Athletics" third baseman la becoming
peeved over tbe incident, while 8nod
grass la angry and disgruntled over
the chargea of "dirty ball" which are
being made against him.
Thal John J. McGraw openly aocis
el tbe National Commission of having
the world series "Oxed" in favor of
the Philadelphia Athletica during tbe
tlrada nf a him which he emitted on
the diamond ln laat Tuesday's game
here, la tne statement mane toaay ny
uan jonnaon, president ot ine Ameri
Following tbe dispatch to McGraw
by the commission of a letter warn
ing him that further unseemly conduct
on hla part would cause hla suspen
sion lor tne remainder oi ua worm
series. Johnson aaid:
"During Tuesday'a game MoGraw,
while coaching hla playera on the aide
lines, continually aaaressea remark
toward the box where the members of
the National commission were an
ting. After Merkie was called out
while trying to steal second base Mc
Graw walked over to the Glanta'
bench, calling out so the members of
the commission could hear; 'Thla la
a aure thing game Old American
league methods You alwaya wanted
200 per cent the best of It, and you
are getting it now. u is a nne ining
to have Connolly, Mack's brother-in-law,
to timolre for vou. You've fram
ed It np to rob us!'
"Connolly la not related to Mack,
ant la an eminently fair umDlre." ad
ded Johnson. "Connolly treated the
Giant aquarely ln every . game. I
called the attention of President
Lynch and Garry Herrmann, member
of the commission to McGraw'a be
havior, and they agreed wlttt me tnat
aomething should be done about It."
The umpires have been instructed
by the. commission to rule McGraw
from the field the Instant ne snows
any sln of an eruption, similar to
that of Tuesday. Commissioner Herr
mann declared today mat tne umpires
have been ordered to enforce the rules
BIO DANCE TONIGHT..
One of the social aventa of the aea
son will be the dancing party given by
Milton Price and Frank Busch, Jr., at
the Busch hall thla evening, when the
Rowker's orchestra of five pieces
from Pan Francisco, will furnish the
muslo for the dancing. .A large at
tendance I expected., '.
pntronun our auvenlaeri.
, or.,,, nf Votarnna' Camn will be
Dunn ' w
nni,.H in thla cltv Wednesday' at
ternoon and evening at wiiimu
Hall. The afternoon ana evening win
v.. A-vntA In anencn-maKina aim
wv ... . ... - ...
Tha aftnrnonn Session Will
commence at 2 o'clock ana tne eve-
. ....inn at T. Kenneth wooawara
.in tin. and Comrade-LXauchey will
spesk on "Flaits." Mr. Dauchey haa
the largest collection of Confederate
flags in the state, having obtained
them at Washington, D. C. Comrade
j a. Roman will talk on "Picket
m rnmrada Clyde on "Battles,1
and Comrade Ockley, "Camp Duty in
ii.. Armv " In the evenlne the All-
nnariire itrothera' Quartet will render
avnrai musical selections, and iHon
n n nmlr-k will aDcak. Miss Eula
Schnebel will recite and Mayor George
n nmwnall will deliver an address.
V. -"----- .
There is no doubt as to the organise
i,.n havlna- a large membership, as
the movement haa been on foot tor
aome time and many have signified
their Intention of becoming members
DAUGHTERS OF KINO MEET.
preparations Msde For Big Bazaar To
B Held December 9.
The Daughters of the King of the
et ranl'a tfntsconal church met at the
home of Mrs. Robert Goodfellow, the
hostess being Mrs. A. L. Morris. The
aftamonn waa devoted to sewing pre-
for the bazaar to be given
December &. Refreshments were serv
ed. Tbe next meeting will be held on
Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs
wl A. Rhewman. . i .
Present were Mrs. w. A. Bhewman,
Mrs. J. J- Tobln, Mra, A. L. Beetle,
Mrs. 11. 8. Moody. Mrs. C. G. Huntley,
Mr. Theodore Clark, Mra. Arthur
Warner, Mra. Edward Schwab, Mra
Theodore Osmond, Mrs. E. T. Fielda,
Mts. R. J. Goodfellow, Miss M. L
tiolmes, Miss Elizabeth Roos.
More than 100 realdenta of tbe
Mount Pleasant neighborhood at a
meeting' held Friday night under tbe
auspice of tbe East Bide Capital
irfirhwav Aaanclatlon voted lor A res
olution providing for a special tax levy
tn be used in ouiiaing roaaa. mere
waa not a dissenting voice, as nas
been tbe case In other sections of tbe
T ha attandancaL vu una nr me 1XK-
est at any ot the meetinga held by the
association, and all present were en
thusiastic over the prospect of .the
countv aoon having much better
thoroughfare. Addresses were made
by G. E. Dimlck, member of the Capi
tal uiffhwav Commission: Gordon E.
Hayea, J. F. Kertchem, George La-
zelle, Tom Llndaey, C. Thomaa, 8. O
miimin w v. Vonnr. J. M. Warnock
Grant Criteser, Lou Phiester and Wil
D.nnl. Una rv Work.
Tnitn nimlrlc declared that the best
..uiii In the .countr were In the
anrinrwater district where the money
had been raised by aasessmenta. He
.rtari that these roada ahould fur
nlsb an example for the rest or tne
"The people must depend upon their
own resources In building roada." aaid
the apeaker.- "Yon cannot expect the
county to assist, except to give Its
district its proportion of the-general
levy. Good roada bring the market
.closer and enhance the value or tne
land. The only way to build tnem ia
to ralaa-the money and go to work.
At least one-third ot tne money na
been wasted ln building roada la many
dirt roada ahould be built high In the
center with the best possible draln-
Ti mnrh nalna cannot be taken
tn building the macadam roada. The
common farm travel doea not hurt the
, v.nrn.,.vr.r. It la known that wood
wagons in on district did $10,000 dam
age In a abort period. We ahould bear
in mind that speculators anu niunr
vh.n there are rood roada, good
.hnnia and the neoDle are nroaperoua.
We should work for the Improvement
of the thorougbTaree to me maraei.
Judge Hayea declarea that the way
imnntM land valuea waa to lm-
niviva tha land and the roads. He sals
h. n.rk.maa county virtually
i. ... 4nf.n anil It could be built
III Bla U .
up only through thrift. Industry ana
u.u. I aurfa Firmtn.
"The farmers are the backbone of
the country." declared the speaker,
and much of tha work rest with
them. Good public schools and good
roads will make thla one of the great
est countlea In any atate. Peraona
who own ten or twenty acre farms
n, .it. miinc.ll. at a meeting Fri
day night by a unanlmou vote adopt- ;
ed tbe auggestlon of Mayor BrowneU
that a committee of aeven be appoint
ed to revise the city charter to pro
vide for a. commission ionn oi .
ment. The following men auggeated
for membership b- the mayor were
unanimously approvea oy mecou.iv....
. Uvy SUPP, H. U. lvea, v. ""
w-i r i unimm. s. 1. Tooze. George
Ar-Harding aad William Andreaen.
A meeting oi tne couiiuiujm
been called for next Thursday evening
at the office of Mr. Stipp when an or- (
ganiiaUon will be" effected and the
work started. a
waa tha unanimity of
sentiment regarding giving the pro
posed change a tnai among i
bera of the council and .the citizens .
Mayor Outlinee Plan. t
in bringing tbe matter before the
council Mayor BrowneU aaid that
there had been mora or leaa
factlon with the present charter and
It waa believed that with a commie
alon form ot government better re
suits could be obtained. He declare
that the plan haa oeen
wherever It bad been inea, -
eonldent it would be so m u. j.
Mayor BrowneU was one of the Brat
to auggest a commission form of gov- -emment
here, and he haa been active
... . v T ..... kafnr. lh. Till fV
in getuna mo iumi.i -
lie. . . ...
"I feel confident tnat we comm.
aion form would be a success here.
said George Randall wno was ui.
to give bla viewa. "While the govern
ment la satisfactory at present we -
should rot overlook an opporunj w
Improve It" .lit-.
"The charter nas uiauy
featwrevev-," T. J. Toose , aw
Improvements can be made. Other
clUea find the commission form of gov-
ernment satisfactory, ana i
would prove bo here. - We ahould pro
vide a meana of aaving eery dollar
possible to the taxpayer. Everything
that la goon in me om vu
be retained in the revised one. The
people ahould nave a
the charter before they are called
upon to vote upon it ',
Stevena Favore vnann.
H a Stevena aaid that he favored
the commlaaloa form of government
and that tbe-charter ahould be re
vised as aoon aa possible. He opposed
a plan auggeated by Councilman
Mlchela that the the matter of naming
a committee to revise the charter be
voted upon at tbe coming election,
declaring that It would be confualng.
3 w. Molfatt aaid that the water
board and county court furnished an
Illustration ot what could be expected
of a commission government He
thought the present government a
(Continued on page two.)
. (Continued on page 8.)
COMSTOCK FUNERAL HELD.
Servlcea Ar Attended By Many Mam-
nera or i. u. u. r.
TVi. ri.nof-nl QAFvloea of the late
FY.nk n rnm.tork. who died at bla
home at Willamette Wednesday, were
held Friday arternoon ajz ocioca at
the Holman undertaking parlors, Rev.
E. F. Zimmerman, pastor of the M. E.
church, officiating. The deceased was
a member of the I. O. O. r. oraer ana
many of the membera attended tne
services. The Interment waa In the
I. O. O. F. cemetery at Monntaln View.
Mr. Comatock was aoout iiny years
nt maa and raoontl arrived with
his family at Willamette from Denver,
Col. He IB survived Dy nis wiuow auu
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Thirty Gallons v
Cartis Jersey Dairy
TEACHER Or VOICK
Graduaie of Aren't Vocal Studio .
New York City '
21 tKMk . - yrtal 1321
Six Per Cent Semi-Rnnual
interest Coupon Bonds.
THE CLACKAMAS SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY Is now
offering to our home people ite ft rat morUgage 6 p.r cent e.ml-annual
Interest coupon bond, and aa th. bond, .re limited to tlea. ralla and
equipment and all other work, euch aa grading and bridgea, era paid
for by atock aubacrlptlona, the bonda lued by thla company are flrat
ClaM.' ' , ; ' j ' '
Tha bond, are laaued in tha following denomlnatlona, vlx.:
Hoc $600, $i,ooa " , '
The Clackamae Southern . RaMway Company offer the following
reason why the bond ahould behold In Oreaons
FIRST It Is an Oregon enurprl and owned by Oregon peopl.
SECOND Tha country travrad by thla line ia thickly popu
lated and haa fr.lght and pangr traffic In alght to mak It the beet
paying road in Oregon for Ita lenth. ' i . . ' '.
' " . THIRD Tha beat buln men and.,farmer n the County arc
tocknoldera In thla read and authored tha la.u of thaw bond at th
stockholder' meeting by unanlmoua vote,
FOURTH Thee bonds draw f per cent Interest and the holdr
geta hla Interest twice each yar. . , . , ..,..,;,,(
: Call on or addreea, l , (. ' ' - '').
G. B. DIMICK
, Secretory C. S. Rv-Co.